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Mike Morgan
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【中文简介】

Mike Morgan,男,现任英国利兹大学食品营养科学院院长,研究生导师,生物学教授,首席科学官。曾任模块协调员及贝尔法斯特皇后大学的校外监察员,并获得2010年教师之星荣誉称号。在任职期间改善了学校的经济状况,使其所在学院获得2013年泰晤士报学科奖。Mike Morgan教授作为食品科学研究的先驱,建立了国际认可的团队,针对衡量分析物研究出第一种免疫化学,出版了第一本用重组抗体为基础方法证实农业食品需求的著作,研发了迄今为止最有价值的检查花生蛋白质的方法。

 

Curriculum Vitae】

 

Professor Mike Morgan

Head, School of Food Science & Nutrition, University of Leeds, UK

Education

1973-76 University of Sheffield. PhD (Thesis title - The Radioenzymic Assay of Steroids)

1972-73 University of Leeds. MSc in Steroid Endocrinology

1969-72 University of Sussex. BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry

Career Summary

2007- to date: Head, School of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Leeds (re-appointed 2012)

2002 - 07: School Postgraduate Tutor

1999 - to date: Professor of Food Biochemistry, School of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Leeds

1993 - 99: Head, Biochemistry Department, BBSRC Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK

1991 - 1993: Individual Merit Promotion, Band 6 (only the 3rd person to achieve this prestigious grade at Norwich in 30 years)

1986 - 91: Principal Scientific Officer

1980 - 86: Senior Scientific Officer and Head of the Biotechnology and Biorecognition Research Group, BBSRC Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK

1978 - 80: Lecturer, Department of Physiology, The Medical School, University of Manchester, UK

1976-78: Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Biochemistry, University of Liverpool, UK

Research Highlights

Pioneering the extension of food science research to include human studies; seeing the results of my research become commercially-available; developing the 1st immunochemical method for a trace analyte (aflatoxin B1) to be given Official First Action Status by the AOAC International, USA; publishing the 1st recombinant antibody-based method validated for an agri-food application; developing what is still regarded (by the FDA, for example) as the best available method for detection of peanut protein; characterising, for the 1st time, key sesame allergens; setting up research groups that have gone on to become internationally-recognised; becoming only the 3rd person in 30 years at Norwich to achieve the status of Individual Merit Promotion for research activity; since coming to Leeds, supervising 17 research students to graduation and 7 current students (both as a joint and single supervisor).

Teaching Experience

I am module coordinator for 8 UG/PGT modules on which I do the bulk of the teaching. Some of these (Functional Foods, Food and Cancer, Food Allergy) were unique to courses in the food science area when I set them up. I received an award as one of a group of Faculty Teaching Stars in 2010. My lectures are perceived as enjoyable and stimulating but very tough going. My understanding of what students have found attractive has fed into marketing strategy for prospective undergraduates.

I am BSc External Examiner to the School of …., Queens University, Belfast. I have previously been BSc External Examiner to the School of Food Biosciences, University of Reading, and to the Faculty of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy.

Achievements as Head of School at Leeds

When I started as Head of School 7 years ago, the School was renowned for its research achievements but student numbers were low and the School was in an extremely poor financial position, never having made an in-year surplus. Academic staff numbers were down to 7.4 full-time equivalents. Now the School is in a good financial position, academic staff numbers are up to 18 with 3 further posts imminent, and the School is widely recognised for its research and teaching quality.

Upon appointment we began a Review which accepted my ideas, including the introduction of a new BSc in Nutrition, increasing A-level requirements on all UG programmes, and increasing student numbers and quality. There was investment in new staff which allowed a much better alignment of teaching and research, as well as increasing research capacity in general and in food processing in particular. The School has met or exceeded all its student number targets and its targets for income. The School moved into a financial surplus position 3 years ago and has remained there, never having made an in-year surplus previously. The research programme of the School has been divided into 3 areas: Nutrition and Public Health, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Food Colloids and Processing.

The (Jan 2011) Quinquennial Review report on the School stated:

The panel congratulated the School on such a phenomenal achievement and particularly commended the Head of School whose clear vision for the future of the School, leadership and management that had enabled the School to deliver these achievements’.

The School of Food Science & Nutrition won one of 33 subject awards made by the Sunday Times in its 2013 Good University Guide across the breadth of UK University teaching.

The School is 2nd in the Complete University Guide (2015) subject table; 2nd in the Times/Sunday Times subject table (2014); and 1st in the subject table for the Guardian (2014).


 

 


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