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The University of Southampton
Micro and Nano Therapies

Mr David Angell 

Undergraduate student

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Project title: Model of a Urinary System

David is a 4th year undergraduate studying for an MEng in Mechanical Engineering with Biomedical Engineering. He worked previously with part of the Bone & Joint Research group as part of his 3rd year individual project, studying how microbubbles could be used to deliver bone repairing drugs. He has a strong interest in how engineering can be applied to push the boundaries of medical technology and has now joined the Micro and Nano Therapies group for his Group Design Project, focusing on developing a working model of the urinary system to be used to test urological devices.


Research interests

IP Project 2017-18 (Supervisors: Dr Nicholas Evans & Dr Dario Carugo)

Microbubbles for bone delivery & repair


GDP Project 2018-19 (Supervisor: Dr Dario Carugo)

An artificial model of the urinary system as a platform to test the mechanical performance of urological devices: an experimental and computational study

Research group

Bioengineering Science

Mr David Angell
Micro and Nano Therapies (MiNaTher),
Bioengineering Science Research Group,
Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences,
University of Southampton Highfield Campus,
Southampton, SO171BJ, UK
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