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Dr Carl Sheridan PhD

Senior Lecturer in Ocular Cell Transplantation Eye & Vision Sciences


Personal Statement

I am an internationally renowned cell biologist with research experience in ocular cell biology since 1991. My areas of focus have centered on ocular wound healing and cell transplantation research with published papers concerning the ocular surface, cornea, outflow pathway as well as retinal pathologies. I have published and reviewed for almost all Ophthalmology scientific journals and as well as delivering invited Keynote lectures. I have organised and chaired sessions at international Ophthalmology and regenerative medicine conferences. I have a keen interest in both tissue engineering and regenerative medicine approaches to prevent and restore sight loss and is passionate about cross discipline research to achieving this goal.
Currently we are developing new treatments for Glaucoma, proliferative vitroretinopathy (PVR) and Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) with a multi-discipline team with expertise in the following

Ophthalmology, Biomedical Science, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Bioinformatics, Biomaterials, Stem cells, Ocular pathology, Bioreactors

Positions are available for highly motivated self-funded PhD studentships (UK/EU/International applications are all welcome). Assistance with all grant applications for funding can be given.

Prizes or Honours

  • Dr Yamini Krishna received a “Highly Recommended" at the House of Commons (Top Younger Scientists, Engineers and Technologists (SET) ceremony at the House of Commons, 2006)
  • Roy Mapstone prize (Mersey Deanary- Ophthalmology, 2001)
  • Mapstone Research Workshop, Liverpool, UK (Prize, 1997)

Funded Fellowships

  • International Glaucoma Association Fellowship (International Glaucoma Association, 2011)