Personal details

Surname:         Gamie                          Forename(s): Zakareya


BSc(hons)                                                               University of Leeds 2006

MB ChB                                                                 University of Leeds 2007

MRCS(Eng)                                                            Awarded 2010

PGCert (Clinical research)                                     Awarded 2011

PGCert (Genomic medicine)                                  Awarded 2018

 Post held

(1)   Specialty Registrar in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Health Education North East.

(2)   Honorary Clinical Research Associate and PhD student, Northern Institute for Cancer Research, Newcastle University.

Details of publications over the last five years:

 Stamatopoulos A, Stamatopoulos T, Gamie Z, Kenanidis E, Ribeiro RDC, Rankin KS, Gerrand C, Dalgarno K, Tsiridis E. Mesenchymal stromal cells for bone sarcoma treatment: Roadmap to clinical practice. J Bone Oncol. 2019;16:100231.

 Morris TM, Gamie Z, Ghosh KM, Rankin KS. Giant cell tumour of the patella with local recurrence: successful management with excision, curettage and artificial bone grafting.

BMJ Case Rep. 2018.

 Gamie Z, Kapriniotis K, Papanikolaou D, Haagensen E, Da Conceicao Ribeiro R, Dalgarno K, Krippner-Heidenreich A, Gerrand C, Tsiridis E, Rankin KS. TNF-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL) for bone sarcoma treatment: Pre-clinical and clinical data. Cancer Lett. 2017;409:66-80.

 Reissis D, Tang QO, Cooper NC, Carasco CF, Gamie Z, Mantalaris A, Tsiridis E. Current clinical evidence for the use of mesenchymal stem cells in articular cartilage repair. Expert Opin Biol Ther. 2016;16(4):535-57.

Papamerkouriou YM, Kenanidis E, Gamie Z, Papavasiliou K, Kostakos T, Potoupnis M, Sarris I, Tsiridis E, Kyrkos J. Treatment of multiple myeloma bone disease: experimental and clinical data. Expert Opin Biol Ther. 2015;15(2):213-30.

  Details of grants obtained:

 2014: £74,000 - William Edmund Harker Studentship, Newcastle University, 3D Bioprinting for bone sarcoma.

 2014: £75,000 - Orthopaedic Research UK. Pre-conditioning of MSCs for use in 3D Bioprinting of bone cancers.

Category Topic View
Applied Basic Science Application and relevance of modern genetics to orthopaedic disease and treatment
Applied Basic Science Cell biology in trauma and orthopaedics
Applied Basic Science Cellular and molecular basis of wound healing