Lucy researches, educates University students and promotes public engagement with medical research. Her specific interests are in the science of the first 1000 days of our development and its impact on chances of lifelong health.
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- Fetal physiology and nutrition
- Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD)
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Lucy Green delivers a variety of teaching to undergraduate science and medical students in the area of:
BIOL 3044/6040 - Developmental Origins of Heath and Disease (Third year module, Biological Sciences)
Batchelor of Medicine - Lectures to year 1 students on cardiovascular physiology
External, University College London – MSc Women’s Health ‘Fetal cardiovascular responses to maternal nutrition’ lecture
2, Core research skills
Masters in Medical Science – Journal Club and paper reading skills
3, Public Engagement
Faculty Postgraduate Induction session on Public Understanding of Science
4, Research Project supervision
Supervision of undergraduate medical student, Masters in Medical Science and postgraduate research projects.
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Lucy Green researches and teaches undergraduate science and medical students about early development effects on lifelong health. She works with national and international learned societies to advocate for the physiological sciences, with a specific interest in counteracting the effects of a poor developmental start on non-communicable disease by raising awareness of the first 1000 days of our lives with the public (especially parents-to-be), health professionals and policy makers. She actively promotes a public understanding of science by innovating engagement tools for science festivals, and devising health-science experiences for young people which enable them to question experts about big health issues. As Head of Engagement in the Faculty of Medicine she works to support and recognise public engagement and involvement skills, and to foster connections with diverse communities of publics about medical research and education.
- British Science Association Media Fellowship (2018)
- Vice Chancellor's Teaching award (2012)
- PhD Fetal Physiology (1996)
- Wyeth-Ayerst Award of Excellence (1997)
- Wyeth-Ayerst Award of Excellence (1998)
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