My research area focused on corneal bioengineering, bioink development and investigations on etiology of corneal diseases. Our research has identified key pathways involved in keratoconus, two novel bioink for corneal wound healing and a medical device for treating corneal ulceration and perforation. Our research team is continually working on finding the causes of corneal diseases, developing novel interventions to prevent and treat blindness.
I am based at Save Sight Institute, University of Sydney. I am also the co-founder of Australia Corneal Bioengineering Working Group; member of the University of Wollongong 3D printing work shop, and working committee member of ANZ Human Eye Cell Atlas Consortium.