Dr Alyson Moyes
Office: Briganita 138, Briganita Building, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG.
Contact Number: 01248 388778
- PhD: The effect of flexible ureterenoscopy, for the treatment of renal calculi, on leukocyte, endothelial and inflammatory markers, including clinical outcome measures
University of Chester, 2019
- Arall: PG Cert Higher Education Teaching and Learning
- BSc: Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
University of Chester, 2013
I joined the school of Medical Science back in October 2016 as a Lecturer in Medical Sciences, specialising in Clinical Physiology and Clinical Biochemistry.
I obtained my BSc in Biomedical Science from the University of Chester in 2012. Subsequently I went onto read for a PhD in Clinical Sciences while also completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching and Learning. I am a fellow of the Higher Education Academy as well as being an active member of the Institute of Biomedical Science and The Faculty of Physician Associates.
I am the programme lead for the newly deveoped Medical Biochemistry degree.
I teach across all taught undergraduate programmes including Medical Science, Biomedical Science and Medical Biology and Medical Biochemistry degrees, predominantly in biochemisty and physiology modules. I also contribute to the teaching at masters level on the Masters in Clinical Science and Masters in Biomedical Science programmes.
I am the module leader for: MSE-2003 Research Skills; MSE-2016 Clinical Biochemistry; MSE-2017 Vocational skills; MSE-3010 Applied Physiology; MSE-3018 Clinical Biochemistry and MSE-3008 Dissertation, and co-lead for MSE-4090 Blood Sciences.
I am also a contributing lecturer on MSE-1020 Biomedical Practicals as well as project supervisor for MSE-3008 Dissertations and MSE-3013 Research Projects.
Other roles include being a member of the SMS Board of Studies, member of the SMS Staff Student Liaison Committee, SMS library rep, SMS Disability tutor and SMS Athena Swan lead.
Current research interests lie in the surgical response at a cellular level of patients undergoing surgical treatments for nephrolithiasis. My PhD work focuses on the routine haematological, biochemical, inflammatory and endothelial response to surgery and the role of phagocytic leukocytes in patients undergoing flexible ureterenoscopy for the treatment of kidney stones.
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- CyhoeddwydA pilot study evaluating changes to haematological and biochemical tests after Flexible Ureterorenoscopy for the treatment of kidney stones
Moyes, A., Lamb, R. M., Ella-Tongwiis, P., Ahmed, I., Shergill, I. & Hughes, S. F., 6 Gorff 2017, Yn : PLoS ONE. 12, 7, e.0179599.
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