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Marjorie Wilson



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Dr Marjorie Wilson began scientific life with a degree in Biochemistry, followed by a PhD Biochemistry from the University of London, with particular interest in the molecular biology of cancer. She followed this with molecular biology research relating to detection of Lyme disease bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferii, and a postdoctoral project on factors inferred in pre-term labour in women.

In the School of Health & Social Care, the majority of her time is spent teaching. She is a member of the physiotherapy team, delivering physiology sessions to undergraduate and postgraduate students across the caring professions. She is the Programme Leader for the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice. She has 2 MPhil and 1 PhD completion.

She is a Teesside University Associate Teaching Fellow. She is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She has successfully mentored colleagues to Associate Fellow of the HEA. In 2014/15 Marjorie led on a project to promote Transition into and through Higher Education, developing aspects of the School of Health and Social Care Welcome Web and Transitions Web pages.

Marjorie runs the School of Health and Social Care Learning and Teaching Journal Club, which now also encompases the wider University Learning and Teaching Community.


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