Dr Rachael Moses
My PhD and postdoctoral research has been focusing on the assessment of novel pharmaceuticals for their wound healing potential and determining their mechanism of action. This has resulted in my research group being co-Inventors on numerous patents for these novel epoxy-tigliane pharmaceuticals, with our industrial partner (QBiotics Group).
- 2018-Present: Postdoctoral Research Associate. "Elucidation of novel epoxy-tigliane pharmaceuticals as modulators of impaired wound healing responses in chronic wound fibroblasts." Cardiff University, UK. Funded by QBiotics Group, Australia.
- 2016-2018: Postdoctoral Research Associate. "Elucidation of the underlying mechanisms of action by which novel epoxy-tigliane pharmaceuticals promote preferential wound healing responses." Cardiff University, UK. Funded by QBiotics Group.
- 2012-2016: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Cardiff University, UK. "Evaluation of the stimulatory effects of EBC-46 on dermal fibroblast and keratinocyte wound healing responses in vitro and correlation to preferential healing in vivo." Funded by QBiotics Group.
- 2011-2012: MSc in Tissue Engineering, Cardiff University, UK. "Determining the immuno-modulatory mechanism of action for oral mucosal progenitor stem cells."
- 2008-2011: BSc (Honours) in Biomedical Science. Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK.
Honours and awards
Poster Prize: European Tissue Repair Society. Edinburgh, UK
Young Investigators’ Poster Presentation Prize. 28th Annual Postgraduate Research Day, Cardiff University, Cardiff, U.K.
Research-Related Patents Filed To Date
Methods and Compositions for Wound Healing. Inventor on a Patent Cooperation Treaty AU20140253608, BR112015026388, CA2909653, CN105308052, DK2986615, EA201591996, EP2986615, HK1214256, IL242137, JP6415538, JP2016522801, KR20160023651, LT2986615, MX2015014607, PH12015502405, SG11201508588X, UA118670, US10183921, US2016068499, US2017144981; and WO2014169356, filed in April 2014, with QBiotics Group. and collaborators at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute (Queensland, Australia), relating to the application of epoxy-tigliane compounds, in the promotion of dermal wound healing and reduced scarring.
- Cardiff Institute for Tissue Engineering & Repair (CITER)
- European Tissue Repair Society (ETRS)
- European Society for Dermatological Research (ESDR)
Committees and reviewing
- Cardiff Institute for Tissue Engineering & Repair (CITER) Public Engagement Committee