Previous Grant Income SC is currently managing and has successfully completed as lead PI several large grants totalling over 4 million GBP. In addition, she is also currently an active co-investigator on an EPSRC programme grant (1.5million GBP) where SC leads the regenerative medicine imaging aspects of a 5 year residency at the Research Complex at Harwell, Diamond Synchrotron, Oxfordshire. She has also been actively involved with European Union grants 'MY JOINT' NEST programme (2million Euro) and 'EXPERTISSUES' (2million Euro). Industrial collaboration includes a CASE studentship with Giltech Ltd. UK and an independent research grant with Pfizer. Other successfully completed projects include BBSRC grant BB/BIG/3/1/1 and coordination aspects of 'BITES', an integrated project funded by the EU. SC has many years of experience in orthopaedic tissue engineering. Other Relevant Information SC is a very prominent in the UK Tissue and Cell Engineering Society (www.tces.org) and is currently secretary (elected) on this important national society. She is council member (elected) on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (European Chapter) TERMIS EU. She is a core review panel member for UK Biotechnology and biological sciences research council (panel meets every 3 months). In addition SC has been an external evaluating panel member and UK expert advisor to the European Union as a member of The European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research (COST) in the ‘Biomedicine and Molecular Biosciences’ Domain. She has been a previous editorial board international member for ‘Biomaterials’ journal and am currently associate editor for ‘Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering’, an editorial board member for ‘Open Biomaterials’ journal, ‘ISRN Mechanical Engineering’ and for ‘World Journal of Orthopaedics’. Publication record SC has over 50 publications with over 1200 citations (1998-2014). She also has over 120 published peer reviewed international and national conference abstracts.