Dr Sarah Gretton
The Centre for Interdisciplinary Science
University of Leicester
After graduating with a BSc Hons in Medical Microbiology from the University of Edinburgh, I worked at the Centre for Infectious Diseases at the University of Edinburgh on the Epstein–Barr virus before embarking on PhD on the cellular biology of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) at the MRC Virology Unit at the University of Glasgow. Upon completion of my doctorate I continued working on HCV as a research fellow at the University of Leeds.
VGEC Second World Immersive Future Teaching Continuing professional development courses for teachers (Clone that Gene!) RSC Underpinning Science: Chemical Biology Resource Quality assurance and enhancement for BMJ Diabetes Course Sustainable Futures Teaching Fellows Forum
Jamel Mankouri, Philip R Tedbury, Sarah Gretton, Mair E Hughes, Stephen DC Griffin, et al., (2010). Enhanced hepatitis C virus genome replication and lipid accumulation mediated by inhibition of AMP-activated protein kinase. 107(25): 11549-11554.