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Research interests

I have a diverse basic science research background including obesity and diabetes, preterm labour, and cardiovascular cell signalling. Most recently I have studied the role of cAMP signalling in regulating cell behaviour during the development of cardiovascular disease.  Cell behaviours include vascular smooth muscle proliferation in the context of atherosclerosis and restenosis, and cardiac stiffness-regulated cardiac fibrosis during post-MI remodelling and heart failure.  

As a lecturer on the Teaching and Scholarship Pathway, I am actively engaged in pedagogic research that aims to advance our understanding of student experience in higher education and contribute to evidence-based development of our teaching practice. I am particularly interested in authentic learning practices within our Postgraduate taught programmes, and the use of self-reflection as part of student-centred learning.

Structured keywords and research groupings

  • Bristol Medical Education Research Group


  • Educational Research
  • Health Sciences
  • Assessment
  • Curriculum Development
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Reflection
  • Academic Skills
  • Medical Education


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