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Dr Emma Taylor

Dr Emma Taylor

Senior Lecturer (E&S)

 5924

 +44 (0) 1392 725924

 College House G06

 

College House, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

 Office hours:

8.30-5.30 Monday-Thursday and alternate Fridays.

Open Office hours for students: Every Tuesday during term time: 11am - 1pm.  

Overview

Dr Emma Taylor is a teaching-focused Senior Lecturer within the College of Medicine and Health, and the Programme Director of the BSc Medical Sciences degree programme. She joined the University of Exeter in November 2006, initially as a Research Fellow, but over the subsequent years has transitioned into a teaching role. She has previously held roles as Academic Lead for Employability and Careers, Academic Misconduct Officer and Deputy Director of BSc Medical Sciences, and took over as Programme Director in September 2019. 

Qualifications

PhD in Cardiovascular Biology (2004), University of Edinburgh.

BSc (Hons.) Pharmacology-Physiology with Certificate of Industry (1999), University of Leeds.

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Research

Publications

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Publications by category


Journal articles

Knight AR, Taylor EL, Lukaszewski R, Winyard PG (2018). A high-sensitivity electrochemiluminescence-based ELISA for the measurement of the oxidative stress biomarker, 3-nitrotyrosine, in human blood serum and cells. Free Radical Biology and Medicine
Frijhoff J, Winyard PG, Zarkovic N, Davies SS, Stocker R, Cheng D, Knight AR, Taylor EL, Oettrich J, Ruskovska T, et al (2015). Clinical Relevance of Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress. Antioxid Redox Signal, 23(14), 1144-1170. Abstract.  Author URL.
Taylor EL, Armstrong KR, Perrett D, Hattersley AT, Winyard PG (2015). Optimisation of an advanced oxidation protein products assay: its application to studies of oxidative stress in diabetes mellitus. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, 2015 Abstract.
Akcay YD, Sagin FG, Aksu K, Keser G, Taylor E, Knight I, Winyard PG, Sozmen EY (2012). A panel of oxidative stress assays does not provide supplementary diagnostic information in Behcet's disease patients. Journal of Inflammation, 9 Abstract.
Shaw CA, Taylor EL, Fox S, Megson IL, Rossi AG (2011). Differential susceptibility to nitric oxide-evoked apoptosis in human inflammatory cells. Free Radic Biol Med, 50(1), 93-101. Abstract.  Author URL.
Winyard PG, Ryan B, Eggleton P, Nissim A, Taylor E, Lo Faro ML, Burkholz T, Szab√≥-Taylor KE, Fox B, Viner N, et al (2011). Measurement and meaning of markers of reactive species of oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur in healthy human subjects and patients with inflammatory joint disease. Biochem Soc Trans, 39(5), 1226-1232. Abstract.  Author URL.
Akcaya YD, Knight IA, Taylor EL, Aksuc K, Winyard PG (2008). Assessment of plasma S-nitrosothiol concentration by electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometry and plasma nitrotyrosine levels by ELISA in Behcet's disease. Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry, 18(4).
Taylor EL, Rossi AG, Dransfield I, Hart SP (2007). Analysis of neutrophil apoptosis. Methods Mol Biol, 412, 177-200. Abstract.  Author URL.
Taylor EL, Li JT, Tupper JC, Rossi AG, Winn RK, Harlan JM (2007). GEA 3162, a peroxynitrite donor, induces Bcl-2-sensitive, p53-independent apoptosis in murine bone marrow cells. Biochem Pharmacol, 74(7), 1039-1049. Abstract.  Author URL.
Shaw CA, Taylor EL, Megson IL, Rossi AG (2005). Nitric oxide and the resolution of inflammation: implications for atherosclerosis. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz, 100 Suppl 1, 67-71. Abstract.  Author URL.
Walker A, Ward C, Taylor EL, Dransfield I, Hart SP, Haslett C, Rossi AG (2005). Regulation of neutrophil apoptosis and removal of apoptotic cells. Curr Drug Targets Inflamm Allergy, 4(4), 447-454. Abstract.  Author URL.
Taylor EL, Rossi AG, Shaw CA, Dal Rio FP, Haslett C, Megson IL (2004). GEA 3162 decomposes to co-generate nitric oxide and superoxide and induces apoptosis in human neutrophils via a peroxynitrite-dependent mechanism. Br J Pharmacol, 143(1), 179-185. Abstract.  Author URL.
Taylor EL, Megson IL, Haslett C, Rossi AG (2003). Nitric oxide: a key regulator of myeloid inflammatory cell apoptosis. Cell Death Differ, 10(4), 418-430. Abstract.  Author URL.
Taylor EL, Megson IL, Haslett C, Rossi AG (2001). Dissociation of DNA fragmentation from other hallmarks of apoptosis in nitric oxide-treated neutrophils: differences between individual nitric oxide donor drugs. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 289(5), 1229-1236. Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by year


