We are making ground-breaking advancements in the field of wound healing and skin health through our team's pioneering research.
Our breakthroughs have uncovered the remarkable potential of Arginase 1, a protein that facilitates the healing of age-related vaginal injuries. This finding holds promise for the development of innovative treatments that not only expedite the healing process, but also minimise the chances of complications following pelvic organ prolapse surgery.
We have uncovered the pivotal role played by naturally occurring metals in the body in the intricate process of wound healing. This exciting revelation opens up a world of possibilities for harnessing these metals to enhance skin repair and regeneration.
In our pursuit of better therapies, we have harnessed the power of one-time negative pressure wound therapy, a vacuum-based treatment that enhances healing. This non-invasive approach could revolutionise wound care and improve patient outcomes.
Additionally, we have pioneered a novel method similar to ELISA, a commonly used lab test, to detect bacteria. Our ground-breaking technique involves strategically immobilising bacteria onto specific spots in a test plate, enabling precise and efficient detection. This breakthrough in bacterial detection can revolutionise diagnostics and treatment of infections.
Our focus lies in unravelling the intricacies of skin repair and wound healing at the cellular and molecular level. Through our cutting-edge research, we aim to uncover effective strategies to bolster these natural processes, ensuring optimal recovery and restoration of skin health.