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Profile Details
Hire Dr. Jak G.
United Kingdom

PhD Biophysicist | Expert in Receptor Pharmacology & Advanced Microscopy

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Clinical Trial Documentation, Technical Writing, Newswriting
Research Market Research, Gray Literature Search, Systematic Literature Review, Secondary Data Collection
Data & AI Statistical Analysis, Data Visualization
Product Development Formulation
Work Experience

PhD Biophysics

University of Birmingham

September 2018 - Present

MSc Research Student

Francis Crick Institute

August 2017 - July 2018

Industrial Placement - 12 months


September 2015 - September 2016


PhD Biophysics - Single-molecule microscopy study of G-protein coupled receptors

University of Birmingham

September 2018 - Present

MSc Immunology (Funded by Asthma UK - awarded Immunology prize for Research)

Imperial College London & King's College London

August 2017 - July 2018

BSc Biological Sciences (1st class honours & awarded School Prize for Biology)

Aston University

September 2013 - June 2017

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Grimes J, Desai S, Charter NW, Lodge J, Moita Santos R, Isidro-Llobet A, Mason AM, Wu Z, Wolfe LA, Anantharaman L, et al.(2019). MrgX2 is a promiscuous receptor for basic peptides causing mast cell pseudo-allergic and anaphylactoid reactions . Pharmacology research & perspectives.
(2019). The mast cell receptor MrgX2 and drug-induced anaphylaxis . Journal of pharmacological and toxicological methods.
Calebiro D, Grimes J(2019). G Protein-Coupled Receptor Pharmacology at the Single-Molecule Level . Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology.
Buenaventura T, Bitsi S, Laughlin WE, Burgoyne T, Lyu Z, Oqua AI, Norman H, McGlone ER, Klymchenko AS, Corrêa IR, et al.(2019). Agonist-induced membrane nanodomain clustering drives GLP-1 receptor responses in pancreatic beta cells . PLoS biology.