Peter Harley

Peter Harley

PhD Student



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Selected publications:

Harley P, Kerins C, Gatt A, Neves G, Riccio F, Machado CB, Cheesbrough A, R'Bibo L, Burrone J, Lieberam I (2023) Aberrant axon initial segment plasticity and intrinsic excitability of ALS hiPSC motor neurons. Cell Rep 42: 113509

Cheesbrough A, Harley P, Riccio F, Wu L, Song W, Lieberam I (2023) A scalable human iPSC-based neuromuscular disease model on suspended biobased elastomer nanofiber scaffolds. Biofabrication 15

Harley P, Paredes-Redondo A, Grenci G, Viasnoff V, Lin YY, Lieberam I (2023) 3D Compartmentalised Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-derived Neuromuscular Co-cultures. Bio Protoc 13: e4624.

Cheesbrough A, Sciscione F, Riccio F, Harley P, R'Bibo L, Ziakas G, Darbyshire A, Lieberam I, Song W (2022) Biobased Elastomer Nanofibers Guide Light-Controlled Human-iPSC-Derived Skeletal Myofibers. Adv Mater 34: e2110441