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Research interests

Regenerative Medicine, particularly in the following areas:

-Stem Cells

-Tissue Engineering


-Cellular Therapy

-Drug Delivery

-Advanced Biomaterials



Dr. Hadi Hajiali is a dynamic Research Fellow at the Healthcare Technologies Institute, Institute of Translational Medicine, University of Birmingham. With a strong commitment to advancing regenerative medicine, he has joined Prof. Alicia El Haj's esteemed group, driving forward translational projects poised to make a real impact in clinical settings. In this role, Dr. Hajiali conducts and supervises research in the field of cell engineering and nano/biomaterials with a specific focus on translation to regenerative medicine. In addition to his research pursuits, He is deeply committed to mentorship and education. He actively contributes to the training and supervision of both undergraduate and postgraduate students, sharing his expertise and guiding the next generation of scientists. 

With a rich academic background, Dr. Hajiali earned his PhD in Bioengineering (Bionanotechnology) from the University of Genoa and the Italian Institute of Technology in 2017. He further honed his expertise at Harvard Medical School in 2016, delving into cutting-edge bionanotechnology and tissue engineering. As a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Division of Regenerative Medicine and Cellular Therapies at the University of Nottingham (2017-2021), he made significant contributions to numerous research projects. His work has been recognized through multiple publications in esteemed journals, showcasing his expertise in regenerative medicine. His research interests lie at the intersection of tissue engineering, stem cell technologies, and advanced nanostructured biomaterials. He is a forward-thinking researcher with a proven track record of success in regenerative medicine.




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