Dr Eve Kelland
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Dr Eve Kelland

Associate Professor in Biomedical Sciences (Neuroscience)

School of Biomedical Sciences (Faculty of Health)

Biography

Biography

Associate Professor

Lecturer in Neuroscience

Qualifications

1999 B.Sc. (Hons) Medical Biochemistry, University of Surrey

2004 Ph.D. Pharmacology and Neurobiology, University of Surrey (Mechanisms of excitotoxicity in oligodendrocyte progenitor cells)


Professional membership

Member International Women in Multiple Sclerosis (iWiMS)

Roles on external bodies

I have served as member (since 2016) and Chair (since 2019) of the Glial Pilot Grant Study Section Committee for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, USA . Within this capacity I have also served as a reviewer for numerous national and international study sections including the National Institutes of Health (USA), Medical Research Council (UK), French National Research Agency (France) and the Fast Forward Scientific and Business Advisory Committee (National Multiple Sclerosis Society, USA). I have also served as a grant reviewer for several internal research funding programs during my faculty appointment with the University of Southern California.

I review manuscripts for a range of journals including the Journal of Neurochemistry, Neuroreport, the Journal of Microbiology and Experimentation and the Journal of Visual Experimentation (JoVE).

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching interests

Module Lead, Contemporary Applications in Neurobiology (BHCS5012), Plymouth University Biomedical Masters Degree Programme

Module Lead, Current Issues in Neurobiology (BHCS3007), Plymouth University Biomedical and Human Biosciences Undergraduate Degree Programme

Lecturer, Basic and Clinical Neuroscience (BHCS5011), Plymouth University Biomedical Masters Degree Programme

Lecturer, Biology of Disease (BHCS2001), Plymouth University Biomedical and Human Biosciences Undergraduate Degree Programme

Lecturer, Systems Physiology: Function and Dysfunction (BHCS2018), Plymouth University Biomedical and Human Biosciences Undergraduate Degree Programme

Lecturer, Study Skills and Personal Development (BHCS1011), Plymouth University Human Biosciences Undergraduate Degree Programme

Lecturer, Biomedical Investigation and Experimentation (BHCS1001), Plymouth University Biomedical and Human Biosciences Undergraduate Degree Programme