Mr Neil Eisenstein
BMBCh MA(Oxon) MRCS RAMC
Heterotopic Ossification: Evaluating Structure and Developing Models of Pathogenic Ossification
Royal Centre for Defence Medicine and Drummond Foundation
Neil started his doctoral work in August 2014. Initially, his project will investigate the microstructure of heterotopic ossification. This will inform the in vitro and in vivo modelling that will facilitate the proof-of-concept testing of novel agents to prevent and treat heterotopic ossification.
Neil is an orthopaedic surgical registrar in the Stoke / Oswestry rotation and a serving regular officer in the Royal Army Medical Corps. He studied medicine at Jesus College, Oxford University, and graduated in 2007.