Prof Qing-Jun Meng MD, PhD


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Student Theses

  1. 2022
  2. Utilising temperature entrainment mechanisms to boost musculoskeletal circadian clocks: Implications for tissue degeneration and repair

    Author: Gonçalves, C., 20 Jun 2022

    Supervisor: Meng, Q. (Main Supervisor), Rattray, M. (Supervisor) & Hoyland, J. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  3. Biological rhythms in the intervertebral disc: Implications for homeostasis and degeneration.

    Author: Morris, H., 2022

    Supervisor: Hoyland, J. (Main Supervisor) & Meng, Q. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  4. 2021
  5. 2019
  6. Using proteomics to analyse how ageing and senescence affect tissue mechanics and mechanotransduction

    Author: Mallikarjun, V., 1 Aug 2019

    Supervisor: Meng, Q. (Supervisor) & Swift, J. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  7. 2018
  8. The role of the extracellular matrix in regulating the mammary circadian clock

    Author: Williams, J., 1 Aug 2018

    Supervisor: Streuli, C. (Supervisor) & Meng, Q. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd

  9. 2013
  10. Circadian clocks in articular cartilage and osteoarthritis

    Author: Gossan, N., 2013

    Supervisor: Meng, Q. (Supervisor) & Boot-Handford, R. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd