Dr Libby Ellins
Senior Vascular Scientist / Research Manager
Medicine
Telephone: (01792) 295092
Room: Office - 510
Fifth Floor
Institute of Life Science 2
Singleton Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • Endothelial Function
  • Arterial Stiffness
  • Cardiovascular risk

Publications

  1. & Associations of depression-anxiety and dyslipidaemia with subclinical carotid arterial disease: Findings from the Whitehall II Study. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology
  2. & What works best when implementing a physical activity intervention for teenagers? Reflections from the ACTIVE Project: a qualitative study. BMJ Open 9(5), e025618
  3. & Carotid artery wave intensity in mid- to late-life predicts cognitive decline: the Whitehall II study. European Heart Journal 40(28), 2300-2309.
  4. & Chronic kidney disease, cardiovascular risk markers and total mortality in older men: cystatin C versus creatinine. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, jech-2018-211719
  5. & Teenage recommendations to improve physical activity for their age group: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health 18(1)

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Teaching

  • PM-266 The Cardiovascular System

    Leading on from the first year Human Physiology Module (PM-139), the Cardiovascular Module will introduce and define the fundamental cellular mechanisms that regulate the physiology of healthy cardiovascular function. The Module will describe the processes that allow regular heartbeat and blood vessel function and how perturbations in the systems covered may lead to pathophysiological conditions. There will be an emphasis on experimental approaches used to study the cardiovascular mechanisms described.

  • PM-266C Y System Gardiofasgwlaidd

    Gan adeiladu ar fodiwl y flwyddyn gyntaf, Ffisioleg Ddynol (PM-139), bydd y modiwl ar y System Gardiofasgwlaidd yn cyflwyno ac yn diffinio'r mecanweithiau cellol sylfaenol sy'n rheoli ffisioleg gweithrediad system gardiofasgwlaidd iach. Bydd y modiwl yn disgrifio'r prosesau sy'n gyfrifol am guriad calon rheolaidd a gweithrediad y pibellau gwaed, a sut gall newidiadau yn y systemau dan sylw arwain at gyflyrau pathoffisiolegol. Bydd pwyslais ar y dulliau arbrofol a ddefnyddir i astudio'r mecanweithiau cardiofasgwlaidd a ddisgrifiwyd.

Supervision

  • Hydration, Cognition and Physiological Behaviour (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof David Benton
    Other supervisor: Dr Hayley Young