Dr Jarmon Lees completed his PhD on human pluripotent stem cell metabolism at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Dr Lees' research uses human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and organoid models to investigate cardiovascular diseases, cardiac arrhythmias, and Friedreich’s ataxia.
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Mitochondrial Fusion by M1 Promotes Embryoid Body Cardiac Differentiation of Human Pluripo..
Bio-engineering a tissue flap utilizing a porous scaffold incorporating a human induced pl..
Mitochondrial and glycolytic remodeling during nascent neural differentiation of human plu..
Mitochondrial and glycolytic metabolism decreases during neural differentiation of human e..
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Sustained subcutaneous delivery of secretome of human cardiac stem cells promotes cardiac repair following myocardial infarction.
Andrew R Kompa, David W Greening, Anne M Kong, Paul J McMillan, Haoyun Fang, Ritika Saxena, Raymond CB Wong, Jarmon G Lees, Priyadharshini Sivakumaran, Andrew E Newcomb, Bakhos A Tannous, Cameron Kos, Lina Mariana, Thomas Loudovaris, Derek J Hausenloy, Shiang Y Lim
Journal article | 2020 | Cardiovascular Research
AIMS: To establish pre-clinical proof of concept that sustained subcutaneous delivery of the secretome of human cardiac stem cells..
Mitochondrial Fusion by M1 Promotes Embryoid Body Cardiac Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells
Jarmon G Lees, Anne M Kong, Yi C Chen, Priyadharshini Sivakumaran, Damian Hernandez, Alice Pebay, Alexandra J Harvey, David K Gardner, Shiang Y Lim
Journal article | 2019 | Stem Cells International
Bio-engineering a tissue flap utilizing a porous scaffold incorporating a human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived endothelial cell capillary network connected to a vascular pedicle
Anne M Kong, Kiryu K Yap, Shiang Y Lim, Diego Marre, Alice Pebay, Yi-wen Gerrand, Jarmon G Lees, Jason A Palmer, Wayne A Morrison, Geraldine M Mitchell
Journal article | 2019 | Acta Biomaterialia
Tissue flaps are used to cover large/poorly healing wounds, but involve complex surgery and donor site morbidity. In this study a ..
Medicine - St Vincent'S Hospital
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Melbourne