Dr Rachel Davies
Lecturer (Education focused)
After graduating with a BA in Biochemistry from Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, I moved to London to do a PhD on human papillomavirus and cervical cancer. This stimulated my interest in cancer research which I further extended as a post-doctoral scientist. Initially, I worked on Wilms’ Tumour, a childhood kidney cancer, in Edinburgh and later on breast cancer in Cambridge. I then moved to the Institute of Human Genetics in Newcastle where I ran the MSc in Medical Genetics.
I teach molecular medicine throughout the curriculum, particularly focusing on genetics. I hope that my teaching will provide a secure foundation in molecular aspects of medicine for doctors as they progress through medical school and into practice, and inspire a subset of students to pursue these aspects further.
- Academic lead for assessment
- Module controller MD4001
- Strand leader ‘Molecular Medicine’ MD4002
- Personal tutor
- Academic Misconduct Offer
Research Overview from research@st-andrews
Recent publications listed in research@st-andrews2 (of 2 published available) for rcd21. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Journal of Virology 2017 vol.91
Journal of the Operational Research Society 1987 vol.38 pp.693-700