The State Key Lab of
High Performance Ceramics and Superfine Microstructure
Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Optimising surface charge on hydroxyapetite coatings to promote mesenchymal stem cell development
Speaker：Pro. David R Haynes
(University of Adelaide)
Professor David R Haynes is Deputy Head of the School of Medicine, University of Adelaide. He has published well over 100 publications in respected peer reviewed journals. Over the past two decades he has developed a respected international reputation in the fields of bone pathologies, biomaterials and inflammation. Over the past decade he has been President and Secretary of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Orthopaedic Research (www.ANZORS.org.au). In these roles he has help organise more than 5 national and 3 international meetings. Associate Professor Haynes has been chief investigator on more than 17 successful major national and international grants (NH&MRC, European Union Framework 7 and ARC) grants since the early 1990’s as well as several commercially funded studies on pharmacological regulation of inflammatory cytokines, pathogenic bone loss and implant loosening. He also makes a significant contribution to the training of medical students (MBBS), Health Science students and Nursing students in the Faculty of Health Sciences.