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Mark Farrar

  • PhD
  • Lecturer in Photobiology
  • University of Manchester
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Research interests

Vitamin D Wound healing Photoprotection Skin inflammatory/immune responses Photodynamic therapy

About

Based in the Division of Musculoskeletal & Dermatological Sciences within the Faculty of Biology, Medicine & Health, research interests include skin physiology in health and disease. Current research focuses on the study of skin-light interactions, particularly ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This includes UV-induced skin inflammation, UV-nutrient interaction (vitamin D synthesis, nutritional photoprotection), UV-induced DNA damage, and mechanisms of repair.

Co-authors (75)

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Publications (5)

  • Colour counts: Sunlight and skin type as drivers of vitamin D deficiency at UK latitudes

    • Webb A
    • Kazantzidis A
    • Kift R
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
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  • Oral green tea catechins do not provide photoprotection from direct DNA damage induced by higher dose solar simulated radiation: A randomized controlled trial

    • Farrar M
    • Huq R
    • Mason S
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
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  • Green tea catechins and their metabolites in human skin before and after exposure to ultraviolet radiation

    • Clarke K
    • Dew T
    • Watson R
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
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  • Sun exposure behavior, seasonal Vitamin D deficiency, and relationship to bone health in adolescents

    • Farrar M
    • Mughal M
    • Adams J
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
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  • High performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry dual extraction method for identification of green tea catechin metabolites excreted in human urine

    • Clarke K
    • Dew T
    • Watson R
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    6Citations
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Professional experience

Lecturer in Photobiology

University of Manchester

August 2017 - Present

Research Fellow

University of Manchester

April 2012 - July 2017(5 years)

Research Associate

University of Manchester

September 2009 - March 2012(3 years)

Education

PhD

University of Leeds

October 1996 - February 2000(3 years)

BSc (hons)

University of Leeds

September 1993 - June 1996(3 years)