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Jennifer Stott is a lecturer in Molecular Pharmacology. She has been a core team member on the Clinical Pharmacology BSc since its inception in 2019 and has been extensively involved in the design and implementation of the innovative curriculum and content used on the programme.

Jennifer is the Module Lead for Y1 Fundamentals of Science, Y2 Research Projects and Y3 Disease and Drug Targets A. She is also the Module Lead for Y1 and 2 Laboratory Skills. She also contributes to teaching on the Biomedical Science BSc and MPharm degrees. 

Jennifer is a research active lecturer and is involved in the supervision of BSc, Masters and PhD level students. She is always open to hosting any students who would like to gain some research experience!

 

Research interests: understanding the physiological roles of ion channels and cellular signalling pathways in controlling vascular tone in health and disease

Jennifer Stott joined St George's in 2013 as a post doctoral researcher working on the role of ion channels in the regulation of vascular tone. This work led to further research funding by the British Heart Foundation, several key publications and awards. She was appointed as a Lecturer in Molecular Pharmacology in 2019.

Jennifer is a member of the British Pharmacological Society and the Physiological Society

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