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Dr Seth Racey

Assistant Professor

Department: Applied Sciences

Seth studied for a BSc (Hons) in Animal Biology at the University of St Andrew and a PhD in Genetics at the University of Leicester.Seth Racey

Seth teaches extensively on the Medical Diploma which is run in collaboration with St Georges University in Grenada in the Caribbean and on the undergraduate and postgraduate courses for Biomedical Sciences and Biotechnology. 

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  • Online laboratory simulations as a pedagogy to reduce anxiety and build confidence for student success, Racey, S., Akladi, R., Williams, L., Olley, L., Goodall, S., McCartney-Bulmer, K., Veuger, S. 5 Feb 2024, In: Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching
  • Quantifiable and Inexpensive Cell-Free Fluorescent Method to Confirm the Ability of Novel Compounds to Chelate Iron, Carter, A., Veuger, S., Racey, S. 23 Feb 2024, In: Journal of Visualized Experiments
  • Supporting the Biomedical Science UG Project Research Journey Through Staff-Student Partnerships, Veuger, S., Cookson, L., Creighton, H., Gallaher, S., Racey, S., Ridley, M., Robson, I. 29 May 2024, In: British Journal of Biomedical Science
  • Novel Iron Chelator SK4 Drives Cytotoxicity through Inhibiting Mitochondrial Metabolism in Ovarian and Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cell Lines, Abdelaal, G., Carter, A., Cheung, W., Panayiotidis, M., Racey, S., Tétard, D., Veuger, S. 24 Jul 2023, In: Biomedicines
  • The Role of Iron in DNA and Genomic Instability in Cancer, a Target for Iron Chelators That Can Induce ROS, Carter, A., Racey, S., Veuger, S. 10 Oct 2022, In: Applied Sciences
  • Assessment of a preclinical model for studying the survival and engraftment of human stem cell derived osteogenic cell populations following orthotopic implantation, Tremoleda, J., Khan, N., Mann, V., Racey, S., Martin, A., Simpson, H., Noble, B. Dec 2012, In: The Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions
  • The role of Cytochrome P450s towards the control of ticks and other arthropods, Sparagano, O., Graham, K., Finn, R., Racey, S., Bell-Sakyi, L. 2011, 7th Ticks and Tick-borne Pathogens International Conference
  • Bone tissue formation from human embryonic stem cells in vivo, Tremoleda, J., Forsyth, N., Khan, N., Wojtacha, D., Christodoulou, I., Tye, B., Racey, S., Collinshaw, S., Sottile, V., Thomson, A., Simpson, H., Noble, B., McWhir, J. 2008, In: Cloning and Stem Cells
  • Circadian rhythm gene regulation in the housefly Musca domestica, Codd, V., Dolezel, D., Stehlik, J., Piccin, A., Garner, K., Racey, S., Straatman, K., Louis, E., Costa, R., Sauman, I., Kyriacou, C., Rosato, E. 1 Nov 2007, In: Genetics
  • The hyalectan degrading ADAMTS-1 enzyme is expressed by osteoblasts and up-regulated at regions of new bone formation, Lind, T., McKie, N., Wendel, M., Racey, S., Birch, M. 1 Mar 2005, In: Bone

Genetics PhD September 01 1996


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