Clinical Measurement/Research Technician, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
In 2005 I completed my PhD in Reproductive Immunology entitled "The role of decidual T lymphocytes in human pregnancy". This project was carried out at Newcastle University under the supervision of Professor Stephen Robson, Dr Judith Bulmer and Dr Roger Searle and involved investigation, at the cellular level, of human intrauterine immune responses to pregnancy.
Following on from I moved to the University of Nottingham where I worked with Professor David Gardner examining the effect of nutritional programming on kidney regulation of blood pressure. I then moved to Professor Fiona Broughton Pipkin's research group performing investigation of the placental renin-angiotensin system and the role of folic acid in placental development and folate transport within the placenta. Additionally I worked on the WTCCC3 GWAS for pre-eclamspia with Dr Linda Morgan.
I work for the Clinical, Metabolic and Molecular Physiology research group.
Division of Medical Sciences and Graduate Entry Medicine
The University of Nottingham
Royal Derby Hospital
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