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Emily Flashman

Dr Emily Flashman is a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow in the Department of Chemistry. She studied Biochemistry at the University of Southampton before moving to Oxford, where she completed her D.Phil. in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine in 2004 studying heart muscle proteins. She then moved to the Department of Chemistry to conduct postdoctoral studies with Prof. Chris Schofield into the structure and function of Fe(II)/2-oxoglutarate dependent oxygenases. Emily returned from maternity leave to commence her Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship in 2010 and now studies the molecular mechanisms of oxygen sensing enzymes. She also holds a L’Oréal-UNESCO Fellowship For Women In Science (2011).

Series featuring Emily Flashman

  • Chemistry for the Future: Human Health
# Episode Title Description People Date
2 Conclusion: How Chemistry Research Impacts Human Health Wrapping up this series on human health, Dr Emily Flashman talks about her work studying the mechanisms by which our bodies respond to low levels of oxygen. Emily Flashman 19 Jul 2013
1 Introduction: How Chemistry Research Impacts Human Health To truly understand disease, we need to understand the underlying chemical processes that direct human biology. Dr Emily Flashman introduces some of the research in the Department of Chemistry that will help improve our health in future. Emily Flashman 19 Jul 2013