Publications

  1. Investigating mechanisms for non-linear genotoxic responses, and analysing their effects in binary combination. Genes and Environment
  2. & Corrigendum to Metabolomic-based biomarker discovery for non-invasive lung cancer screening: A case study [Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – General subjects, vol. 1860 (2016), pp. 2682–2687]. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - General Subjects
  3. & A New Class of Safe Oligosaccharide Polymer Therapy To Modify the Mucus Barrier of Chronic Respiratory Disease. Molecular Pharmaceutics 13(3), 863-872.
  4. & The metabolomic detection of lung cancer biomarkers in sputum. Lung Cancer 94, 88-95.
  5. & Metagenomic Sequencing of the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Upper Bronchial Tract Microbiome Reveals Functional Changes Associated with Disease Severity. PLOS ONE 11(2), e0149095

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Teaching

  • MN-1017 Maths and Statistics 1 for Business

    The module will provide an overview of the mathematical and statistical methods necessary for management/finance/economics analysis, focusing specifically on the use of computer packages (primarily SPSS) to conduct statistical analysis.

  • MN-3522 Environmental Management for Business

    Green issues are becoming increasingly important for business. The course aims to study the drivers and opportunities for businesses to improve their environmental performance. A broad range of environmental management issues are examined, both from the viewpoint of the current status and future development, and these are illustrated using appropriate case histories.

  • PM-M23 Introduction to Bioinformatics

    This module will provide a general introduction to the mainstream techniques and applications of bioinformatics. The student will be introduced to the concepts of acquiring and analysing biomolecular data using public resources and tools with a focus on biomedicine and nanotechnology.The student will also be taught basic programming skills which are fundamental to bioinformatics.

  • PMEM102 Regulations and Standards in Life Science and Health Care Enterprise

    This module will explore the range of frameworks governing regulation and standards in Life Science. Students will be introduced to the processes and strategic approaches associated with the global market place for of regulating and ensuring standards, with applications to their selected specialisms. Five specialisations are available: - Healthcare Services Management - Informatics - Medical Manufacturing - Medical Technology - Reconstructive and Regenerative Medicine through the specialism-specific specification of assignment (white paper assignment on a theme relevant to the chosen specialism) and its preparation and assessment.

  • PMEM107 Medical Technology

    This module will explore the opportunity and development of innovations in the medical technology sector within the UK and global marketplace. Students will be introduced to the principles, key concepts and strategic approaches to developing and promoting innovations in medical technology which would contribute to improved patient care.

  • PMEM108 Informatics

    This module will explore the opportunity, trends and developments in innovation within the commercial life science sector in relation to the application of Informatics to inform entrepreneurial development in healthcare provision. Students will be introduced to the strategic approach, key principles and fundamental concepts for commercialising, managing and leading commercial innovation in informatics within the UK and global context.

  • PMEM202 Regulations and Standards in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Informatics

    This module will explore the range of frameworks governing regulation and standards in Life Science with an emphasis on the use of informatics. Students will be introduced to the processes and strategic approaches associated with the global market place for of regulating and ensuring standards, with applications to Informatics.

  • PMEM302 Regulations and Standards in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Medical Technology

    This module will explore the range of frameworks governing regulation and standards in Life Science. Students will be introduced to the processes and strategic approaches associated with the global market place for of regulating and ensuring standards, with applications to Medical Technology.

  • PMEM402 Regulations and Standards in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Healthcare Services Management

    This module will explore the range of frameworks governing regulation and standards in Life Science. Students will be introduced to the processes and strategic approaches associated with the global market place for of regulating and ensuring standards, with applications specific to Healthcare Services Management.

  • PMEM502 Regulations and Standards in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Medical Manufacturing

    This module will explore the range of frameworks governing regulation and standards in Life Science. Students will be introduced to the processes and strategic approaches associated with the global market place for of regulating and ensuring standards, with applications to Medical Manufacturing.

  • PMEM602 Regulations and Standards in Life Science and Healthcare with applications in Reconstructive and Regenerative Medicine

    This module will explore the range of frameworks governing regulation and standards in Life Science. Students will be introduced to the processes and strategic approaches associated with the global market place for of regulating and ensuring standards, with applications to Reconstructive and Regenerative Medicine.

  • PMNM06 Bioinformatics

    This module will provide a general introduction to the mainstream techniques and applications of bioinformatics. The student will be introduced to the concepts of acquiring and analysing biomolecular data using public resources and tools with a focus on nanomedicine.The student will also be taught basic programming skills which are fundamental to bioinformatics

Supervision

  • Characterization of alginate-mucin glycan interaction for tailored therapeutic development in cystic fibrosis (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Gareth Jenkins
    Other supervisor: Dr Thomas Wilkinson
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
  • The cytotoxic effects of antimicrobial peptides Temporin A and Cecropin on non-small cell lumg cancer (current)

    Student name:
    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Claire Morgan
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
  • A study of deprivation status linkage to quality of life measurements in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. (current)

    Student name:
    MSc
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
    Other supervisor: Dr Claire Morgan
  • Pre-operative assessment of invasive lobular carcinoma of the breast - comparing Digital Breast Tomosynthesis with C-view, and magnetic resonance imaging (current)

    Student name:
    MD
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
    Other supervisor: Dr Claire Morgan
  • Investigation of glycosylation patterns by optical spectroscopy for diagnosis of COPD and exacerbation. (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
    Other supervisor: Dr Claire Morgan
  • Scalable Commercialisation and Research and Development Strategies for mobile video based telehealth solutions (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
    Other supervisor: Prof Michael Williams
  • A New Framework to Aid in Deciding Cost-Effective Treatment Plans for Patients with Breast Cancer Sub-types: A Full Pharmacoeconomic Approach (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
    Other supervisor: Prof Marc Clement
  • Untitled (current)

    Student name:
    MD
    Other supervisor: Prof Marc Clement
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
  • 'A platform to determine mutation events in the cancer genome and chemical toxicity' (awarded 2017)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Paul Lewis
    Other supervisor: Prof Steve Conlan