Dr Dylan Jones
Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences (Haematology & Human Physiology)
- Arall: PgCert in Higher Education.
- PhD: Single nucleotide polymorphisms (rs1811399) and their potential impact on microRNA regulation.
- BSc: Gwyddora Biofeddygol.
Module lead for MSE-0003 History of Medicine, MSE-0004 Humans: Structure & Function, MSE-1021 Human Physiology, MSE-2006 Clinical Physiology, MSE-2015 Haematology & Transfusion, MSE-2026 Applied Clinical Technologies, MSE-3015 Haematology, MSE-4062 Diagnostic Sciences, MSE-4069 Applied Diagnostics Sciences, MSE-4090 Blood Sciences.
Contributing lecturer on MSE-1018 Clinical Sciences in Practice, MSE-1017 Key Skills in Medical Science, MSE-1019 Good Laboratory Practice, MSE-1020 Biomedical Practicals, MSE-2003 Research Skills, MSE-2017 Vocational Skills, MSE-3018 Clinical Biochemistry.
Project supervisor for MSE-3013 Research Project and MSE-3008 Dissertation. Dissertation subjects of interest include: role of polymorphisms in genetic regulatory regions, molecular evolution of virulence factors, antibiotic resistance, haematological malignancies and the role of genomics in their detection & management.
Other roles include member of the SMS Board of Studies, member of the SMS Staff Student Liaison Committee and exams officer for SMS.
Currently conducting research into:
- The impact of digital pedagogies on student attainment.
- The evolution of virulence in historically significant pathogens.
- The impact of polymorphisms in health and disease.
- The antimicrobial activity of plant extracts.
’Rydwyf yn fodlon goruchwylio cwrs PhD