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Christina S. Kamma-Lorger obtained her PhD in corneal tissue engineering at Cardiff University, UK in 2007. Her PhD thesis focused on studying the healing of LASIK flaps and exploring possible ways of improving the recovery of the tissue post operatively. She continued her work in corneal studies using Small and Wide angle X-ray diffraction methods and electron microscopy in the structural Biophysics Group, Cardiff university on an MRC-UK funded post-doc. In 2012 she was appointed beamline scientist in BL11-SWEET beamline at ALBA synchrotron in Barcelona. Her research interests involve the study of corneal structure and function, bone regeneration and skin cancer. She has 29 peer reviewed publications in international journals.
Corneal Tissue Engineering