stem cells in their environment

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vasiliki salameti




PhD student


•  MSc in Genomic Medicine at King’s College London (2017)

•  BSc in Biomedical Science at University of Kent (2013)

research project title

'Transcriptional and methylation profiling of adult skin keratinocytes upon aging'

core expertise

•  Gene expression

•  Bioinformatics

•  Cell culture


•  'Distinct Fibroblast Lineages Give Rise to NG2+ Pericyte Populations in Mouse Skin Development and Repair.' Goss G, Rognoni E, Salameti V, Watt FM.Front Cell Dev Biol. 2021 May 28;9:675080. doi: 10.3389/fcell.2021.675080. eCollection 2021.PMID: 34124060 Free PMC article.

•  'Plating human iPSC lines on micropatterned substrates reveals role for ITGB1 nsSNV in endoderm formation.' Vickers A, Tewary M, Laddach A, Poletti M, Salameti V, Fraternali F, Danovi D, Watt FM. Stem Cell Reports. 2021 Nov 9;16(11):2628-2641. doi: 10.1016/j.stemcr.2021.09.017. Epub 2021 Oct 21.PMID: 34678211 Free PMC article.

•  ‘NOTCH1 signaling in oral squamous cell carcinoma via a TEL2/SERPINE1 axis’. Salameti V., Bhosale P., Ames-Draycott A., Sipilä K. and Watt F. M. (2019) Oncotarget cover issue 63. PMID: 31827722 [PubMed]

•  ‘Patterning of human epidermal stem cells on undulating elastomer substrates reflects differences in cell stiffness’. Mobasseri S. A., Zijl S., Salameti V., Walko G., Stannard A., Garcia-Manyes S. and Watt F.M. (2019). Acta Biomaterialia vol 87 PMID: 30710711 [PubMed]