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Dr Victoria Moye

Dr Victoria Moye

Senior Lecturer (E&S) in Biomedical Sciences

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 01392 725980

 Medical School Building 

 

Medical School Building, St Luke's Campus, Magdalen Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Vikki received a BSc (Hons) in Molecular Biology from the University of Surrey in 1997 and in 2001 completed a PhD in Cancer Studies at the University of Liverpool studying mechanisms of breast cancer metastasis (Dr Barraclough and Prof Rudland). Subsequently Vikki worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Child Health in London (Prof Latchman) where she studied the role of transcription factors in cervical cancer using inducible cell systems and viral vectors.

During her undergraduate degree Vikki undertook a professional training year in the Retinoblastoma Screening Unit, London (Dr Onadim).  During this year Vikki developed a passion for human genetics and its application to healthcare, therefore in 2003 she moved to Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge and undertook training to become a Clinical Scientist in Molecular Genetics.  In 2007 Vikki registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) as a Clinical Scientist and in 2009 Vikki passed the the Royal College of Pathologists Part 1 examination in Molecular Genetics and obtained Diplomate Membership of Royal College of Pathologists.Vikki is currently a regional Public Engagement Officer  for the Royal College of Pathologists helping facilitate public engagement in pathology in the South West.

As a Clinical Scientist Vikki has undertaken routine molecular genetic testing and reporting for a variety of inhertied disorders including Cystic Fibrosis, Huntington disease, Muscular Dystrophy and inhertited forms of cancer including Lynch Syndrome and Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia.  Additionally as a departmental training officer Vikki has trained and mentored pre-registration Clinical Scientists and Practioners and has been involved in the Modernising Scientific Careers training programmes since their pilot in 2009. Vikki completed the Modernising Scientific Careers Train the Trainer programme in 2011.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) (Surrey) (1997)

PhD (Liverpool) (2001)

HCPC Registration (2007)

DipRCPath (2009)

Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (Exeter) (2014)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2014)

Research

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Publications by category


Journal articles

Moye VE, Owens M, Ellard S (2014). Can you spot the mosaic mutation? a case for repeat sequence analysis. The Newsletter of the British Society for Genetic Medicine(50), 34-34. Abstract.
Moye VE, Barraclough R, West C, Rudland PS (2004). Osteopontin expression correlates with adhesive and metastatic potential in metastasis-inducing DNA-transfected rat mammary cell lines. Br J Cancer, 90(9), 1796-1802. Abstract.  Author URL.

Conferences

Phillips J, Hulse A, Ellard S, Moye VE (2013). Case report: a novel PHEX mutation in a female with X-linked hypo-phosphataemic rickets. 41st Meeting of the British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes. 13th - 15th Nov 2013. Abstract.

Publications by year


2014

Moye VE, Owens M, Ellard S (2014). Can you spot the mosaic mutation? a case for repeat sequence analysis. The Newsletter of the British Society for Genetic Medicine(50), 34-34. Abstract.

2013

Phillips J, Hulse A, Ellard S, Moye VE (2013). Case report: a novel PHEX mutation in a female with X-linked hypo-phosphataemic rickets. 41st Meeting of the British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes. 13th - 15th Nov 2013. Abstract.

2004

Moye VE, Barraclough R, West C, Rudland PS (2004). Osteopontin expression correlates with adhesive and metastatic potential in metastasis-inducing DNA-transfected rat mammary cell lines. Br J Cancer, 90(9), 1796-1802. Abstract.  Author URL.

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Vikki has a strong interest in training and enthusing our future scientists and doctors and involved in teaching on both the BMBS and BSc Medical Sciences programmes:

MSc Genomic Medicine

Deputy Programme Lead

Module Lead for HPDM038 (Molecular Pathology of Cancer and Application in Cancer Diagnosis, Screening and Treatment

Moedule Lead for HPDM039 (Pharmacogenomics and Stratified Healthcare)

BMBS:

Small group facilitator (PBL, SSU, LSRC) 

Lecturer

BSc Medical Sciences:

Research Project Module Lead (CSC4020) 

Pharmacogenomics module lead(CSC4005) 

Lecturer

Small Group facilitator

Academic Tutor

 

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