Dr John BlaikleyMBBS BSc. MRCP PhD

Senior Lecturer with Hon Consult Status

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Overview

I currently hold a MRC Clinician Scientist award enabling me to investigate the roles of clock proteins in respiratory disease. I also work one day a week at UHSM as a lung transplant consultant.

Biography

I trained in medicine and physiology at University College London. During this time I secured a Wellcome vacation scholarship investigating whether proteinuria could be a sensitive marker of renal dysfunction after cardiac surgery. My research in chronobiology was stimulated after securing a MRC clinical research training fellowship in 2007. In 2010 I was named as the British Thoracic Society's young investigator of the year. After my MRC fellowship I was fortunate enough to secure an academic clinical lectureship allowing me to complete my clinical training whilst continuing my research. In 2013 I left for Toronto to train in lung transplantation. After securing a MRC clinician scientist award in 2014 I returned to Manchester to continue my research into how circadian rhythyms can alter lung disease.

Qualifications

BSc. (1st Basic Medical Sciences with Physiology)  (University College London)

MBBS (University College London)

MRCP (Royal College of Physicians)

PhD (Manchester University)

Memberships of committees and professional bodies

Member of the Royal College of Physicians,

British Thoracic Society

European Respiratory Society

American Thoracic Society

Endocrine Society

Royal Society of Medicine

Biology, Medicine and Health (BMH) Domains

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