Dr Daniel Stratton

Course leader for the undergraduate forensic science course, lecturer in forensic and biomedical science, cluster group recruitment and cluster group ethics representative.


Dr Daniel Stratton  

Dr Daniel Stratton is the course leader for the undergraduate forensic science course, lecturer in forensic and biomedical science, cluster group recruitment and cluster group ethics representative.

Subject specialism

  • Forensic science, Immunology and cell communication.

Experience

  • The Forensic Science Service
  • Forensic Science Lecturer HE
  • Forensic Science Course Leader FE
  • Hourly Lecturer Biomedical Science and Immunology
  • Immunology/Molecular biology and Cell signalling research
  • Various Consultancies for NHS and Guest Lecturer.

Awards

  • ImmunoTools award for innovative postgraduate project 2013.

Professional activity

  • Member of CMIRC, ISEV and the biochemical society.

Courses 

  • BSc (Hons) Forensic Science Course leader
  • BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

Research interests

  • Microvesicles as cellular communicative vectors and their roles in tissue regeneration.
  • Microvesicles as a response to cell stress agents.
  • Techniques for characterising microvesicles using new technologies.
  • Tissue regeneration models to be applied to human injury, investigating the cellular mechanisms for proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis.
  • Assigning cellular identity.

Selected publications

  • Stratton, D., Williams, G., Antwi-Baffour, S., Jorfi, S., Jurkschat, K., Lange, S. and Inal, J., (2013) Microvesicles released constitutively and upon stimulation retain parental features but exhibit distinct properties, Submitted to PlosOne
  • Stratton, D., Lange, S. and Inal, J. M., (2013) Pulsed Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields stimulate microvesicle release from human monocytic leukaemia cells, BBRC, pp 470-475
  • Inal, J. M., Ansa-Addo, E.*, Stratton, D.,* Kholia, S., Antwi-Baffour, S., Jorfi, S., and Lange, S. (2012) Microvesicles in Health and Disease, Archivum Immunologiae Therapiae et Experimentalis Vol. 60, pp 107-121
  • Grant, R., Stratton, D., Ansa-Addo, E., Antwi-Baffour, S., Jorfi, S., Kholia, S., Krige, L., Lange, S and Inal. J., (2011) A filtration-based protocol to isolate human Plasma Membrane-derived Vesicles and exosomes from blood plasma, Journal of Immunological Methods, Vol. 371, pp 143-151
  • Antwi-Baffour, S., Kholia, S., Aryee, Y. K. D., Ansa-Addo, E. A., Stratton, D., Lange, S and Inal, J. M., (2010) Human plasma membrane-derived vesicles inhibit the phagocytosis of apoptotic cells – Possible role in SLE, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Vol. 396, pp 278-283

Selected conferences

  • Dan Stratton and Jameel Inal. (2013) Extra Low-frequency Magnetic Fields stimulate the release of Membrane-derived Vesicles, ISEV Boston.
  • Dan Stratton (2012) Microvesicle subtypes, invited to talk at ISEV conference, Gotoborg.
  • Dan Stratton and Jameel Inal. (2012) The two main PMV subtypes are significantly different in construction and have different physiological roles. Submitted to J. Immunol. 99th Annual Meeting of the American Associaton of Immunologists.
  • Stratton, D., and Inal, J. (2010) Characterisation of cPMVs and sPMVs, constitutive and stimulated plasma membrane-derived vesicles. Immunology Vol 131 135-135. Presented at the Annual Congress of the British Society for Immunology Liverpool. .

Email: d.stratton@londonmet.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7133 2514

Room: T12-03, Tower Building