Dr Julie Andrews (PhD, BSc, MI Biol) - personal details
Role: Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy
Tel: +44 (0)161 275 2400
Fax: 0161 275 2396
Dr Andrews initially trained as a biologist and then went on to study the damaging effects of radiation in bacteria, for her PhD project. This was followed by the award of a Royal Society European Fellowship, which allowed her to continue these studies under the supervision of Prof Ulrich Hagen at the GSF in Munich, Germany. While in Germany she worked primarily on yeast cultures and began to explore the molecular aspects of DNA repair. On returning to the UK in 1983, she became a part of the UK Protein Engineering Group and then developed collaborations with Prof Gordon Roberts (Leicester University) for NMR studies and with Prof. Steve Benkovic (Penn State, USA) for enzyme kinetic studies of dihydrofolate reductase. She also spent 6 months as a visiting scientist at Penn State, before returning to the UK to take up the post of lecturer at the University of Manchester in 1988.
Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies
Previous External Examiner at the Universities of Bath, Leeds, Southampton and UCLAN at UG and PG level
1994 - 2002 - Editorial Advisor Biochemical Journal
Reviewer for several Biochemical/ Pharmacology journals
Member of the Biochemical Society
Member of the Editorial Board of "Drug Target Insights"
Member of the eAssessment Association
1982 - MI Biol - Institute of Biology, London
1981 - PhD - School of Pharmacy, University of Manchester
1978 - BSc (Hons) - School of Biological Sciences, University of Manchester
Deputy Module Leader plus Cell Biology and Biochemistry in PHAR 10300 "The Patient" Level 1
Endocrinology and Pharmacogenetics in PHAR 30300 "The Patient" Level 3
Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics in PHAR 40300 "Preparing for Practice"
Supervision of fourth year project students
Supervision of PhD and MPhil students
Assistant Director MSc in Modelling and Simulation
Module Leader Pharmacogenomics and Stratified Medicine in MSc Genomic Medicine