Researcher NIHR DEC Oxford
Researcher and Industry Liaison, NIHR Diagnostics Evidence Cooperative Oxford. Nov 2014 - present
Research Scientist, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford. July 2009 - Nov 2014
PhD Cell Physiology, Department of Biology, University of York. Sept 2004 - Sept 2008
BSc (hons) Biological Sciences, School of Biology, University of Newcastle. Sept 1997 - July 2000
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Diagnostics Evidence Cooperative (DEC) Oxford, focuses on the identification of unfilled niches and barriers to the implementation of in vitro diagnostic tools in primary care. I am the researcher within the Oxford DEC who is responsible for liaising with members of the in vitro diagnostics industry and for facilitating interactions with the DEC advisory panel. I have a specific interest in IVDs which could be deployed in resource-limited settings.
My background is in cell physiology, membrane transport processes and signaling. I have a particular interest in the control of ventilation and in particular how humans respond to changes in the partial pressure of inspired oxygen. I have an associated interest in the physiology and medicine of life in remote regions and at high altitude.
Turner PJ. et al, (2016), Family Practice, 33, 388 - 394
Hodson EJ. et al, (2016), Journal of Physiology, 594, 1179 - 1195
Holmes AP. et al, (2016), Pflugers Archiv European Journal of Physiology, 468, 143 - 155
Contrasting roles of HIF-1 and 2 in ventilatory acclimatisation to hypoxia
Hodson EJ. et al, (2015), AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEMATOLOGY, 90, E164 - E164
Buckler KJ. and Turner PJ., (2015), 860, 69 - 80