Dr David Bishop-Bailey
Dr David Bishop-Bailey is the founder and Director of The North Cornwall Research Institute. He currently is a Fellow of the British Pharmacological Society, the Higher Education Authority, and the Zoological Society of London.
Dr Bishop-Bailey initially studied for a degree in Pharmacology at Kings College London. During this BSc he had the opportunity to work for a year in the lab of the Nobel Laureate Sir John Vane at the William Harvey Research Institute (WHRI), London, UK with Prof Chis Thiemermann and Prof Jane Mitchell. After the award of his BSc, he then was awarded a British Heart Foundation PhD studentship at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London in the group of Prof Tim Williams, FRS with Prof Jane Mitchell whom he followed over from the WHRI. After completing his PhD, he then went to train with Prof Tim Hla at the University of Connecticut Health Center, where they initiated a research programme on nuclear receptors, before returning to the WHRI in Prof Tim Warner's group after obtaining a British Heart Foundation Intermediate Fellowship. In 2002 Dr Bishop-Bailey was then awarded a a British Heart Foundation Basic Science Lectureship and in 2004 was appointed as Senior Lecturer. After 13 years at the WHRI, Dr Bishop-Bailey then moved at between 2013-2019 to the Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London.
Dr Parinaaz Jalali, 2016-2020. MRC- CASE funded PhD student.
Epoxygenase product regulation of acute.
inflammation and resolution in humans.
Currently: Post-doctoral research fellow, UC
Dr Scott Thomson, 2012-2015. BHF funded Post-doctoral research fellow.
Project: The function and regulation of epoxygenases in inflammatory cell types and during the resolution of inflammation.
Currently: Research Fellow, UCL.
Dr Leo Moraes. 2004-2006. Barts RAB funded post-doctoral fellow.
Project: Nuclear receptors in monocytes and platelets
Currently: Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore
Dr Jessica Wray, 2002, 2004-2007
BHF funded PhD student.
Epoxygenase CYP2J2 activation of PPAR nuclear receptors
Currently: Research Fellow, University of Oxford
Dr Laura Piqueras. 2004-2006.
Visiting research fellow.
PPARd regulation of angiogenesis and inflammation
Currently: Principle investigator, University of Valencia
Kavin Abelak, Bloomsbury Colleges PhD Studentship with Dr Irilenia Nobeli (Birkbeck, University of London).
Project: Molecular modelling of epoxygenase enzymes
Dr Yoyo Li, 2004-2007.
BHF funded PhD student.
FXR regulation of vascular inflammation
Currently: Lab manager, Imperial College London
Dr Karen Swales, 2004-2008
Wellcome Trust Funded Post doc. Barts and the London funded fellowship.
FXR in vascular inflammation and breast cancer. Xenosensing of the vasculature by PXR and CAR
Currently: Senior Scientific Officer, The Institute of Cancer Research
Dr Jonas Bystrom, 2009-2011
BHF funded post-doc.
CYP2J2 regulation of macrophage phenotypes
Currently: Research fellow, WHRI
Leicester BSCR meeting circa 2005