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These guys did the Thesis with us

PhD Thesis

As Principal Supervisor

  • Mr Jude Ihugba....writting up....almost there!

  • Dr Sathishkumar Kurusamy (2017) A novel selective inhibitor for Plasma Membrane Calcium ATPase 4 improves VEGF-mediated angiogenesis. University of Wolverhampton. ​

  • Dr Rhiannon Baggott (2014) Role of the plasma membrane calcium ATPase as a negative regulator of angiogenesis. University of Wolverhampton.

  • Dr Mary Holton (2009) PMCA as a regulator of calcium/calmodulin dependent signal transduction pathways. University of Wolverhampton.

  • Dr Adam Pickard (2007) A functional investigation of the PMCA4b-RASSF1A interaction, and of RASSF1A in a cellular model of hypertrophy. University of Manchester.

  • Dr Mamta Buch (2007) Identifying a Functional Interaction between the Plasma Membrane Calcium ATPase Pump and Calcineurin - A Potential Role in Cardiac Hypertrophy. University of Manchester.

As Second Supervisor​​

  • Dr Patricia Tawari (2016) Investigation of chemoresistant mechanisms in triple negative breast cancer cell lines and development of a nano-enabled Disulfiram for breast cancer treatment. University of Wolverhampton.

  • Dr Vino Kannappan (2015) Investigation of the anticancer activity and molecular mechanisms of Disulfiram in Glioblastoma Multiforme. University of Wolverhampton.

  • Dr Peng Liu (2015) Investigation of the anti-breast cancer efficacy and mechanisms of disulfiram. University of Wolverhampton.

  • Dr Xiaoxia Guo (2009) Nuclear Factor Kappa B Pathway and human cancer therapeutics. University of Wolverhampton.

MPhil by Research

As Principal Supervisor

  • Miss Krithika Kalyanakrishnan....writing up....almost there!

  • Miss Reshma Naomi Ranjit Immanuel (2021) Regulation of VEGF-activated signalling by the Plasma Membrane Calcium ATPase 4 in endothelial cells. University of Wolverhampton.

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