Dr Jacqueline Spence
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 40330
- Fax: +44 (0) 191 33 40321
- Address: School of Medical Education
Stockton on Tees
Brief Career History
I began my career in the Pathology Department at Dryburn Hospital in Durham (now UHND) where I worked in the Histology/Cytology Laboratory as a biomedical scientist for 6 years. I left to take up a short term post as a senior research technician working on my own project in the Plant Sciences Division of the Biological Sciences Department at Durham University. I published the results of my research as an MSc Thesis in 1992.
I stayed at Durham to study for a PhD in Plant Cell Biology then worked for a number of years as a post-doctoral researcher in plant cell biology and pro-rata associate lecturer teaching across the Biological Sciences disciplines until I joined the new Phase 1 Medicine Programme at Durham Queen’s Campus in 2001. In 2005 I took up the post of Deputy Head of Undergraduate Medicine at Durham and remained with the medicine programme until it closed in 2017.
Harris N., Gates P., Spence J. (1991) Development of the Silique of Arabidopsis thaliana.
Federation Juan March Series Universitaria (Madrid) 258: 61
Spence J. (1992) Development of the Silique of Arabidopsis thaliana.
MSc ThesisUniversity of Durham
Harris N., Spence J., & Oparka K. J. (1994) General and Enzyme Histochemistry
in: Plant Cell Biology: A Practical Approach (Ed. N. Harris & K. J. Oparka) IRL Press at Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, Tokyo. 51-68
Harris N., Spence J. & Brennan C. (1995) Cell Walls in Fruits and Seeds
Proc. Roy. Microscop. Soc. 30, 14
Spence J. (1995) Dehiscence in Brassicas
PhD ThesisUniversity of Durham
Spence J. & Harris N. (1995) Pod Shatter in Brassicas
Proc. Roy. Microscop. Soc. 30, 35
Spence J., Vercher Y., Gates P. & Harris N. (1996) Pod Shatter in Arabidopsis thaliana, Brassica napus and Brassica juncea
Journal of Microscopy 181, 2, 195 – 203
Shirsat A., Bell A., Spence J. & Harris N. (1996) The Brassica napus extA Extensin Gene is Expressed in Regions of the Plant Subject to Tensile Stress
Planta 199, 618 – 624
Powell S., Spence J.; Bharathi M., Gatehouse A. M. R., Gatehouse J. (1998) Immunohistochemical and Developmental Studies to Elucidate the Mechanism of Action of the Snowdrop Lectin on the Rice Brown Planthopper
Journal of Insect Physiology 44, no. 7/8
Rao K. V., Rathore K. S., Hodges T. K., Fu X., Stoger E., Sudhakar D., Williams S., Christou P., Bharathi M., Bown D. P. Powell K. S., Spence J., Gatehouse A. M. R., Gatehouse J. A. (1998).
Expression of Snowdrop Lectin (GNA) in Transgenic Rice Plants Confers Resistance to Rice Brown Planthopper
Plant Journal 15, 469-477
Spence J. (2001) Plant Histology
in: Plant Cell Biology:A Practical Approach Second Edition (Ed. C. Hawes and B. Satiat – Jeunemaitre) Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, pp 189 - 206
Chaytor A., Spence J., Armstrong A. and McLachlan J.C., (2012)
Do Students Learn to be more Conscientious at Medical School?
BMC Medical Education 12:54
Reports published in the AFRC Arabidopsis Newsletters (1990 – 1992)
Reports published in the Proceedings of Plant Molecular Biology 1 Arabidopsis meetings (1990 – 1992)
- K. S. Powell,J. Spence,M. Bharathi,J. A. Gatehouse,A. M. R. Gatehouse. Immunohistochemical and developmental studies to elucidate the mechanism of action of the snowdrop lectin on the rice brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Stal). Journal of Insect Physiology 1998, 44(7-8), 529-539.