- PhD - Studies into the growth survival and cell death of cancer cell lines, University of Sheffield Medical School
- BSc (Hons) Biochemistry - University of Wales, College of Cardiff
- 2008: PGCert TLHE
- 2006: Enrolled PG Cert Brunel University London
- 2001: College Certificate in Teaching Skills for Higher Education, Royal Holloway University of London
- Division Lead (Biosciences) (2017-)
- Member of Departmental Management Board (2017-)
- Associate Dean (Quality Assurance) (2014-17)
- Member of University Quality Assurance Committee (2014-17)
- Member of the Higher Education Review Working Group (2014-16)
- Member of College (CHLS) Management Board (2014-17)
- Member of College (CHLS) Education Committee (2014-17)
- Member of Departmental Academic Committee (2014-17)
- Associate Deputy Head of School (Learning and Teaching) (2012-14)
- Recognised Programme Developer (2015-)
Newest selected publications
Harvey, A. (2018) 'Overview of Cell Signaling Pathways in Cancer', in Badve, S. and Kumar, G. (eds.) Predictive Biomarkers in Oncology Applications in Precision Medicine. Springer. pp. 167 - 182. ISBN 10: 3319952277.
Chudasama, D., Bo, V., Hall, M., Anikin, V., Jeyaneethi, J., Gregory, J., (2017) 'Identification of novel cancer biomarkers of prognostic value using specific gene regulatory networks (GRN): a novel role of RAD51AP1 for ovarian and lung cancers'. Carcinogenesis, 39 (3). pp. 407 - 417. ISSN: 1460-2180 Open Access Linket al.
Harvey, A. and Hare, SH. (2017) 'mTOR Function and Therapeutic Targeting in Breast Cancer'. American Journal of Cancer Research, 7 (3). pp. 383 - 404. ISSN: 2156-6976 Open Access Link
Bourton, EC., Hussain, H., Plowman, PN., Harvey, AJ. and Parris, C. (2015) 'Radiosensitivity of Human Breast Cancer Cell Lines Expressing the Breast Tumor Kinase (Brk)'. Journal of Cancer Science and Therapy, 7 (3). pp. 95 - 101. ISSN: 1948-5956 Open Access Link
Pires, IM., Blokland, NJG., Broos, AWT., Poujade, F-A., Senra, JM., Eccles, SA., (2014) 'HIF-1α-independent hypoxia-induced rapid PTK6 stabilization is associated with increased motility and invasion'. Cancer Biology and Therapy, 15 (10). pp. 1350 - 1357. ISSN: 1538-4047 Open Access Linket al.