Publications and Presentations

Journal articles

Combining in silico and in vitro models to inform cell seeding strategies in tissue engineering R. Coy, G. Al-Badri, C. Kayal, C. O’Rourke, P. Kingham, J. Phillips, R. J. Shipley (2020) Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Validation of Patient-Specific Cerebral Blood Flow Simulation Using Transcranial Doppler Measurements D. Groen, R. A. Richardson, R. Coy, U. D. Schiller, H. Chandrashekar, F. Robertson and P. V. Coveney (2018) Frontiers in Physiology

The counterbend dynamics of cross-linked filament bundles and flagella R. Coy and H. Gadêlha (2017) Journal of the Royal Society Interface

An integrated theoretical-experimental approach to accelerate translational tissue engineering R.H. Coy, O.R. Evans, J.B. Phillips & R.J. Shipley (2016) Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine


Conference talks

TERMIS World Congress 2018 (Kyoto, Japan): Modelling Cell Survival and VEGF Gradients in Engineered Tissue Using a Joint Theoretical-Experimental Approach.

Tissue and Cell Engineering Society Annual Meeting 2018 (Keele University, UK): A mathematical model to investigate the impact of seeded cell densities and distributions upon VEGF gradients and cell survival in engineered tissue.

15th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 2018 (Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, Portugal): A parameterised cell-solute model to aid peripheral nerve construct design.

6th Vienna Symposium on Surgery of Peripheral Nerves 2017 in Vienna, Austria: A mathematical model to inform the design of peripheral nerve repair constructs.

Tissue and Cell Engineering Society Annual Meeting 2016 (University College London, UK): A mathematical model informed by in vitro experiments to advance engineered nerve repair construct design.

European Chapter Meeting of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society 2016 (Uppsala, Sweden): A joint theoretical-experimental approach to investigate the effects of low oxygen environments upon therapeutic cell viability and VEGF production.


Presenting my work at STEM for BRITAIN, 2018

Presenting my work at STEM for BRITAIN, 2018

Conference poster presentations

STEM for BRITAIN poster competition 2018 (Houses of Parliament, London, UK): A combined mathematical-experimental approach to nerve repair.

Tissue and Cell Engineering Society Annual Meeting 2017 (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK): A mathematical model to predict viable cell density in tissue engineered constructs.

European Chapter Meeting of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society 2017 (Davos, Switzerland):A combined theoretical and experimental strategy to inform the choice of cell density in engineered tissue constructs to maximise therapeutic cell survival.

Tissue and Cell Engineering Society Annual Meeting 2015 (University of Southampton, UK): A mathematical model with the capacity to direct and accelerate the design of cellular peripheral nerve repair conduits.