Dr Paul Glynn
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
University of Leicester
I joined the former department of Cell Physiology & Pharmacology as an honorary lecturer in 2010. I’m enjoying teaching after a career at the lab bench in research-only institutes.
Physiology, pharmacology and pathology, particularly of the nervous system. My aim is to contribute to departmental research projects in these areas.
Moser, M, Li, Y, Vaupel, K, Kretzschmar, D Kluge, R, Glynn, P, Buttner, R (2004) Placental failure and impaired vasculogenesis result in embryonic lethality for neuropathy target esterase-deficient mice. Mol. Cell. Biol. 24, 1667-1679.
Read, DJ, Li, Y, Chao, MV, Cavanagh, JB, Glynn, P (2009) Neuropathy target esterase is required for adult vertebrate axon maintenance. J. Neuroscience 29, 11594-11600.