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research scientist

Simon Huw Reed, British research scientist. Achievements include research in contributed to understanding the mechanism of DNA repair; research in revealed a novel function of the proteasome in DNA repair; patents pending for co-developed technology to detect DNA damage and Repair throughout the genome at base pair resolution. Recipient Career Development award, Medical Research Council, 2000-2004; Career Establishment grant, since 2005.

Background

Reed, Simon Huw was born on December 16, 1965 in Aberdare, Glamorgan, England. Son of Gerald Marsh and Marilyn Reed.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Genetics with honors, University Wales, Swansea, 1998. Doctor of Philosophy, University Wales, Swansea, 1995.

Career

Research fellow University Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, 1996—1999, fulbright scholar, 1996—1999. Lecturer University Wales, Swansea, England, 2000—2002, Medical Research Council fellow, 2000—2002. Senior lecturer Cardiff University, since 2002.

Chair Genome Stability Network, Cambridge, England, since 2004.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in contributed to understanding the mechanism of DNA repair. Research in revealed a novel function of the proteasome in DNA repair. Patents pending for co-developed technology to detect DNA damage and Repair throughout the genome at base pair resolution.

Membership

Committee member United Kingdom Environmental Mutagen Society, 2004—2008. Member of British Fulbright Scholars Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Rugby, travel.

Connections

Married Nest Scourfield Reed. Children: Elis Morgan, Catrin Ellen.

father:
Gerald Marsh

mother:
Marilyn Reed

spouse:
Nest Scourfield Reed

children:
Elis Morgan Reed

Catrin Ellen Reed