Staff in Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Dr Nguyet-Thin Luu

Dr Nguyet-Thin Luu

Research Fellow

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Thin Luu originally trained as a Pharmacologist and is interested in inflammation and atherosclerosis. She is an expert in setting up complex mono- and multi-cellular models of cell culture in understanding the processes of cell adhesion and migration, and the effects of blood flow on these processes, by application of well-defined, quantitative, in vitro models.

Thin ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 4131

Email n.luu@bham.ac.uk

Dr Melanie Madhani

Dr Melanie Madhani

Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Email m.madhani@bham.ac.uk

Professor Janice Marshall

Professor Janice Marshall

Professor Of Cardiovascular Science

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Janice Marshall was an undergraduate at the University of Birmingham and studied for her PhD in the Medical School.  She was appointed to a Lectureship in Physiology, and then to Senior Lectureship, Readership and in 1995, to a Personal Chair in Cardiovascular Science.  In 2002, she became Head of the Division of Medical Sciences in the School of Medicine and held this post until ...

Email j.m.marshall@bham.ac.uk

Dr Alexandra Mazharian

Dr Alexandra Mazharian

BHF Post-doctoral Fellow

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Alexandra is a British Heart Foundation Post-doctoral Research Fellow working in the School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine and an integral member of the Birmingham Platelet Group. Alexandra has a strong background in haemostasis and signal transduction.   Her main research interests are signalling events regulating megakaryocyte development and platelet formation. ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 415 8678

Email a.mazharian@bham.ac.uk

Dr Gillian McNab

Dr Gillian McNab

Research Fellow

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Gillians project aims to correct the site-specific mutation in alpha1-antitrypsin (A1AT) deficiency genes, in order to restore normal A1AT function. This involves working with patient material and makes use of her expertise in cell culture, molecular biology techniques, protein and gene analysis as well as techniques of cloning. Gillian is currently in the process of making ...

Email g.l.mcnab.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr William Moody

Dr William Moody

BHF Clinical Research Fellow and SpR Cardiology

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Email w.e.moody@bham.ac.uk

Dr Neil Morgan

Dr Neil Morgan

Lecturer in Cardiovascular Genetics

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Neil Morgan is a Lecturer in Cardiovascular Genetics within the School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine.

He has published over 50 research papers in high impact scientific journals in the field of human genetics. His research has primarily involved the identification of novel genes for autosomal recessive inherited diseases.

 

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Telephone +44 (0)121 414 6820

Email n.v.morgan@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jun Mori

Dr Jun Mori

Research Fellow

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Jun has been a member of the Birmingham Platelet Group as a British Heart Foundation Research Fellow since 2005. During this time, she has been jointly supervised by Professor Watson and Dr. Senis. She has a strong background in molecular and cellular biology and is familiar with all platelet biochemical and functional assays used in the group.

Email j.mori@bham.ac.uk

Mr Babu Naidu

Mr Babu Naidu

Clinical Scientist

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Mr Babu Naidu is based at the University Of Birmingham and an honanary Consultant Thoracic Surgeon based at Heart of England NHS foundation Trust, the largest thoracic surgical centre in England.

Telephone +44 (0)121 371 3228

Email b.naidu@bham.ac.uk

Professor Gerard Nash

Professor Gerard Nash

Professor of Cardiovascular Rheology and Head of School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Gerard Nash originally trained as a physical scientist and is interested in understanding the processes of cell adhesion and migration, and the effects of blood flow on these processes, by application of well-defined, quantitative, in vitro models.

Gerard has published over 200 research papers in scientific journals as well as reviews and book chapters in the fields of ...

Telephone +44 (0) 121 414 3670

Email g.nash@bham.ac.uk