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Dr Stephen Man

Dr Stephen Man

Reader

Yr Ysgol Meddygaeth

Email
mans@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 29206 87056
Campuses
Adeilad Geneteg Canser, Ysbyty Athrofaol Cymru, Parc y Mynydd Bychan, Caerdydd, CF14 4XN

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  • Man, S. T.et al. 1999. Recombinant vaccinia virus. In: Tindle, R. W. ed. Vaccines for Human Papillomavirus Infection and anogenital disease, 14th ed.. Medical Intelligence Unit Austin, Texas: R.G. Landes Company, pp. 69-90.

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I am interested in supervising PhD students in the following areas:

  • Cancer Immunology, in particular Leukaemia
  • Immunotherapy
  • Novel tumour antigens
  • Therapeutic cancer vaccines
  • Overcoming cancer associated immunosuppression
  • T cells as biomarkers for disease progression and/or response to treatment

Goruchwyliaeth gyfredol

Miss Amy Codd

Research student

Peter Henley

Research student

Mr Thomas Lewis

Research student

Prosiectau ymchwil ôl-raddedig

Primary supervisor for Lauren Elston- Exploring the Role of CD8+ T Cells in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia. PhD awarded April 2017. Currently a medical writer for the All Wales Therapeutics and Toxicology Centre.

Primary supervisor for Reiss Reid- Investigating the Role of T Cells in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia. PhD awarded May 2015. Currently an investigator in Oncology Cell Therapy, GSK, Philadelphia USA. 

Primary supervisor for Ryan Wong- Breaking T cell tolerance in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia. PhD awarded February 2013. Currently a Group Leader at Adaptimmune, Reading, UK.

I have been active in several aspects of public engagement:

  1. Interactive Health Workshops. These have been run by medical students as part of their 3rd or 4th year SSC projects. The students visit Welsh primary schools to teach children (aged 9-11) about the human body and healthy living. The workshops are composed of "hands-on" activities, demonstrations and quizzes designed to keep the attention of the children and ot make learning fun. The project in it's current form was started by funding from the Cardiff University CIty Region Exchange project. So far, 49 schools have been visited in Cardiff, Caerphilly, Methyr Tydfill and Pontypridd. 
  2. Science in Health. I host work-experience students (Yr 12) in my laboratory. 
  3. Increasing public understanding of science, particularly cancer immunology. I have given talks to charity fundraisers and patient support groups. 

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