Investigating human keratinocyte stem cells and their microenvironmental niche [ 2013 - 2016 ]

Also known as: Interactions of skin stem cells with their microenvironment

Research Grant

[Cite as]

Researchers: A/Pr Pritinder Kaur (Principal investigator) ,  Prof George Cotsarelis

Brief description The stem cells in the outer protective layers of the epithelium of the skin (keratinocyte stem cells), possess an intrinsically high capability to regenerate tissue. However, this tissue regenerative ability can be enhanced by interactions with microenvironmental elements i.e. connective tissue cells and proteins. This study seeks to investigate specific keratinocyte-microenvironment interactions which will ultimately be used to improve current methods for generating skin tissue for burns patients.

Funding Amount $AUD 570,928.77

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

Click to explore relationships graph
Viewed: [[ro.stat.viewed]]