InterestsDaniel Rowson has an MA and MEng in Engineering for the Life Sciences from the University of Cambridge and is currently in the third year of his PhD. He is investigating the response of the primary cilia to stress deprivation in tendon explants. He is also investigating cilia response to loading in vitro. Ideally he aims to discover the primary mechanism controlling cilia length in tendon and discover what effect cilia length has on cell response and whether this plays a role in tendinopathy. As well as science Dan likes cooking, eating and the board game go/baduk.