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Dr Annette Payne
Lecturer

Summary

Having gained a PhD in 1992 in Molecular Biology from the Royal Postgraduate Medical College, University of London I undertook two post doctorial positions; the first at the National Heart and Lung Institute, University of London researching the molecular biology of atherosclerosis, the second at The Institute of Ophthalmology, University of London researching the molecular genetics of retinal diseases, before joining Brunel University London Dept. of Bioscience in 2000. I have since transferred to the Department of Computer Science as my interest in computational biology grew. I have now additional research interests in technology and computer assisted learning, and the use of technology to monitor and manage medical conditions. I have over 100 peer reviewed publications many of them can be found on my Research Gate profile at http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Annette_Payne/publications/?dbw=true These publications highly cited over 2000 times by other researchers (RG score of over 35 most months, and a ISI h-index of 31). I a Research Interest Score that is higher than 92% of researchers in my field.

Qualifications

BSc Hons. Applied Biology

PhD Molcular and transcriptome analysis of HLA genes and immunoreactive proteins

PGCert Learning and Teaching

Accredited Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management

Responsibility

Serve on the University Ethics Committee

Member the Athena Swan Committee for the Department of Computer Science 

Serve on the University Safeguarding Committee

Recognised Programme Development Advisor for the University

Newest selected publications

Perera, MS., Suleman, S., Al Haque, S., Zahn, M., Payne, A., Fawaz, S., et al. (2022) 'Development of a human-based platform to assess adeno-associated viral vector genotoxicity'. HUMAN GENE THERAPY. pp. A39 - A40. ISSN: 1043-0342

Conference paper

Suleman, S., Payne, A., Bowden, J., Al Haque, S., Zhan, M., Fawaz, S., et al. (2022) 'Lentivirus tethering to the genome is associated with transcription factor binding sites that favour virus survival'.ESGCT Collaborative Virtual Congress. Virtual. 18 - 22 October. Mary Ann Liebert Inc. pp. A138 - A139. ISSN: 1043-0342

Conference paper

Karkia, R., Wali, S., Payne, A., Karteris, E. and Chatterjee, J. (2022) 'Diagnostic Accuracy of Liquid Biomarkers for the Non-Invasive Diagnosis of Endometrial Cancer: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis'. Cancers, 14 (19). pp. 4666 - 4666. ISSN: 2072-6694

Journal article

Suleman, S., Payne, A., Bowden, J., Al Haque, S., Zhan, M., Fawax, S., et al. (2022) 'HIV- 1 lentivirus tethering to the genome is associated with transcription factor binding sites found in genes that favour virus survival'. Gene Therapy (Basingstoke), 0 (in press). pp. 720 - 729. ISSN: 0969-7128 Open Access Link

Journal article

Payoe, S., Safa, A., Payne, A. and Stenbeck, G. (2022) 'Identification of differentially expressed immune receptor genes in osteosarcoma'. Bone Reports, 16. pp. 101489 - 101489. ISSN: 2352-1872

Journal article
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