Dr Shadi Bokaee
Adjunct Assistant Professor
I obtained my BSc (Hons) degree in Biology from Isfahan University, my second BSc (Hons) degree in Biomedical Science from Kingston University and my PhD in Cancer Research from University of Surrey in 2011. My PhD project was on “Targeting Homeobox genes for cancer immunotherapy”.
Prior to starting my PhD, I worked at various medical laboratories including haematology, immunology, microbiology and blood transfusion in Children’s Medical Centre. After completion of my doctorate, I lectured Life Science at Kingston College. I am currently lecturing at Kingston and Richmond University.
– Annels N, Bokaee S, Riley C, Denyer M, Pandha H, Morgan R (2012). “Modulation of regulatory T cells by targeting the NFAT-FOXP3 protein : protein interaction”.
– Ismail MI, Bokaee S, Annels N, Davies J, Pandha H. (2011) ‘Predominance of CD8 T cell infiltration coincides with reciprocal reduction in regulatory T cells following prostate cryotherapy’. WILEY-BLACKWELL BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY, Royal Coll Surgery, Dublin, IRELAND: Annual Meeting of the Society-of-Academic-and-Research-Surgery 98, pp. 48-48.
– Ismail M, Bokaee S, Davies J, Harrington KJ, Pandha H. (2009) ‘Inhibition of the aquaporin 3 water channel increases the sensitivity of prostate cancer cells to cryotherapy’. NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER, 100 (12), pp. 1889-1895.