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Cellular Medicine Research Division

Research at the University of St Andrews School of Medicine
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Overview

The Division of Cellular Medicine (CMED) combines basic and clinical research with the goal of understanding the cellular and molecular basis of disease. Our interdisciplinary research uses cutting edge technology to address fundamental biomedical processes involved in health and disease.

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Head of Division: Dr Samantha Pitt
Deputy Head of Division: Dr Javier Tello
Administrator: Alice Haworth

Principal Investigators

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Dr Samantha Pitt

Senior Lecturer

Cardiac Dysfunction; Intracellular Calcium Dynamics; Ion Channel; Metal Ion Homeostasis

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Prof Andrew Lynch

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Statistics; Cancer; Genomics; Computational Biology

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Dr Alan Stewart

Senior Lecturer

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Prof David Harrison

Professor

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Dr Gordon Cramb

Reader

Epithelia; ion transport; water transport; solute transport; osmoregulation; hormonal regulation; transcriptomics; quantitative proteomics

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Dr John Lucocq

Reader

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Dr Javier Tello

Lecturer in Pharmacology

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Dr Morag Mansley

Lecturer

Epithelia; Ion/Solute Transport; Hormones; Renal Physiology; Molecular and Cellular Physiology

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Dr Paul Reynolds

Lecturer

Cellular Medicine; Systems Pathology; Cancer Drug Resistance; Podocyte Mechanobiology.

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Dr Peter Caie

Lecturer

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Dr Simon Powis

Reader

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Dr Silvia Paracchini

Reader

Human genetics, neurodevelopmental disorders, dyslexia, handedness