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Mandy MacLean

BBSRC-funded Scientist

University of Glasgow

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Professor of Pulmonary Pharmacology

Glasgow University


Deputy Chair

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council


Dean of Graduate Studies

College of Medical , Veterinary and Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow


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Speakers at the John Vane Memorial Symposium 2012, Professor Mandy MacLean, University of Glasgow, Scotland and Professor Duncan Stewart, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute,
Speakers at the John Vane Memorial Symposium 2012, Professor Mandy MacLean, University of Glasgow, Scotland and Professor Duncan Stewart, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Left to right Professor Rod Flower, FRS, Director, William Harvey Research Limited; Lady Daphne Vane, Professor Mandy MacLean, MBE, University of Glasgow, Scotland Left to right Professor Rod Flower, FRS, Director, William Harvey Research Limited; Lady Daphne Vane, Professor Mandy MacLean, MBE, University of Glasgow, Scotland


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HOME | News | Professor Mandy MacLean receives grant of over a million to continue her research
Professor Mandy MacLean receives grant of over a million to continue her research Published on Friday, 03 June 2016 10:50 The British Heart Foundation (BHF) have awarded Professor Mandy MacLean, Professor of Pulmonary Pharmacology, a further five years of programme grant funding of over £1m to further her research into the role of sex and sex hormones in the development of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). The grant will allow Professor MacLean to continue running her research lab at the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, which consists of five to six postdocs, five PhD students and two technicians, in their efforts to look at the pharmacology of the pulmonary circulation and right ventricle to identify new drugs for pulmonary arterial hypertension. PAH is a rare, devastating disease with a very poor survival. There are several forms, including idiopathic PAH and heritable PAH associated with mutations in the BMPR2 gene. Pulmonary pressures can rise from the normal low level of 10-20mmHg (mean) to as high as 120mmHg, causing right ventricular failure and death. The common theme of Professor MacLean's research at the moment is to understand why more women get PAH, whilst survival in male PAH patients is worse than in women. The work will further previous findings on the role of estrogens in the heart and in PAH. With respect to looking at changes in estrogen metabolism in PAH, Professor MacLean and her team will also be collaborating with Professor Ruth Andrew at the University of Edinburgh, as well as Dr Colin Church from the Scottish Pulmonary Vascular Unit and Dr Corey Ventetuolo at Brown/Rhode Island Hospital, USA. Professor Mandy MacLean - University of Glasgow Professor MacLean and her team will be investigating potential new therapies for PAH in the coming years, and the new BHF programme will focus on examining sex differences in right ventricular function in PAH and investigating novel targets. Professor Mandy MacLean


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