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Olena Rudyk

Dr Olena Rudyk

Lecturer

Research interests

  • Cardiovascular

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Biography

Dr Olena Rudyk is a Lecturer in Biochemistry and Physiology within the Cardiovascular Sciences Section of the School of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine & Sciences. Olena completed her PhD in the Department of Blood Circulation (Supervisor – Prof Vadim Sagach) at the Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology in Kyiv, Ukraine, in 2006, which she followed by postdoctoral training at King’s College London. In 2015 Dr Rudyk was awarded BHF Intermediate Basic Science Fellowship, during which she developed an interest in preclinical Pulmonary Hypertension (PH). Since then, she has been working on understanding the molecular mechanisms contributing to PH. The current main focus of Rudyk Lab is to identify novel redox sensors and signalling pathways and employ an integrative approach to test potential new targets for therapy. 

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    5 mins with…Dr Olena Rudyk

    Dr Olena Rudyk is a BHF Intermediate Fellow in the Cardiovascular Research Section of the School. She leads a project to study how do pulmonary vessels sense...

    Dr Olena Rudyk

    Events

    08MarCardioVascular School hero

    Targeting cyclin-dependent kinases for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension

    A SCMMS seminar about using cyclin-dependent kinases to treat pulmonary hypertension

      News

      5 mins with…Dr Olena Rudyk

      Dr Olena Rudyk is a BHF Intermediate Fellow in the Cardiovascular Research Section of the School. She leads a project to study how do pulmonary vessels sense...

      Dr Olena Rudyk

      Events

      08MarCardioVascular School hero

      Targeting cyclin-dependent kinases for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension

      A SCMMS seminar about using cyclin-dependent kinases to treat pulmonary hypertension