A/Pr David Nisbet

Australian National University


In the Nisbet lab we conduct applied research that sits at the interface between biology and nanotechnology, developing biomaterials to explore both fundamental biological processes and new applications in regenerative medicine. Our research spans broad applications for biomaterials including cell transplantation, organs on a chip, drug delivery and screening, gene therapy, advanced biocompatible and antimicrobial coatings. Such capabilities allow us to tackle several biological problems including neurodegenerative diseases, bone tissue engineering, cancer and infection.

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Academic Publications: 89

January 1, 2006

Morphology and gelation of thermosensitive xyloglucan hydrogels

January 1, 2008

Characterization of neural stem cells on electrospun poly ($ɛ$-caprolactone) submicron scaffolds: evaluating their potential in neural tissue engineering

January 1, 2008

David Nisbet and John Forsythe say nanomaterials can ease spinal cord damage

January 1, 2015

Probing the Interfacial Structure of Bilayer Plasma Polymer Films via Neutron Reflectometry

January 1, 2016

Controlling integrin-based adhesion to a degradable electrospun fibre scaffold via SI-ATRP

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