Rosemary Kathleen Clyne
Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London
Award-winning biomedical science senior lecturer delivering innovations in curriculum development and digital learning with exceptional student ratings of teaching delivery and effect. Founder and Lead of the Future Global Leaders Forum student leadership development programme. Experienced scientific editor and international external examiner committed to community engagement and science education in schools.
Teaching interests: At the University of Graz, Austria, I am engaged in designing and executing curricula in molecular life sciences. We currently operate one bachelor´s and three master´s degrees in molecular and technical biosciences together with the Technical University of Graz. In these joint programmes in the framework of NAWI Graz there are currently about 1500 students. Research interests: Molecular Biology, Microbiology, bacterial diversity, gene regulation, genetic networks, horizontal gene transfer, antimicrobial resistance, type IV secretion
Yannis Karamanos, male, biochemist, Ph.D. at the biochemistry department, Lille University in 1983. He worked for Biotechnology Institute, Limoges University 1987-1996. Professor in 1996 he created the Laboratory for Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry at Artois University 1996-2000, before to merge with the Blood-Brain Barrier Laboratory (BBB Lab), directed by Professor Roméo Cecchelli at Artois University in 2001. From 1980 to 2000 he worked on the structure-function relationships of glycoconjugates and his main project was the investigations on the biological roles of the de-N-glycosylation enzymes (Endo-N-acetyl-beta-D-glucosaminidase and peptide-N4-(N-acetyl-beta-glucosaminyl) asparagine amidase). From 2002 he developed the proteome project of the BBB Lab. He has published more than 60 papers and participated at numerous international conferences. From 2013 he developed innovative teaching practices and adopted the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) concept.