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Research interests

Our lab is interested in the processes of tissue repair and regeneration and in modelling different aspects of human cardiovascular disease. We are particularly interested in the inflammatory response to tissue injury and the roles this may play in promoting regeneration of damaged organs. The inflammatory response to an acute or ischaemic injury (such as a myocardial infarction) is an inevitable and necessary part of the repair process but directly drives subsequent fibrosis and scar formation in mammals. We use zebrafish to study how tissue regeneration occurs in this vertebrate model system with a particular interest in their ability to remove deposited scar tissue. 

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Research Output

  • 18 Article (Academic Journal)
  • 2 Comment/debate (Academic Journal)
  • 2 Review article (Academic Journal)

A population of injury-responsive lymphoid cells expresses mpeg1.1 in the adult zebrafish heart

Moyse, B. R. & Richardson, R., 1 Aug 2020, In : ImmunoHorizons. 4, 8, p. 464-474 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

Open Access
  • 8 Downloads (Pure)

    Zebrafish cardiac regeneration – looking beyond cardiomyocytes to a complex microenvironment

    Ryan, R., Moyse, B. R. & Richardson, R. J., 14 Sep 2020, In : Histochemistry and Cell Biology. (2020), 16 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article (Academic Journal)

    Open Access
  • Artificial cell membrane binding thrombin constructs drive in situ fibrin hydrogel formation

    Deller, R. C., Richardson, T., Richardson, R., Bevan, L., Zampetakis, I., Scarpa, F. & Perriman, A. W., 23 Apr 2019, In : Nature Communications. 10, 10 p., 1887.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

    Open Access
  • 6 Citations (Scopus)
    251 Downloads (Pure)

    Supervised Work

    Exploring the In Vivo Dynamics of Endogenous Cardiovascular Extracellular Vesicles using Zebrafish

    Author: Scott, A., 6 Nov 2018

    Supervisor: Richardson, R. (Supervisor), Martin, P. (Supervisor) & Emanueli, C. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Master's ThesisMaster of Science (MSc)