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Mr Martin Logue BSc (Hons), MSc

Postgraduate Research Student

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Martin Logue is a Postgraduate research student within the faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton.

Martin is a graduate of degree programmes in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Phytotherapy. He was also awarded a Bachelor of Chinese Medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.

Martin completed an MSc in Endocrinology with the University of South Wales in 2015, and wrote his thesis on the effect of the somatotrophic axis on ageing.

Martin has taught widely throughout the UK and Ireland. He has worked as a herbal consultant with various herbal companies including Bioforce, Switzerland and Pukka Herbs, UK.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Phytotherapy, Middlesex University (1999)

BSc (Hons) TCM, Middlesex University (2004)

MSc Endocrinology, University of South Wales (2105)

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Martin’s PhD is currently looking at the role of plant medicines in the treatment of respiratory tract infections. Martin is interested in the role that medicinal plants may play in tackling anti-microbial resistance (AMR). Martin is being supervised by Professor Michael Moore, Dr Miriam Santer and Dr Andrew Flower.

Research group

Primary Care & Population Sciences

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Primary care Research group

CAM and Integrated Medicine Research Group Co-ordinator.

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Teaching Complementary Medicine for the 3rd year medical students select study unit.

Mr Martin Logue
Primary Care and Population Sciences
Faculty of Medicine
University of Southampton
Aldermoor Health Centre
Aldermoor Close
Southampton SO16 5ST
Email: ml1m15@soton.ac.uk
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