Institute of Neuroscience

Staff Profile

Dr Anne Oyewole

Research Associate

Background

I have nine years of academic work and training in translational research, and extensive experience teaching/training undergraduates and post graduates at Newcastle University.

I am currently contributing to the day to day running of ‘Purines for Rapid Identification of Stroke Mimics’, a clinical research project within the Stroke Research Group (SRG).  

A key aspect of my role is developing processes and logistics to enable the successful delivery of this clinical project which involves NHS ambulance services and stroke units across the UK.

Qualifications

2013 PhD – Molecular Biology (BBSRC and Unilever industrial CASE studentship)

The use of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA to determine the role, mechanism and protective effects of antioxidants in human skin (http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.607435)

2007 MRes - Molecular Biology (Collaborative project with Dow Pharmaceutical Solutions)

2006 BSc (Hons) Biology



Publications