Member Listing

Name

Joseph Bird

Title

Dr

Other Affiliation

Anglia Ruskin University

Role

Other

Expertise

Cell Biology

Selected Publications

Ibrahim B, Sheerin AN, Jennert-Burston K, Bird JLE, Massala MV, Illsley, M, James SE, Faragher RGA. 2016 Absence of premature senescence in Werner’s syndrome keratinocytes. Experimental Gerontology, 83 pp. 139-147. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.exger.2016.07.017

Irkle A, Vesey AT, Lewis DY, Skepper JN, Bird JLE, Dweck MR, Joshi FJ, Gallagher FA, Warburton EA, Bennett MR, Brindle KM, Newby DE, Rudd JH, Davenport AP., 2015. Identifying active vascular micro‐calcification by 18F‐sodium fluoride positron emission tomography. Nature Communications Jul 7;6:7495. doi: 10.1038/ncomms8495.

Cuhlmann S, Gsell W, Van der Heiden K, Habib J, Tremoleda JL, Khalil M, Turkheimer F, Meens MJ, Kwak BR, Bird JL, Davenport AP, Clark JC, Haskard D, Krams R, Jones H, Evans PC., 2014. In vivo mapping of vascular inflammation using the translocator protein tracer 18F-FEDAA. Molecular Imaging, 13 pp. 1-11. doi: 10.2310/7290.2014.00014

Bird JLE, C.B. Jennert-Burston KCB, Bachler MA, Mason PA, Lowe JE, Heo S-J, Campisi J, Richard G.A. Faragher RGA, Cox LS., 2012. Recapitulation of Werner syndrome sensitivity to camptothecin by limited knockdown of the WRN helicase/exonuclease. Biogerontology, 13(1) pp. 49-62.

Z.Milosevic, M.Radovic, J.Bird, Z.Teng, M.Obradovic, I.Saveljic, S.Savic and N.Filipovic (2012) Plaque progression modelling by using hemodynamic simulation and histological data Journal of the Serbian Society for Computational Mechanics 6(2):122-132

Bird JLE, Izquierdo-Garcia D, Davies JR, Rudd JHF, Probst KC, Figg N, Clark JC, Weissberg PL, Davenport AP and Warburton, EA., 2010. Evaluation of translocator protein quantification as a tool for assessing macrophage burden in human carotid atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis, 210(2) pp. 388-91.

Davies JR, Izquierdo-Garcia D, Rudd JHF, Figg N, Richards HK, Bird JLE, Aigbirhio FI, Davenport AP, Weissberg PL, Fryer TD, Warburton EA., 2010. FDG-PET can distinguish inflamed from non-inflamed plaque in an animal model of atherosclerosis. Int J Cardiovasc Imaging, 26(1) pp. 41-8.