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Dr Ardy Bayat - personal details

Contact details

Dr Ardy Bayat

Role: Clinician Scientist

Tel: +44 (0)161 306 5177

Location:

Miss Laura Harper
Secretary to Dr Ardeshir Bayat

Manchester Institute of Biotechnology,
University of Manchester,
131 Princess Street
Manchester
M1 7DN
England

Tel: +44 (0)161 306 0697

Email: laura.harper@manchester.ac.uk

Manchester Institute of Biotechnology

Bioengineering Research Group

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Research

Fax: +44 (0)161 306 5177

Websites

 

Biography

My initial exposure to research was a project on the process of wound healing as a first year medical student at UCL in London. This small study encouraged me to do a one year project in tissue repair as part of an intercalated BSc. During my basic surgical training, I worked on a number of clinical projects; however, it was not until completion of basic surgical training that I had the opportunity to continue with basic scientific research. Having completed a one year research fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons of England, I subsequently gained an MRC clinical training fellowship. This award led to a successful PhD in molecular genetics of scar formation at the University of Manchester. I then began my specialist training in Plastic Surgery. Since completion of my PhD, I continued to maintain an active research interest as a lecturer and was successful in achieving an NIHR clinician scientist award in plastic & reconstructive surgery research. Over the past few years, I have supervised numerous students who have successfully completed their research, given oral presentations in national and international meetings as well as published in peer reviewed scientific literature. My group comprises of several post docs, experimental officers, postgraduate students (PhD, MD, MSc, MRes), academic foundation doctors and elective medical students. I am currently based at the MIB (Manchester Institute of Biotechnology) Link MIB website. My international collaborators are from the USA, Europe, and Asia.

Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies

  • General Medical Council
  • British Medical Association
  • Medical Protection Society
  • Royal Society of Medicine
  • Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons
  • British Society for Cell Biology
  • Wound Healing Society
  • European Tissue Repair Society

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCS (Eng, Edin) PhD

Teaching

Medical students

Science and Bioengineering undergraduates and postgraduates

Academic Foundation trainees

Junior Surgical Trainees (Anatomy, pathology and principles of surgery on the Manchester MRCS course)

MIME, Tissue Engineering, Bioengineering and Medical Sciences MSc courses