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Dr. Ellen Hatch

Lecturer in Pharmacology

My Research Vision

As an early career researcher I have worked in many fields and have a wide range of technical experience. More recently I have taken advantage of my molecular expertise to investigate the role of mitochondrial mutations as a potential biomarker for aging, more specifically oxidative stress-induced damage.

BIOGRAPHY

My research interests focus on the response of skin to ultraviolet radiation (UV) specifically the use of mitochondrial DNA as a biomarker of UV exposure, the role of mitochondria in UV-induced oxidative stress and the potential use of antioxidants to reduce damage.

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Lecturer in Pharmacology

Building: James Starley
Room: JS146
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