Dr Steve Jacques

Senior Lecturer and Head of Anatomy. HTA designated individual for anatomy.

Senior Lecturer and Head of Anatomy

University of Leicester

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Tel: 0116 252 3047

Email: sjj22@leicester.ac.uk

Address: Department of Medical Education, University of Leicester

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Steve originally trained in clinical medicine at the University of Birmingham, and worked for two years at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in a variety of medical specialties.  Following foundation training he decided to continue the research that he had pursued during an intercalated year and undertook a PhD in Ann Logan and Martin Berry's lab, where he developed novel gene therapeutic approaches for spinal cord injury.  After his PhD, Steve became an anatomy demonstrator in Birmingham, which he did for a further three years.  He then became Lecturer in Human Biology, Biochemistry and Disease at the School of Biosciences in Birmingham before joining the University of Leicester as Senior Lecturer in 2016.  In 2015, Steve won an Outstanding Teaching Award at Birmingham for his contributions to the Human Biology programme.

Current Research Interests

Although Steve does not have an active research group, he is always happy to contribute to research activities in the fields of anatomy (particularly neuroanatomy), neural regeneration and education.

Qualifications

BMedSci (Neuroscience) 1st Class

MBChB with subject Honours in Paediatrics, Pathology and Therapeutics

PhD (neuroanatomy)

FHEA

Social media

Twitter handle: @StevenJJacques

Facebook: www.facebook.com/stevesanatomypage/

Publications

Ahmed Z, Jacques SJ, Berry M, Logan A (2009) Epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitors promote CNS axon growth through off-target effects on glia. Neurobiology of Disease 36:142-150.

Douglas MR, Morrison KC, Jacques SJ, Leadbeater WE, Gonzalez AM, Berry M, Logan A, Ahmed Z (2009) Off-target effects of epidermal growth factor receptor antagonists mediate retinal ganglion cell disinhibited axon growth. Brain 132:3102-3121.

Little MA, Hassan B, Jacques S, Game D, Salisbury E, Courtney AE, Brown C, Salama AD, Harper L (2009) Renal transplantation in systemic vasculitis: when is it safe? Nephrol Dial Transplant 24:3219-3225.

Mansur A, Little MA, Oh WC, Jacques S, Nightingale P, Howie AJ, Savage CO (2011) Immune profile and epstein-barr virus infection in acute interstitial nephritis: an immunohistochemical study in 78 patients Nephron Clin Pract. 119(4):c293-300 Nephron Clin Pract. 119(4):c293-300

Jacques SJ, Ahmed Z, Forbes A, Douglas MR, Vigneswara V, Berry M, Logan A (2012) AAV8(gfp) preferentially targets large dorsal root ganglion neurones after both intra-dorsal root ganglion and intrathecal injection. Mol Cell Neurosci 49(4):467-474

Shah AP, Mevcha A, Wilby D, Alatsatianos A, Hardman JC,Jacques S, Wilton JC (2014) Continence and micturition: An anatomical basis. Clin Anat. 2014 Mar 10

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