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Dr Hannah Walden

Senior Lecturer

Department: Applied Sciences

Dr Hannah Walden is a Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences who joined Northumbria University in May 2011. She holds a degree in Biomedical Sciences (BSc Hons) from the University of Durham and a PhD from the University of Newcastle. Her PhD investigating the potential for xenobiotic incorporation to trigger autoimmunity in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis was conducted in the laboratory of Professor David E J Jones.

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Profiling inflammation and tissue injury markers in perfusate and bronchoalveolar lavage fluid during human ex vivo lung perfusion, Andreasson, A., Karamanou, D., Gillespie, C., Özalp, F., Butt, T., Hill, P., Jiwa, K., Walden, H., Green, N., Borthwick, L., Clark, S., Pauli, H., Gould, K., Corris, P., Ali, S., Dark, J., Fisher, A. 7 Dec 2016, In: European Journal of Cardio-thoracic Surgery
  • The effect of ex vivo lung perfusion on microbial load in human donor lungs, Andreasson, A., Karamanou, D., Perry, J., Perry, A., Ӧzalp, F., Butt, T., Morley, K., Walden, H., Clark, S., Prabhu, M., Corris, P., Gould, K., Fisher, A., Dark, J. 13 Jan 2014, In: The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation
  • Competitors who choose to be red have higher testosterone levels, Farrelly, D., Slater, R., Elliot, H., Walden, H., Wetherell, M. Oct 2013, In: Psychological Science
  • A small molecule agonist of the chemokine receptor CXCR3 prevents experimental graft-versus-host disease, O'Boyle, G., Barker, C., Mavin, E., Wang, X., Fox, C., Walden, H., Willet, J., Hine, D., Palmer, J., Lamb, C., Douglass, S., Ali, S., Kirby, J. 2013, In: Immunology
  • Chemokine receptor CXCR3 agonist prevents human T-cell migration in a humanized model of arthritic inflammation, O'Boyle, G., Fox, C., Walden, H., Willet, J., Mavin, E., Hine, D., Palmer, J., Barker, C., Lamb, C., Ali, S., Kirby, J. 2012, In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  • The Effect of Ex-Vivo Perfusion on the Inflammatory Profile of the Donor Lung, Karamanou, D., Walden, H., Bean, S., Prabhu, M., Clark, S., Simpson, A., Corris, P., Dark, J., Fisher, A. Apr 2010, ISHLT 30th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions
  • The Effect of Ex-Vivo Perfusion on the Inflammatory Cytokine Profile of the Donor Lung, Karamanou, D., Walden, H., Bean, S., Pauli, H., Clark, S., Simpson, A., Corris, P., Fisher, A., Dark, J. Mar 2010, Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in Great Britain and Ireland Annual Meeting
  • The Effect of Ex-Vivo Perfusion on the Inflammatory Profile of the Donor Lung, Karamanou, D., Walden, H., Bean, S., Prabhu, M., Clark, S., Simpson, A., Corris, P., Dark, J., Fisher, A. Feb 2010, In: The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation
  • The effect of ex vivo lung perfusion on proinflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines in the human lung, Karamanou, D., Bean, S., Prabhu, M., Walden, H., Clark, S., Corris, P., Dark, J., Fisher, A. 2009, In: Thorax
  • Xenobiotic incorporation into pyruvate dehydrogenase complex can occur via the exogenous lipoylation pathway, Walden, H., Kirby, J., Yeaman, S., Gray, J., Jones, D., Palmer, J. Dec 2008, In: Hepatology

Qualifications

  • Biomedical Science PhD May 01 2005
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2014

PGR Supervision

Kathryn Gray T cell responses to ursodeoxycholic acid and antibody profiles in Primary Biliary Cholangitis Start: 06/10/2015


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