Prof Stephen Sturzenbaum, BSc, PhD, DSc
I am the Course Director and Admissions Tutor of the Biomedical and Molecular Sciences Research (BMSR) MSc/MRes and Deputy Director of the MSci Biochemistry. I also lead numerous postgraduate modules of the BMSR MSc/MRes, Biochemistry MSci and the Molecular Genetics MSci.
DSc (Doctor of Science, a senior doctorate), Title: Toxicogenomics of Terrestrial Worms awarded by Cardiff University
Professor of Toxicogenomics, Analytical and Environmental Sciences Division, King's College London
Completion of "HeadStart" the Academic Leadership Development Programme.
King's Graduate School Supervisory Excellence Award (SEA).
2011 - 2014:
Reader in Toxicogenomics, Analytical and Environmental Sciences Division, King's College London.
Member of the Natural
Environmental Research Council (NERC) Peer
Postgraduate Certificate of Academic Practice (PGCAP), King's College London.
2008 - 2011:
Senior Lecturer, Pharmaceutical Sciences Division, King's College London.
2006 - 2008:
Royal Society University Research Fellow and Group Leader at King's College London, Pharmaceutical Sciences Division. Research interest: Functional control and molecular mechanisms of metal homeostasis in C.elegans.
Merit Award, Royal Society.
Royal Society MP-Scientist Pairing Scheme.
ILM Quality Assured Award: Fundamentals of Supervision.
Nicole and I got married on Hayman Island, Queensland, Australia (want proof?)
2001 - 2002:
Royal Society and DFG funded research visit (18 months): Institute of Neurogenetics, Munich, Germany. Topic: C.elegans Toxicogenomics (Host: Prof Baumeister).
2000 - 2006:
Royal Society University Research Fellow and Group Leader at the School of Biosciences, Cardiff University, UK. Research interest: Functional control and molecular mechanisms of metal homeostasis in C.elegans.
Swiss Fellowship (6 months): Institute of Molecular Biology, Zurich, Switzerland. Topic: Invertebrate genomics and transcription factors (Host: Prof Schaffner).
1997 - 2000:
NERC Research Associate: School of Molecular and Medical Biosciences. Title: Functional characterization of earthworm metallothioneins.
Visiting Fellowship funded by the Dutch Government (4 months): Institute of Nematology, Wageningen, The Netherlands. Heat shock proteins in nematodes (Host: Prof Kammenga).
1995 - 1996:
NERC funded Research Assistantship: School of Molecular and Medical Biosciences, Cardiff University, UK. Molecular genetic responses of earthworms to heavy metals.
1994 - 1997:
Williams Scholarship for a Ph.D.: School of Molecular and Medical Biosciences, Cardiff University, UK. Title: Molecular genetic responses of earthworms to heavy metals.
1991 - 1994:
B.Sc. Ecology and Environmental Management: School of Pure and Applied Biology, Cardiff University, UK. Final year project: Ca and Sr relationship in earthworms.
1990 - 1991:
Months of hard work in a chocolate factory!
Abitur (A-levels) in Dahn, Germany.
I was born in London, UK on the 23/10/1970.
King's College London
- Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine
- Analytical and Environmental Science Division
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