Carl Sheridan

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Carl Sheridan is the Senior Lecturer in Ocular cell transplantation at the University of Liverpool, UK. He has a history of studying ocular wound healing both in the anterior and posterior segments of the eye which he has pursued since the 1990s when being as a Ph.D. student while studying RPE cell dedifferentiation and extracellular matrix interactions with respect to retinal wound healing. During this time, he has seen their understanding of retina cell biology evolve and indeed has made significant contribution to this evolution and understanding. Presently, he is studying the mechanisms by which both adult and stem cells in the eye differentiate and how they may have a role in replacement, repair, and regeneration therapies. To pursue this research, he works closely with clinical engineers to bring cross-discipline approaches to ocular disease.

Biography Updated on 16 February 2011

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