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Professor Saadeh Suleiman

Professor Saadeh Suleiman

Professor Saadeh Suleiman
PhD, DSc, FIACS, FRSB

Professor of Cardiac Physiology

Area of research

Cardiac Physiology & Myocardial Protection

Office Room 99
Level 7,
Bristol Royal Infirmary, Upper Maudlin Street BS2 8HW
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 34 23519

Research summary

Current research projects (basic science/translational/clinical):

  • Role of cyclic AMP/PKA/Epac signalling in cardioprotection
  • The Cardiac Role of the Exchange Protein Directly Activated by cAMP (Epac) During Postnatal Development
  • Right VENtricle function in Children-RVENCH study
  • The cardio-protective efficacy of cardioplegic solution supplemented with Sildenafil in neonatal pig model of cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegic arrest
  • Selective S-nitrosation of mitochondrial complex I by MitoSNO as a new therapy for cardiac ischaemia-reperfusion injury
  • A Polymeric Prosthetic Heart Valve from anisotropic nanocomposites– device optimisation and in vivo testing           
  • RIPC Clinical Trial: A two-centre randomised controlled trial investigating the effect of remote ischaemic ...

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Biography

Completed my high school studies in Jerusalem in 1971. After spending 2 years at Bir Zeit College, I joined the American University in Beirut and was awarded a BSc in 1975. Obtained a PhD degree from the Universityof Essex in 1980. Joined the faculty of An-Najah University in Palestine (1980-1987) during which I held senior positions including Head of Biology and Dean of Research and served as a member of the Board of Directors for Scholarships at the British Council in Jerusalem. Joined Physiology Department at Bristol in 1988 and during the early 1990s helped to establish the Bristol Heart ...

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Selected publications

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Recent publications

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