Professor David Hay

We are delighted to announce that Professor David Hay (Group Leader and Professor of Tissue Engineering, University of Edinburgh) will give a keynote presentation within the "Exploring New Trends in Stem Cell Research Session" at ACTC Cambridge.

David has worked in the field of stem cell biology and differentiation for over fifteen years. David and his team have highlighted the important role that pluripotent stem cells have to play in modelling human liver biology ‘in a dish’ and supporting failing liver function in vivo. The impact of this work has led to a number of peer reviewed publications, regular appearances at high profile conferences and three start-up companies.

Brief Biography

  • Group leader of the Pluripotent Stem Cell Hepatocyte Development team
  • Expert in hepatocyte differentiation and in vitro modelling
  • Over 10 years experience in pluripotent stem cell biology
  • Experience of spin-out company formation
  • PhD 2000 and BSc (Hons) 1996, University of St Andrews, UK

2017 Publications

Erratum to: Modelling foetal exposure to maternal smoking using hepatoblasts from pluripotent stem cells.Lucendo-Villarin, Baltasar, Filis Panagiotis, Swortwood Madeleine J., Huestis Marilyn A., Meseguer-Ripolles Jose, Cameron Kate, Iredale John P., O'Shaughnessy Peter J., Fowler Paul A., and Hay David C. , Arch Toxicol, 2017 Oct 03, (2017)
A Drug-Induced Hybrid Electrospun Poly-Capro-Lactone: Cell-Derived Extracellular Matrix Scaffold for Liver Tissue Engineering.Grant, Rhiannon, Hay David C., and Callanan Anthony , Tissue Eng Part A, 2017 Jul, Volume 23, Issue 13-14, p.650-662, (2017)
Modelling foetal exposure to maternal smoking using hepatoblasts from pluripotent stem cells.Lucendo-Villarin, Baltasar, Filis Panagiotis, Swortwood Madeleine J., Huestis Marilyn A., Meseguer-Ripolles Jose, Cameron Kate, Iredale John P., O'Shaughnesy Peter J., Fowler Paul A., and Hay David C. , Arch Toxicol, 2017 May 16, (2017)
Mechanistic evaluation of primary human hepatocyte culture using global proteomic analysis reveals a selective dedifferentiation profile.Heslop, James A., Rowe Cliff, Walsh Joanne, Sison-Young Rowena, Jenkins Roz, Kamalian Laleh, Kia Richard, Hay David C., Jones Robert P., Malik Hassan Z., et al. , Arch Toxicol, 2017 Jan, Volume 91, Issue 1, p.439-452, (2017)
Stem cell-derived models to improve mechanistic understanding and prediction of human drug-induced liver injury.Goldring, Christopher, Antoine Daniel J., Bonner Frank, Crozier Jonathan, Denning Chris, Fontana Robert J., Hanley Neil A., Hay David C., Ingelman-Sundberg Magnus, Juhila Satu, et al. , Hepatology, 2017 Feb, Volume 65, Issue 2, p.710-721, (2017)
Defined and Scalable Generation of Hepatocyte-like Cells from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells.Wang, Yu, Alhaque Sharmin, Cameron Kate, Meseguer-Ripolles Jose, Lucendo-Villarin Baltasar, Rashidi Hassan, and Hay David C. , J Vis Exp, 2017 Mar 02, Issue 121, (2017)

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