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Dr Andrew Nelson

Senior Lecturer

Department: Applied Sciences

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Establishment and lineage dynamics of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in the UK, Du Plessis, L., Mccrone, J., Zarebski, A., Hill, V., Ruis, C., Gutierrez, B., Raghwani, J., Ashworth, J., Colquhoun, R., Connor, T., Faria, N., Jackson, B., Loman, N., O’toole, Á., Nicholls, S., Parag, K., Scher, E., Vasylyeva, T., Volz, E., Watts, A., Bogoch, I., Khan, K., Aanensen, D., Kraemer, M., Rambaut, A., Pybus, O., Bashton, M., Smith, D., Young, G., Nelson, A. 8 Jan 2021, In: Science
  • Fetal membrane bacterial load is increased in histologically confirmed inflammatory chorioamnionitis: A retrospective cohort study, Hockney, R., Waring, G., Taylor, G., Cummings, S., Robson, S., Orr, C., Nelson, A. 1 Feb 2020, In: Placenta
  • The Impact of NOD2 Genetic Variants on the Gut Mycobiota in Crohn’s Disease Patients in Remission and in Individuals Without Gastrointestinal Inflammation, Nelson, A., Stewart, C., Kennedy, N., Lodge, J., Tremelling, M., Probert, C., Parkes, M., Mansfield, J., Smith, D., Hold, G., Lees, C., Bridge, S., Lamb, C. 29 Oct 2020, In: Journal of Crohn's and Colitis
  • YerA41, a Yersinia ruckeri Bacteriophage: Determination of a Non-Sequencable DNA Bacteriophage Genome via RNA-Sequencing, Leskinen, K., Pajunen, M., Vilanova, M., Kiljunen, S., Nelson, A., Smith, D., Skurnik, M. 5 Jun 2020, In: Viruses
  • An evaluation of methods for the isolation of nontuberculous mycobacteria from patients with cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis and patients assessed for lung transplantation, Stephenson, D., Perry, A., Appleby, M., Lee, D., Davison, J., Johnston, A., Jones, A., Nelson, A., Bourke, S., Thomas, M., de Soyza, A., Lordan, J., Lumb, J., Robb, A., Samuel, J., Walton, K., Perry, J. 21 Jan 2019, In: BMC Pulmonary Medicine
  • Decontamination, Stephenson, D., Nelson, A., Perry, J., Jones, A. 2019
  • Microbiome acquisition during larval settlement of the barnacle Semibalanus balanoides, Aldred, N., Nelson, A. 28 Jun 2019, In: Biology Letters
  • Mucosal lactoferrin response to genital tract infections is associated with iron and nutritional biomarkers in young Burkinabé women, Roberts, S., Brabin, L., Diallo, S., Gies, S., Nelson, A., Stewart, C., Swinkels, D., Geurts-moespot, A., Kazienga, A., Ouedraogo, S., D’Alessandro, U., Tinto, H., Brabin, B. 1 Nov 2019, In: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
  • Temperate bacteriophages from chronic Pseudomonas aeruginosa lung infections show disease-specific changes in host range and modulate antimicrobial susceptibility, Tariq, M., Everest, F., Cowley, L., Wright, R., Holt, G., Ingram, H., Duignan, L., Nelson, A., Lanyon, C., Perry, A., Perry, J., Bourke, S., Brockhurst, M., Bridge, S., de Soyza, A., Smith, D. 27 Aug 2019, In: mSystems
  • Excess Mucin Impairs Subglottic Epithelial Host Defense in Mechanically Ventilated Patients, Powell, J., Garnett, J., Mather, M., Cooles, F., Nelson, A., Verdon, B., Scott, J., Jiwa, K., Ruchaud-sparagano, M., Cummings, S., Perry, J., Wright, S., Wilson, J., Pearson, J., Ward, C., Simpson, A. 9 Feb 2018, In: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine


  • Microbiology PhD September 01 2007
  • Biomedical Scientist Health & Care Professional Council (HCPC) 2013
  • Early Career Scientist Society for General Microbiology (SGM) 2013

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