Graham Anderson (Bsc (hons); PhD)

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow


Early career researcher applying photonic techniques within regenerative medicine and assay development.


1st Class Honors Bsc in Human Biology

PhD in Clinical Brain Sciences

Research summary

Broadly, we seek to understand the ways in which visible and ultraviolet radiation come to initiate long-lasting harm to the retina and, conversely, how near-infrared radiation may be used to fix it.

Current research interests

Investigating how photobiomodulation changes the cellular landscape of the retina in health and disease. Developing a light-based wounding assay, and seeking to characterise its validity as a model of chronic inflammation. Seeking to improve in vitro retinal cell differentiation through the use of growth-substrate engineering enabled by the PRIMO platform.

Past research interests

Glucocorticoid production, hepatotoxicity