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Yvonne Mbaki

Lecturer in Medical Physiology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Teaching Summary

My main teaching related roles include:

  • Delivery of lectures in physiology and pharmacology on the Medical, Pharmacy and Science curriculum
  • Leading problem-solving and problem-based workshops
  • Coordination of multiple teaching modules within the Medical, Pharmacy and Science curriculum
  • Supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate research project students
  • Producing of exam questions, participating in assessment and oral examinations of undergraduate project students
  • Pastoral support of undergraduate students within the role of Personal Tutor
  • Membership within teaching and learning committees including: Medical Sciences Teaching Group (MSTG), Medical Admissions, Professional Degree Teaching Group, Faculty-wide Interprofessional Learning (IPL) Committee as well as the Faculty Education Research Group (FERG).

Recent Publications

  • LOONG, B.J., TAN, J.H., LIM, K.H., MBAKI, Y. and TING, K.N., 2015. Contractile function of smooth muscle retained after overnight storage Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology. 388(10), 1061-1067
  • MASON, R, FENTON, G, SPICER, C and MBAKI, Y, 2012. Involvement of the medial prefrontal cortex in the control of micturition in the anaesthetised and awake rat In: Federation of European Neurosciences, Barcelona, Spain.
  • HALLIDAY, D, MBAKI, Y, KNAPP, S, SPICER, C, MARSDEN, C.A, STEVENSON, C.W and MASON, R, 2012. Functional connectivity analysis of in-vivo multi-unit electrode data sets: Spectral tracking for detection of non-stationary features In: Federation of European Neurosciences, Barcelona, Spain.
  • MBAKI Y, KNAPP S, SPICER C, MASON R, HALLIDAY DM, 2011. Changes in synchronization between pairs of single neurones in medial prefrontal cortex during micturition in the behaving female rat In: British Neuroscience Association Meeting, Harrogate, UK.
  • MBAKI Y, SPICER C, MASON R, 2011. Evidence for involvement of the medial prefrontal cortex in the control of micturition in the anaesthetised and awake female rat In: British Neuroscience Association Meeting, Harrogate, UK.
  • MBAKI Y, CHAPMAN V, CONLEY R, MASON R, 2009. Effect of local GABA/glutamate transmission in mPFC on bladder function In: British Neuroscience Association meeting, Liverpool, UK.
  • MBAKI Y, CHAPMAN V, CONLEY R, MASON R, 2008. Evidence for the involvement of the medial prefrontal cortex and thalamus in the control of micturition in the female rat In: Society for Neuroscience (SfN) meeting, Washington DC, USA.
  • MBAKI Y, CHAPMAN V, CONLEY R, MASON R, 2008. Medial prefrontal cortex influences the control of normal and abnormal urinary bladder function in rats In: Physiological Society Meeting, Cambridge, UK.
  • MBAKI Y, GARDINER JC, MCMURRAY G, RAMAGE AG, 2006. The effect of 5-HT2C receptor agonist Ro 60-0175 in the control of the urethra and micturition in anaesthetized female rats In: Physiological Society Meeting, London, UK.
  • MBAKI Y, GARDINER JC, MCMURRAY G, RAMAGE AG, 2006. The role of 5-HT2A/2C receptors in the control of micturition in the rat In: Society for Neuroscience (SfN) meeting, Atlanta, USA.
  • MBAKI Y, WESTBROOK S, RAMAGE A G, 2005. The role of 5-HT2 receptors in the control of the urethra and micturition in anaesthetized female rats In: British Pharmacological Society (BPS) meeting, London, UK.
  • MBAKI Y, WESTBROOK S, RAMAGE A G, 2005. Role of 5-HT2C receptors in the control of micturition in anaesthetized female rats In: International Union of Physiological Sciences (IUPS) meeting, San Diego, USA..

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University of Nottingham
Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham NG7 2UH

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