Mr Stuart Hanmer
I graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Physiology in 2009, where my final year thesis investigated the role of a C-terminal cysteine residue in innate oxygen sensitivity in the large-conductance, calciumsensitive potassium (BK) channel (Kemp et al., 2009). This project gave me a practical introduction to electrophysiology, and led me to embark on a PhD investigating novel ATP-gated ion channels in model invertebrate organisms.
The Physiological Society (since 2009) - Affiliate member
UK Purine Club (since 2011)
2010 Welsh Livery Guild Travel Scholarship
2009 Society for Endocrinology Undergraduate Achievement Award