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Dr Lynn Dover

Associate Professor

Department: Applied Sciences

Dr Lynn Dover Staffprofile Northumbriauniversity255Lynn began his biological education at Sunderland Polytechnic graduating with BSc Applied Biology in 1990.  His enduring fascination for microbial pathogenicity, and applied research in general, was sparked by a sandwich placement at the Chemical Defence Establishment, Porton Down.

His doctoral studies at the University of Hull provided the foundation for his current research interests in mycobacteria (and their relatives) and the bacterial acquisition of iron. During his long post-doctoral career he contributed to the understanding of the role of various facets of bacterial physiology and genomics in the establishment and control of infections including meningitis and tuberculosis producing over 50 publications.

Lynn joined Northumbria in 2007 as a Senior Lecturer in Medical Microbiology contributing to the development of MSc Biotechnology and MSc Microbiology as well as microbiological and biochemical aspects of the undergraduate curriculum in Biomedical Science.

Qualifications

  • Microbiology PhD June 30 1995
  • Applied Biology BSc (Hons) September 01 1990
  • Fellow Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) 2016
  • Member University & College Union (UCU) 2012
  • Full Member Society for General Microbiology (SGM) 1991

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Antimicrobial properties of Cu-based bulk metallic glass composites after surface modification, Villapun Puzas, V., Tardio, S., Cumpson, P., Burgess, J., Dover, L., Gonzalez Sanchez, S. 15 May 2019, In: Surface and Coatings Technology
  • Genomic analysis of a novel Rhodococcus (Prescottella) equi isolate from a bovine host, Paterson, M., Ranasinghe, D., Blom, J., Dover, L., Sutcliffe, I., Lopes, B., Sangal, V. 13 Jul 2019, In: Archives of Microbiology
  • Tuning the antimicrobial behaviour of Cu85Zr15 thin films in “wet” and “dry” conditions through structural modifications, Villapun Puzas, V., Cherian Lukose, C., Birkett, M., Dover, L., Gonzalez Sanchez, S. 25 Sep 2018, In: Surface and Coatings Technology
  • Tuning the Mechanical and Antimicrobial Performance of a Cu-Based Metallic Glass Composite through Cooling Rate Control and Annealing, Villapún, V., Esat, F., Bull, S., Dover, L., Gonzalez Sanchez, S. 6 May 2017, In: Materials
  • Antibacterial Metallic Touch Surfaces, Villapún, V., Dover, L., Cross, A., Gonzalez Sanchez, S. 29 Aug 2016, In: Materials
  • Conformational dynamics, ligand binding and effects of mutations in NirE an S-adenosyl-L-methionine dependent Methyltransferase, Singh, W., Karabencheva-Christova, T., Black, G., Ainsley, J., Dover, L., Christov, C. 29 Jan 2016, In: Scientific Reports
  • Synthesis of novel Iron(III) chelators based on triaza macrocycle backbone and 1-hydroxy-2(H)-pyridin-2-one coordinating groups and their evaluation as antimicrobial agents, Workman, D., Hunter, M., Dover, L., Tetard, D. Jul 2016, In: Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry
  • Structural characterisation of the virulence-associated protein VapG from the horse pathogen Rhodococcus equi, Okoko, T., Blagova, E., Whittingham, J., Dover, L., Wilkinson, A. Aug 2015, In: Veterinary Microbiology
  • Sterol 3β-glucosyltransferase biocatalysts with a range of selectivities, including selectivity for testosterone, Malik, V., Zhang, M., Dover, L., Northen, J., Flinn, A., Perry, J., Black, G. 2013, In: Molecular BioSystems
  • Current Status and Research Strategies in Tuberculosis Drug Development, Dover, L., Coxon, G. 2011, In: Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

PGR Supervision

  • Jonathan Thompson Iron Uptake and Homeostasis in the Veterinary Pathogen Rhodococcus Equi: An Integrated Omics Approach Start: 01/10/2015
  • Annesha Archyangelio Surgical Site Infection Prevention and Surveillance in Orthopaedic Surgery Start: 01/09/2013


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