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Adam R. Jones

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Senior Lecturer in Bioscience (Physiology)

I have taught human physiology, laboratory skills, and cell biology at the University of Sunderland since 2008.  Prior to this I worked for the NHS organising, delivering, and developing patient-focused courses regarding the self-management of long-term health conditions for patients with chronic health conditions.

Teaching and supervision

I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and the University Rep for The Physiological Society.  My current teaching includes human physiology, laboratory skills, scientific communication, chemistry for the biosciences, essential statistics, and haematology on BSc Biomedical Science and BSc Healthcare Science (Life Sciences).

  • I lead modules in Human Physiology and Fundamental Skills in Biomedicine, and I am also the Level 4 lead (first year undergraduate) for students on BSc Biomedical Science.


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Jones, Adam (2015) The impending medical revolution in haemophilia care: one patient’s view. The Journal of Haemophilia Practice, 2 (1). pp. 9-11. ISSN 2055-3390

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General human anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology, including:

  • Gastrointestinal system
  • Renal system
  • Respiratory system
  • Cardiovascular system
  • Nervous system
  • Endocrine system
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Extreme environment physiology

I also have interest in pharmacovigilance and adverse drug reaction reporting, and special interest and expertise in bleeding disorders, such as Haemophilia and Von Willebrand Disease (VWD).
I am a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Haemophilia Practice.

I am the University of Sunderland Rep for The Physiological Society.

I am the University of Sunderland Rep and Steering Committee Member for the British Conference of Undergraduate Research.

Last updated 10 August 2020