Mrs Trish Procter

Title: Lecturer
Phone: +44 (0)1782 733771
Email: p.procter@keele.ac.uk
Location: Huxley 103a
Role: Year 3 tutor BSc (Hons) (Applied) Biomedical Science, Deputy Clinical Placement Coordinator, Chair Student Project Ethics Committee, Keele Approach Champion, Careers Officer, Faculty KUSP Committee representative, IPE Sub-committee member, First Aider, Mental Health First Aider, Personal Tutor,
Contacting me: Try my office or arrange an appointment by e-mail.
trish procter

I was appointed as a part-time Lecturer in Biomedical Science in 2010 whilst working as a registered Specialist Biomedical Scientist (BMS) in Haematology and Transfusion Practice at Royal Stoke University (RSUH) Hospital.

In 1997 I began my career in Pathology working at (RSUH) as a Medical Laboratory Assistant. At this time I completed my ‘A’ levels by attending evening classes. I was then appointed as a Trainee Biomedical Scientist and graduated in 2005 with a BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science from Manchester Metropolitan University. After twelve months consolidating my knowledge as Health Professions Council, Registered Biomedical Scientist I went back to studying and in 2009 completed an MSc in Biomedical Science (Haematology) also at Manchester. I was then appointed as a Specialist Biomedical Scientist and Training Officer in Haematology and Transfusion Science and obtained my Specialist Diploma in Haematology with Transfusion Practice in 2012

I began teaching at Keele in 2008 firstly demonstrating practical laboratory skills to the students and subsequently delivering specialist lectures. In 2010 I was fortunate enough to secure a part time lecture post and from 2012 became a full time lecturer at Keele. I now deliver lecturers tutorials and practical classes to both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

As a practicing BMS I have a wide variety of interests relating to blood cells and their disorders. Recently I have commenced research investigating the anticoagulant effects of heparin and how it could be manipulated to give more predictable results leading to improved patient care.

Since starting work at Keele I have completed the MA in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. I am a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Scientists and also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Undergraduate
  • SHAR 00009: Inter-Professional Education
  • LSC 00003: Introduction to Biology of the Human Organism
  • LSC 10030: Case Studies in Medicine
  • LSC 10035: Introduction to Medical Laboratory Science
  • LSC 20010: Medical Laboratory Sciences I
  • LSC 20011: Medical Laboratory Sciences II
  • LSC 20040: Professional Relationships (Module Manager)
  • LSC 30007: Biology Dissertation
  • LSC 30008/3(5): (Double) Biochemistry Research Projects
  • LSC 30010: Biochemistry in Practice: Acquisition, Analysis and Communication of Information
  • LSB 30014: Biochemistry Research Project (Non-experimental)
  • LSC 30015: Biology Of Disease
  • LSC 30026: Case Studies in Biomedical Science
  • LSC 30034(44): (Double) Applied Biomedical Science Placement (Module Manager)
Postgraduate
  • LSC 40029: Biomedical Ethics and Grant Proposal
  • LSC 40030: Project Management and Business Planning
  • LSC 40033: Advanced Laboratory Techniques
  • LSC 40042: Case Studies in Blood Science I
  • LSC 40035: Clinical Pathology II (Module Manager)
  • LSC 40041: Case Studies in Blood Sciences II (Module Manager)
  • LSC 40040: Dissertation- Blood Sciences Research Project