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Prof Hilary MacQueen
Professor Hilary Anne MacQueen and Fiona Aiken (2019) Supporting distance-taught students in the workplace, In Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning
Fiona Aiken and Professor Hilary Anne MacQueen (2018-10-24) Best practice for supporting students in the workplace., In 10th EDEN Research Workshop
Katja Rietdorf and Professor Hilary Anne MacQueen (2017-10) Investigating interactions between epicardial adipose tissue and cardiac myocytes: what can we learn from different approaches?, In British Journal of Pharmacology 20(174)
Said R. Masoud et al. (2016-09) How does fat cause heart diseases? Effects of epicardial adipocytes on cardiomyocyte signalling and contractility, In 14th International Meeting of the European Calcium Society
Mark C. Hirst and Professor Hilary Anne MacQueen (2016-07-31) Practical biology at a distance: how far can we go with online distance learning?, Stylus Publishing
Agata K. Stramek et al. (2015-12-19) Predictive Value of Biomarkers for Normal and Pathological Ageing in a Rat Model, In International Journal of Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics(S3)
Katja Rietdorf and Professor Hilary Anne MacQueen (2015-12-17) Interactions between epicardial adipose tissue and cardiomyocytes: results from a 3D co-culture system, In Pharmacology 2015 (British Pharmacological Society)
Kerry Hopes et al. (2015-05-07) A novel method for the analysis of clinical biomarkers to investigate the effect of diet on health in a rat model, In Analyst 9(140)
Katja Rietdorf, Professor Hilary Anne MacQueen and Martin David Bootman (2015) How does fat cause heart diseases? Effects of epicardial adipocytes on cardiomyocyte signalling and contractility, In Physiology 2015(34)
Sandeep Daya et al. (2013-12) Adipocytes: a role in immunological memory?, In 40th UK Adipose Tissue Discussion Group and BHF Centre for Research Excellence Adipose Tissue Workshop