Professor Alistair Warren
Department of Biomedical Science
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Professor of Biomedical Science Education
- Faculty Director of Learning and Teaching
- LTSN Biosciences representative
- 1984 to present: lecturer then senior lecturer, University of Sheffield. Appointed Professor 1st January 2007
- 1983-1984: Wellcome Trust funded post doc, University of Aberdeen
- 1979-1983: Phd, University of Aberdeen
- 1976-1979: BSc (hons) in Biological Sciences, University of Aston in Birmingham
My laboratory interests focus on studies of human endometrium and uterine tube in order to understand and ameliorate some types of infertility. Educational interests include encouraging research-led teaching and promoting independent learning by students.
Activities and distinctions
- Director of Learning and Teaching for the Faculty of Science
- Associate Editorial Board for Journal of Anatomy
- Departmental Representative for Biosciences Subject Centre
- External Advisor on curriculum matters to universities in Portugal
- External examiner (past and present) to several Universities
- Past winner of student run awards for: ‘Rate my Personal Tutor’, ‘Student Voice Advocate’ (both at University level) and departmental ‘Best Teacher’
- Keen to develop greater independence in student learning and interdisciplinary learning (coordinator of a cross-faculty module ‘Integrated Science’ – FCP101 and member of Project Sunshine Steering Group)
- One of the team developing our MSc in Science Communication
- McLaughlin, S., Bartlett, G. and Warren, M.A. (2006)
Centrally organized student mentoring.
Published on the web at: www.ulster.ac.uk/star (print version due in August 2006)
- Warren M.A. (2006)
Basic Pelvic Neuroanatomy
pp 1-14 IN: Chronic Pelvic Pain, editor T.C.Li. Publisher Pathenon Press, UK
- Warren, R.A. and Warren, M.A. (2003)
Time off work following whiplash injury: does sick pay make a difference?
Journal of Orthopaedic Medicine 25: 94–96.
- Cork, B.A., Warren, M.A., Li, T.C., & Laird, S.M. (2001)
Expression of interleukin 11 in human endometrium; stimulation by IL1, TNF and TGF.
Journal of Reproductive Immunology 50: 3-17