Charlotte Lee

roleCharlotte

PhD student

qualifications

MRes. Biomedical and Translational Science, King’s College London, London, UK, 2014
MSc Cardiovascular Research, King’s College London, UK,2013
BSc (Hons) Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Bath, Bath, UK, 2012

research project title(s)

Targeting the innate immune response using cytotopic therapeutic agents to prevent early cell loss following hepatocyte transplantation

core expertise

Primary hepatocytes
Protein therapeutics
Cell biology

contact

charlotte.lee@kcl.ac.uk
+44 203 299 1545

main publications

Targeting the Innate Immune Response using Cytotopic Therapeutic Agents to Prevent Early Cell Loss After Hepatocyte Transplantation.
Lee,C., Fitzpatrick E., Hughes R., Mitry R., Chitongo P., Filippi C., Lehec S., Smith R., Dhawan A. International Liver Transplantation Society meeting. Accepted for oral presentation in the Rising Star Symposium – Chicago – August 2015

Targeting coagulation activation using cytoptopic therapeutic agents to prevent early cell loss after hepatocyte transplantation.
Lee C., Fitzpatrick E., Hughes R., Mitry R., Chitongo P., Filippi C., Lehec S., Patel R., Arya R., Smith R., Dhawan A. European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition meeting. Oral presentation in the Hepatology Parallel session  – Amsterdam – May 2015

Contrast-enhanced cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging of coronary vessel wall: state of art.
Kuo Y.-S., Kelle S., Lee C., Hinojar R., Nagel E., Botnar R., & Puntmann V.O. (2014). Expert Rev Cardiovasc Ther. 2014 Feb;12(2):255-63. doi: 10.1586/14779072.2014.877838.

The effect of lymphocyte subtypes on Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Phenotype and Function during aortic aneurysm re-modelling.
Lee C., Attia R., Papaexopoulou N., Young C., Modarai B., Smith A.  Society for Cardiovascular Surgery Annual Conference. Accepted for oral presentation in the Adult Cardiac Clinical Parallel 5 – Bob Bonser Aortic Symposium – 2014

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