Cardio Metabolic Research at Leeds

Women in Science

Women in Science

Female seminar speakers in MCRC

 

 

Speaker Institution Title Year
Dr Jessica Sabourin Université Paris-Sud

Orai1 Ca2+ channel: new actor involved in left and right ventricular hypertrophy

2018
Professor Ellie Tzima University of Oxford Vascular mechanotransduction: from the protein to the vessel 2018
Professor Susan Ozanne University of Cambridge

You are what your mother ate: exploring mechanisms underlying the developmental origins of health and disease

2018
Dr Marlous Hall University of Leeds

Big data to redefine cardiovascular disease: multi-morbidity profiles for acute myocardial infarction

2018
Dr Emily Noel University of Sheffield Cardiac morphogenesis: using zebrafish to understand the links between laterality, development and disease 2018
Dr Lisa Heather University of Oxford

Abnormal metabolism in the diabetic heart: to hypoxia and beyond!

2017
Dr Kerrie Smith University of Leeds Structural determination of the elusive Fibrinogen alpha chains: resolving intrinsically disordered protein regions 2016
Dr Mar Pujades Rodriguez University of Leeds Linked electronic health resources: opportunities for research 2016
Professor Anna Randi Imperial College London Transcriptional control of angiogenesis and vascular stability 2016
Dr Caroline Dart University of Liverpool EPAC-driven signalling networks: Novel relaxant pathways in the vasculature 2016
Assoc Prof Liz Jones KU Leuven Hemodynamics during vascular development and angiogenesis 2015
Dr Ines Pineda-Torra UCL Is there a future for Liver X receptor modulators in metabolic and cardiovascular disease? Lessons from a knock in mutant mouse model. 2015
Dr Rachel Clough KCL Personalised medicine for aortic disease 2015
Professor Costanza Emanueli University of Bristol MicroRNA targeting for vascular regeneration 2014
Dr Maria Gomez LU Diabetes Centre, Lund University, Sweden NFAT as a novel target for the treatment of diabetic vascular complications 2012
Dr Katharine Owen Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism CRP - Old dog, new tricks? 2012
Miss Janice Tsui UCL Tissue protection, repair & regeneration in critical limb ischaemia 2012
Dr Georgia Mavria University of Leeds Rho GTPases and Cancer Angiogenesis 2010

 

 

What's Happening

27 September 2018: Exercise training in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: A molecular explanation ... more

22 November 2018: Cardio Metabolic Seminar ... more

24 January 2019: Cardiovascular Seminar ... more

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