Madu Batuwangala

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Madu Batuwangala

Locality: London, United Kingdom
Summary: Scientist with experience (doctoral research) in field of GPCR (Gq coupled) signalling, with an interest in assay development and pharmacological characterization of novel drug targets. My goals are to acquire new skills and develop as a scientist in cell signalling research.
Past: PhD student at University of Leicester Research Technician at University of Leicester
Education:  University of Leicester Pharmacology, cell and molecular biology, cell signalling (2006-2009) Doctoral research: Human Urotensin-II receptor Desensitisation.
 King's College London, U. of London Pharmacology (2000-2002) Research project: Characterisation of calcium signaling mechanisms in olfactory ensheathing cells.
 University of Westminst...
Industry: Pharmaceuticals
Skills: Cell culture RNA extraction cDNA synthesis Real time PCR (SYBR Green & Taqman) Cell signalling related Phosphoinositide turnover assays Calcium assays (single cell, cuvette based and FLEXSTATION-II) Aorta bioassay
Experience: University of Leicester (Educational Institution; Higher Education industry): PhD student,  (March 2006-October 2009) PhD Title: Human Urotensin-II Receptor Desensitisation. Collaboration with University of Ferrara, Italy, Section of Pharmacology, Dept of Experimental and Clinical Medicine.
University of Leicester (Educational Institution; 1001-5000 employees; Higher ...
Interests: career opportunities

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Retinoic acid and retinoid receptors: potential ...

Retinoic acid and retinoid receptors: potential chemopreventive and therapeutic role in cervical cancer. By - Jafaru Abu MRCOG, Madu Batuwangala MSc, Karl Herbert PhD ...

Kidney tumours excel at evasion : The Lancet Oncology

Review Retinoic acid and retinoid receptors: potential chemopreventive and therapeutic role in cervical cancer Jafaru Abu,Madu Batuwangala,Karl Herbert,Paul Symonds.

TOPICAL VITAMIN-A-ACID THERAPY FOR CUTANEOUS METASTATIC MELANOMA ...

Review Retinoic acid and retinoid receptors: potential chemopreventive and therapeutic role in cervical cancer Jafaru Abu,Madu Batuwangala,Karl Herbert,Paul Symonds.

The Lancet Oncology : Volume 6, Number 9, 1 September 2005

Tamoxifen, radiotherapy, and DCIS: Cuzick and colleagues present the long-term ... Jafaru Abu, Madu Batuwangala, Karl Herbert, Paul Symonds