Search results for 'Biomedical Sciences' (12)
Dr Vincent Postis
Vincent trained as a biochemist, and has developed research interests with multidisciplinary approaches ranging from molecular biology to biophysics. Vincent’s research output on membrane protein study of biomedical relevance have been published in high-profile international peer reviewed journals.
Professor Gary Jones
Gary joined Leeds Beckett in February 2016. He has held academic and postdoctoral research positions at Maynooth University, National Institutes of Health, University College London and Swansea University. He obtained a BSc (Hons) Genetics and PhD from University of Liverpool.
Dr Andrew Paterson
Andrew's research background is in pharmacology and neurophysiology, and he has specific interests in oxidative stress, neurodegeneration and cellular toxicology. His teaching commitments include physiology and toxicology modules, and he is Course Leader for the biomedical science postgraduate courses.
Dr Osama Tashani
Osama is a Senior Research Fellow in Pain Studies at Leeds Beckett University. He graduated as a veterinary surgeon in 1983 in his country of origin, Libya, but chose to pursue a career as a scientist in physiology since 1986.
Dr Tara Sabir
Dr Tara Sabir is a Senior Lecturer teaching Biochemistry on the Biomedical Sciences BSc course in the Faculty of Health & Social Sciences. She has a background in biochemistry and biophysics specifically in the field of single molecule fluorescence nanotechnology.
Dr Ghazala Tabasam
Dr Ghazala Tabasam is a Senior Lecturer in Physiology and a member of the pain research team in the School of Rehabilitation and Health Sciences at Leeds Beckett University.
Dr Ian Hurley
Dr Ian Hurley is a Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences, teaching across a range of subjects including Molecular Biology and Microbiology. Ian is also Course Leader for the Undergraduate Biomedical Science Courses.
Dr Margarita Gomez Escalada
Margarita is a medical microbiologist with a background in biocide and disinfectant activity and mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance. Her current research focuses on the identification and study of novel antimicrobials.
Dr Pauline Fitzgerald
Dr Pauline Fitzgerald is Head of Biomedical Sciences, and is responsible for both the undergraduate and postgraduate biomedical sciences courses.
Dr Donna JohnsonDonna is a researcher and lecturer, primarily in the fields of molecular biology and microbiology.
Professor Mark Johnson
Mark is Director of the Centre for Pain Research and leads a vibrant team of researchers. He has published over 200 research articles and book chapters and supervises PhD students. Mark teaches across all levels of our taught course provision.
Dr Nathaniel Milton
Nat has an international reputation in the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery research field. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology and part of the Biomedical Sciences team in the School of Clinical & Applied Sciences.