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Dr Guillaume Chanoit

Dr Guillaume Chanoit

Dr Guillaume Chanoit
DEDV (ENV Toulouse), MSc(Lyons I), PhD(Lyons I)

Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery

Area of research

Large animal models of cardiovascular and thoracic diseases

Langford House,
Langford, Bristol BS40 5DU
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Research summary

My research focuses on large animal models of cardiovascular and thoracic diseases. 

I studied the fundamentals of cardiovascular research during  my PhD where I examined  the effect of zinc administration on cardiac protection  in cell culture.

 

Fluorescent cardiac cells demonstrating the presence of intracellular zinc

 

Photo 1:  Confocal microscopy- Fluorescent cardiac cells demonstrating the presence of intracellular zinc ( dye : Newport green DCF)- Administration of zinc is protecting cardiac cells from reperfusion injury  (Cardiovascular Research Laboratory , UNC Chapel Hill, NC , USA).

 

 

 

 

 

Currently, I collaborate with cardiothoracic surgeons from the Bristol Heart Institute on research primarily directed towards applications in human medicine ...

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Biography

I graduated from the Veterinary School of Toulouse (France) with a doctorate thesis (DEDV) in 1998.  I completed a period of postgraduate training including an internship and surgical residency (specialty training) in 2003 at the Veterinary School of Lyon (France). I also gained a Master of Sciences in Microsurgery in 2000. Before moving to Bristol in 2011, where I’m currently Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery, I have held academic positions in France at the Veterinary School of Lyon (2003-2005) and in the USA (North Carolina State University, 2005-2010). I completed a PhD in Cardiovascular Physiology in 2010.

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