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Professor Ian Day

Professor Ian Day

Professor Ian Day
MA(Oxon), MB,BChir, PhD(Cantab), FRCPath

Honorary Professor

Area of research

The genetics of cardiovascular diseases and risk factors

Office Room OS12
Oakfield House,
Oakfield Grove, Clifton BS8 2BN
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 3310097

Research summary

For the past two decades I have been fully and continuously engaged with clinical, laboratory and statistical aspects of genetic epidemiological population and family research studies.  I recognise the syntheses of systems biology and hypothesis-driven research, and of combining technologies effectively into biomedical and translational research in order to better understand cardiovascular disease.

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I qualified from the University of Oxford in 1980 with First Class Honours in Physiological Sciences and gained my medical degree with distinction from the University of Cambridge in 1982. My PhD, undertaken on an MRC Training Fellowship in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry in Cambridge, was in the protein chemistry, immunochemistry and molecular cloning of the protein PGP9.5 and its gene (UCHL1). I accredited in medical biochemistry and completed the MRCPath (in Chemical Pathology) in 1992. From 1992-1995 I held a BHF Intermediate Fellowship at UCLMS and from 1996-2000 was a Lister Institute Fellow. From 1997-2006 I was ...

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