Wayne G Carter
University of Nottingham
Dr Wayne Grant Carter received his Honours degree in Biochemistry with Nutrition from the University of Southampton. He then completed a PhD at the University of Southampton studying the molecular signalling cascade elicited by insulin supervised by Dr Graham Sale. Dr Carter then moved to the Babraham Institute, Cambridge, to work with Professor Jeremy Saklatvala, on studies to elucidate the signalling mechanisms activated as a response to pro-inflammatory cytokines. Dr Carter then relocated with Professor Saklatvala's group to the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, part of Imperial College, London. Subsequently, Dr Carter moved to the University of California at Irvine to work with Professor Dana Aswad, similarly studying protein damage and repair. Dr Carter then joined the Department of Human Anatomy & Genetics headed by Professor Dame Kay Davies CBE FRS at the University of Oxford, before moving to take up an industrial post with Mobious Genomics, Exeter. In 2003, Dr Carter joined the Medical Research Council Applied Neuroscience Group at the University of Nottingham headed by Professor David Ray. He then established his own research group at the University of Nottingham ,where he is currently a Principal Investigator and Lecturer at the University of Nottingham Medical School site within the Royal Derby Hospital, Derby. In addition, Dr Carter has worked within the School of Sport Exercise & Health Sciences at Loughborough University, headed by Professor Myra Nimmo .
Biochemistry Proteomics Analytical Chemistry