Prof Enrique AmayaBSc, PhD

Healing Foundation Professor

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Student Theses

  1. 2018
  2. Spinal Cord Regeneration in Xenopus tropicalis: General Principles and the Role of Foxm1

    Author: Pelzer, D., 1 Aug 2018

    Supervisor: Rattray, (Supervisor), Amaya, (Supervisor) & Dorey, (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  3. 2015
  4. The Role of Reactive Oxygen Species during Early Embryogenesis of Xenopus laevis

    Author: Han, Y., 31 Dec 2015

    Supervisor: Amaya, E. (Supervisor) & Mace, K. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  5. 2013
  6. the role of thymosin beta4 during embryonic wound healing and tail regeneration in Xenopus

    Author: Zhao, Y., 31 Dec 2013

    Supervisor: Amaya, E. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  7. The Role of Thymosin β4 during Embryonic Wound Healing and Tail Regeneration in Xenopus

    Author: Zhao, Y., 31 Dec 2013

    Supervisor: Amaya, E. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  8. An Investigation on the Modulation of Signalling Transduction Pathways during Early Xenopus Development

    Author: Zhang, S., 1 Aug 2013

    Supervisor: Amaya, E. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  9. An Investigation on the Role and Regulation of Signal Transduction Pathways during Embryonic Wound Healing

    Author: Li, J., 1 Aug 2013

    Supervisor: Amaya, E. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd