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Prof John Hunt

Prof. John Hunt

MTIF Academic and Research Lead

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Ferreira, A.M. Vikulina, A.S. Bowker, L. Hunt, J.A. Puddu, V. Volodkin, D. Nanoarchitectonics of Bactericidal Coatings Based on CaCO3−Nanosilver Hybrids ACS Applied Bio Materials, 2024, 7(5), pp. 2872–2886

Stanley J, Kunovski P, Hunt JA, Wei Y. Stretchable electronic strips for electronic textiles enabled by 3D helical structure. Sci Rep. 2024 May 14;14(1):11065.

Baker C. Piasecki J. Hunt J.A. Hough J. The reproducibility of dendritic cell and T cell counts to a 30-min high-intensity cycling protocol as a tool to highlight overtraining. Experimental Physiology, 2024, 109, 380–392.

Balestri, W. Hickman, G.J. Morris, R.H. Hunt; J.A. Reinwald, Y. Triphasic 3D In Vitro Model of Bone-Tendon-Muscle Interfaces to study their Regeneration. Cells, 2023, Volume 12, Issue 2, 313.

Baker C. Hunt J. Piasecki J. Hough J. Lymphocyte and dendritic cell response to a period of intensified training in young healthy humans and rodents: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Frontiers in Physiology. 2022. DOI 10.3389/fphys.2022.998925


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Areas of Expertise

  • Cellular and molecular mechanisms
  • Biocompatibility
  • Inflammation
  • Stem cell biology
  • Tissue engineering
  • Primary cell sourcing and controlling cell function
  • Controlling extracellular matrix interactions
  • Angiogenesis
  • Tissue Regeneration
  • Cell and Tissue Culture


Roles and Responsibilities

John Hunt is the academic and research lead for MTIF, focussing on utilising and building the extensive research power of NTU to address what is required from technology and materials in the short, medium and long term. His research centres on developing breakthrough therapies, devices and technology to repair, replace, augment and in the future regenerate diseased, infected and damaged tissues in humans and other mammals using material interventions.

Other Team Members

Dr. Robert Reisel
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Dr. Yang Wei
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Dr. Chris Gabbott
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