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Mohammad Shahzad Saleem

Teaching Associate, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

I am an academic/researcher in Biomedical Sciences (PhD) with a background of Physiology (MPhil) and Medicine (MBBS, MRCPI). My research interests include cardiovascular physiology & pharmacology, interactive teaching and case-based learning. I am currently studying the role of endothelin1 and prostaglandins in the function of arteries. My previous projects included study of the role of perivascular adipose tissue in the function of coronary arteries and investigation of the relationship between thyroid function and metabolic syndrome.

Expertise Summary

Interactive case-based teaching

In vitro vascular/pharmacological studies

Protein quantification

Western blotting

ELISA

Microscopy

Electrocardiography

Lung function tests

Basic life support/clinical skills

Teaching Summary

Teaching of Pharmacology/Physiology and Basic Life Support skills to undergraduate and postgraduate students of Pharmacy, Medicine and Allied Health Sciences. Teaching formats include lectures,… read more

Teaching of Pharmacology/Physiology and Basic Life Support skills to undergraduate and postgraduate students of Pharmacy, Medicine and Allied Health Sciences. Teaching formats include lectures, case-studies, workshops and practicals along with the demonstration of basic emergency care skills using simulations and manikins.

Planning and supervision of BMedSci and MPharm research projects.

School of Life Sciences

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

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