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Research project

Do endothelial microparticles predict defects in coagulation function after cardiac surgery

Staff

Lead researcher

Dr Nicola Englyst

Principal Teaching Fellow

Research interests

  • Educational projects
  • Patient-centred language in social media
  • Lab based research (collaborative) on platelets and microvesicles
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Other researchers

Professor Judith Holloway BSc (Hons), PhD, PGCert, PFHEA, NTF

Professorial Fellow in Allergy

Research interests

  • HACASE: A simple effective educational model for session design: Prof Holloway has designed an educational model for teaching which is applicable across any teaching activity. Current research activity is evaluating its effectiveness in clinical teaching including allergy to different learners from patients to undergraduates and multi-professional healthcare professionals.
  • MSc Allergy education: Prof Holloway's team explore innovations and the effectiveness of teaching on the MSc Allergy, to disseminate their experiences for the benefit of other courses around the University and more widely. 
  • Allergy bitesize education (short e-courses for CPD): Prof Holloway has led the development of short e-courses, including an Anaphylaxis Toolkit which provide Gain and Train learning for healthcare professionals on how to effectively teach patients this important topic.
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Emeritus Professor Geraldine Clough

Research interests

  • Early identification of risk of small vessel dysfunction in cardio-metabolic disease
  • Mechanisms underlying the developmental priming of vascular plasticity and endothelial dysfunction by maternal diet
  • Development of novel devices and approaches for the multiscale assessment of the dynamics of microvascular perfusion
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Research outputs