2018

Knight AR, Taylor EL, Lukaszewski R, Winyard PG (2018). A high-sensitivity electrochemiluminescence-based ELISA for the measurement of the oxidative stress biomarker, 3-nitrotyrosine, in human blood serum and cells. Free Radical Biology and Medicine

2015

Frijhoff J, Winyard PG, Zarkovic N, Davies SS, Stocker R, Cheng D, Knight AR, Taylor EL, Oettrich J, Ruskovska T, et al (2015). Clinical Relevance of Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress. Antioxid Redox Signal, 23(14), 1144-1170. Abstract.  Author URL.
Taylor EL, Armstrong KR, Perrett D, Hattersley AT, Winyard PG (2015). Optimisation of an advanced oxidation protein products assay: its application to studies of oxidative stress in diabetes mellitus. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, 2015 Abstract.

2012

Akcay YD, Sagin FG, Aksu K, Keser G, Taylor E, Knight I, Winyard PG, Sozmen EY (2012). A panel of oxidative stress assays does not provide supplementary diagnostic information in Behcet's disease patients. Journal of Inflammation, 9 Abstract.

2011

Shaw CA, Taylor EL, Fox S, Megson IL, Rossi AG (2011). Differential susceptibility to nitric oxide-evoked apoptosis in human inflammatory cells. Free Radic Biol Med, 50(1), 93-101. Abstract.  Author URL.
Winyard PG, Ryan B, Eggleton P, Nissim A, Taylor E, Lo Faro ML, Burkholz T, Szab√≥-Taylor KE, Fox B, Viner N, et al (2011). Measurement and meaning of markers of reactive species of oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur in healthy human subjects and patients with inflammatory joint disease. Biochem Soc Trans, 39(5), 1226-1232. Abstract.  Author URL.

2008

Akcaya YD, Knight IA, Taylor EL, Aksuc K, Winyard PG (2008). Assessment of plasma S-nitrosothiol concentration by electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometry and plasma nitrotyrosine levels by ELISA in Behcet's disease. Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry, 18(4).

2007

Taylor EL, Rossi AG, Dransfield I, Hart SP (2007). Analysis of neutrophil apoptosis. Methods Mol Biol, 412, 177-200. Abstract.  Author URL.
Taylor EL, Li JT, Tupper JC, Rossi AG, Winn RK, Harlan JM (2007). GEA 3162, a peroxynitrite donor, induces Bcl-2-sensitive, p53-independent apoptosis in murine bone marrow cells. Biochem Pharmacol, 74(7), 1039-1049. Abstract.  Author URL.

2005

Shaw CA, Taylor EL, Megson IL, Rossi AG (2005). Nitric oxide and the resolution of inflammation: implications for atherosclerosis. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz, 100 Suppl 1, 67-71. Abstract.  Author URL.
Walker A, Ward C, Taylor EL, Dransfield I, Hart SP, Haslett C, Rossi AG (2005). Regulation of neutrophil apoptosis and removal of apoptotic cells. Curr Drug Targets Inflamm Allergy, 4(4), 447-454. Abstract.  Author URL.

2004

Taylor EL, Rossi AG, Shaw CA, Dal Rio FP, Haslett C, Megson IL (2004). GEA 3162 decomposes to co-generate nitric oxide and superoxide and induces apoptosis in human neutrophils via a peroxynitrite-dependent mechanism. Br J Pharmacol, 143(1), 179-185. Abstract.  Author URL.

2003

Taylor EL, Megson IL, Haslett C, Rossi AG (2003). Nitric oxide: a key regulator of myeloid inflammatory cell apoptosis. Cell Death Differ, 10(4), 418-430. Abstract.  Author URL.

2001

Taylor EL, Megson IL, Haslett C, Rossi AG (2001). Dissociation of DNA fragmentation from other hallmarks of apoptosis in nitric oxide-treated neutrophils: differences between individual nitric oxide donor drugs. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 289(5), 1229-1236. Abstract.  Author URL.

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