The Stevens Group

Dr. Molly Stevens is currently Professor of Biomedical Materials and Regenerative Medicine & Research Director for Biomedical Material Sciences in the Department of Materials, Department of Bioengineering and the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London. Research in the Stevens Programme focuses on designing and developing innovative bio-inspired materials for applications in regenerative medicine, tissue engineering and biosensing.

Selected Publications:

  • T. von Erlach, S. Bertazzo, M. A. Wozniak, C.-M. Horejs, S. A. Maynard, S. Attwood, B. K. Robinson, H. Autefage, C. Kallepitis, A. De Rio Hernandez, C. S. Chen, S. Goldoni, M. M. Stevens.“Cell geometry dependent changes in plasma membrane order direct stem cell signalling and fate.” Nature Materials. 2017. DOI: 10.1038/s41563-017-0014-0
  • C. Kallepitis, M S. Bergholt, M. M. Mazo, V. Leonardo, S. C. Skaalure, S. A. Maynard, M. M. Stevens. Nature Communications. 2017. 8: 14843.“Quantitative volumetric Raman imaging of three dimensional cell cultures.”
  • C. Chiappini, E. De Rosa, J. O. Martinez, X. W. Liu, J. Steele, M. M. Stevens, E. Tasciotti. “Biodegradable silicon nanoneedles for the intracellular delivery of nucleic acids induce localized in vivo neovascularization.” Nature Materials. 2015. 14: 532-539. [FRONT COVER] (Highlights in Nature Materials News and Views and IO9)
  • P. D. Howes, R. Chandrawati, M. M. Stevens. “Colloidal nanoparticles as advanced biological sensors.” Science. 2014. 346: 53-63.
  • S. Bertazzo, E. Gentleman, K. L. Cloyd, A. H. Chester, M. H. Yacoub and M. M. Stevens. “Nano-analytical electron microscopy reveals fundamental insights into human cardiovascular tissue calcification.”Nature Materials. 2013. 12: 576-583. [Front Cover] (Highlights in C&EN and Materials 360)
Published Mar. 9, 2018 12:46 PM - Last modified May 11, 2018 3:12 PM