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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Name: Malcolm Maden Date of Birth: 23.8.50 Nationality: British Degrees: BSc Biological Sciences University of Birmingham 1969-1972 PhD Genetics University of Birmingham 1972-1975 Current appointment: Professor Employer: University of Florida Location: Department of Zoology, Rm 326 Bartram Hall, PO Box 118525 Previous positions: 1996 - 2008 Professor of Developmental Biology, King’s College London 1992 – 1996 Reader in Experimental Embryology, King's College London 1989 - 1992 Lecturer in Anatomy, King’s College London 1978 - 1989 Scientist, National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill, London 1975 - 1978 Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Sussex Key career achievements: Over 160 scientific publications Obtaining continued significant research funding. Inducing regeneration of adult rodent CNS. Inducing regeneration of adult rodent lung alveoli. Commercialising my research and obtaining 3 patents. Major contribution to medical and science teaching. Significant contribution to University administration and departmental organization. Research interests: The role of retinoids in development and regeneration. Current and past teaching Functional Vertebrate Anatomy ZOO3713, spring semester Embryology to MBBSI, BDSI and MBBSII students Histology and Cell Biology to MBBSI and BDSI students 3rd year course (1c.u.) for Anatomy & Human Biology, other science students and intercalated medics entitled “Mechanisms of Development” Various other lectures on developmental biology throughout Biomedical Science courses such as Pharmacology/Toxicology Schools Outreach Programme lecture on cloning Anatomical dissection of the human cadaver, 1.5 year course to medical students.
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2 Full embryology course to medical and dental students (10hrs) Graduate students trained Stella Keeble, 1986; Claire Gribbin, 1987; Emily Gale, 1996; Claire Horton, 1996; Tom Stratford, 1997; Christine Parkinson, 2001; Aida Blentic, 2002; Leigh Wilson, 2003; Matthew Hind, 2003; Susan Reijntjes, 2005; Sian Stinchcombe, 2009. Current student, Teala Tyson. PhD examinations More than 30 PhD theses examined throughout the UK as well as 1 in Utrecht, Holland University administration Divisional Research Committee member 1992-1995 Ethics review panel member 2005-2008 University examining External examiner to University College London Anatomy & Developmental Biology Honours 1992-1995 External examiner to Edinburgh University Developmental Biology Honours course 2001- 2004 External examiner to University College London Anatomy & Developmental Biology Honours 2003-2006 Public Service Member of the Genes and Developmental Biology board of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (one of the 3 funding agencies in the UK) 2004-2007. Refereeing grant proposals for Wellcome Trust, MRC and other charities
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