Claire Devlin - Newcells

Retinal platform

An in vitro, light responsive, retinal model for accurate predictions of in vivo outcomes you can have confidence in.


Kidney platform

The most advanced near-physiological high throughput kidney proximal tubule cells (PTC) model to investigate drug transport modalities in vitro.

Lung epithelia model

Lung model

A model to investigate airway physiology, viral infection, drug safety and environmental impacts on lung airway epithelia.

Sinusoid iPSC-derived Liver model

Liver model

We are developing a model of liver sinusoid derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC).

Claire Devlin

Associate Scientist

A Newcastle native. Claire studied Biochemistry at Sheffield Hallam university and did a placement year as a research technician as part of the course at the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN) looking at neurodegenerative diseases. She then started at Newcells as a brand new graduate in the kidney team! Claire plays many an instrument, keeps many a houseplant and loves to swim in the North Sea…Yes, that’s the North Sea folks…hat’s off, that’s hardcore!

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