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Susie Rebelo Hopkins

  • Lecturer in Immunology
  • Nescot - North East Surrey College of Technology
  • 3PublicationsNumber of items in Susie's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 10Followers

Research interests

molecular modellitranscriptome micro-array analysisflow cytometryI have experience in several techniques including cell culturemolecular biology and bioinformatics. Alsoreceptor signallingI am a researcher with expertise in cellular immunology

About

Personal Statement: I am looking to use the range of skills I have gained through my own professional research and academic career, to motivate and support medical science students. I have a track record of supporting both undergraduate and postgraduate students during their degrees and research projects. Also, I have a wide knowledge about higher education and professional development issues and a proven ability in course design, module leadership and use of new technologies to develop and improve e-learning strategies. I am personally committed to deliver engaging and high quality learning experiences. My personal aim is to work in a high profile, challenging and innovative, teaching and research environment that enables personal development and allows me to keep my expertise up to date. I am enthusiastic, organised, dynamic and willing to use innovative approaches both in teaching and research. Professional Memberships: Associate Member of the Higher Education Academy since 2011 Associate Member of the Institute for Learning since 2010 Member of the British Society for Immunology since 2004

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Publications (3)

  • Functional consequences of disease-associated mutations in TNFR1 elucidated by transcriptome analysis.

    • Rebelo S
    • Radford P
    • Bainbridge S
    • et al.
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  • Novel markers of inflammation identified in tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated periodic syndrome (TRAPS) by transcriptomic analysis of effects of TRAPS-associated tumor necrosis factor receptor type I mutations in an endothelial cell line.

    • Rebelo S
    • Amel-Kashipaz M
    • Radford P
    • et al.
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  • Modeling of tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily 1A mutants associated with tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated periodic syndrome indicates misfolding consistent with abnormal function.

    • Rebelo S
    • Bainbridge S
    • Amel-Kashipaz M
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Lecturer in Immunology

Nescot - North East Surrey College of Technology

February 2010 - Present

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

The University of Nottingham

October 2006 - December 2009(3 years)

Education

PhD in Immunology

The University of Nottingham

October 2003 - September 2006(3 years)

MSc in Biomedical Sciences

Nottingham Trent University

October 2002 - September 2003(a year)

BSc in Genetics

Aberystwyth University

September 1997 - June 2001(4 years)