Dr Catrin Rutland BSc PGCHE MSc MMedSci PhD SFHEA FAS. Assistant Professor in Anatomy and Developmental Genetics.
Dr Catrin Rutland specialises in cardiovascular disorders (heart disease/blood vessels/angiogenesis) and anatomy in both humans and animals. Her group undertakes research in these areas using genetic, proteomic, epigenetic, anatomical, histological and functional effect approaches. Her anatomical expertise and research spans from looking at heart disease through to understanding the anatomy of a variety of species. This helps us to target surgery and therapeutic and diagnostic treatments better in each animal.
Catrin has written scientific news pieces for local, national and international newspapers/magazines/blogs/radio (including The Telegraph, Daily Mail, Independent, The Guardian).
Catrin has also written numerous publications including layperson books and book chapters.
Consultancy and Research: Dr Rutland is happy to explore opportunities to undertake consultancy and research work with external organisations.
International and national newspapers, social media and news media.
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