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Sarah Bulman

Postgraduate Student

Sarah investigates stem cell targeting to OA cartilage

Researcher in

Research Project Area: 

Stem cell targeting to OA cartilage

Positions Held: 

PhD Student Smith & Nephew/REMEDI, NUI Galway

Investigating Adult stem cells/Osteoarthritis

Biological Research Scientist, Smith & Nephew Research Centre, York
Investigating Adult stem cells/cartilage repair

Research Assistant, Royal Dick Medical School,
University of Edinburgh
Investigating Molecular neuroscience/glial cell biology.

MSc Biology, University of Bath 3yrs
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver ( 1yr 2002-2003)
Molecular and Cell Biology.

Selected Publications: 

Schizophrenia Research, Vol 60 (1) supplement pages;
Abstracts of the IXth International Congress on Schizophrenia Research

International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, Colorado Springs, USA 15th March 2003

Analysis of variants in the promoter of the human alpha7 neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor; A.L. Littlewood, M. Short, C. Drebing, J. Logel, S. Straub, S. Bulman, K. Walton, M. Maslak, R. Freedman, S. Leonard, page 95

Further evidence for association of promoter variants in human alpha7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunit gene (CHRNA7) with schizophrenia
J. Logel, J. Dickinson, S. Straub, M. Short, J. Gault, C. Drebing, S.E. Bulman, K. Walton, B. Sullivan, M. Maslak, M. Lee, M. Frank, S. Leonard
page 95


Professional and Personal Interests: 

In addition to my interests in regenerative medicine, stem cells and neuroscience, I have a keen interest in bioethics and medical law and the role that these disciplines have with current research trends.

Other personal interests include history, archaeology and classical literature. I enjoy playing classical and folk music on the violin and I am a cornet player in the Galway St Patrick’s Brass Band.