Biography

I obtained my BSc (Hons, First class) in Physiology at the University of Liverpool in 2000, followed by my PhD in neonatal immunology in 2004. Following completion of my PhD I spent two years working in industry in the fields of regulatory and developmental toxicology before taking up the post of Lecturer in physiology at the newly formed Undergraduate School of Pharmacy at the University of Keele in 2006. I have a keen interest in equality, diversity and inclusivity in Higher Education and in accessibility of education for all.

Research and scholarship

My research interests lie in the development of the immune system, autoimmunity and immunotherapies, and more recently I have developed my interests in pedagogical research looking at how individuals learn and how technology and innovative teaching methods can improve the accessibility of education and the efficiency of teaching.

With a background in physiology, I have worked previously in industry in the fields of regulatory and developmental toxicology. I have a keen interest in equality, diversity and inclusivity in Higher Education and in accessibility of education for all.

Teaching

I teach a range of subjects on the MPharm program including physiology, anatomy, genetics and microbiology and offer an option topic on autoimmune diseases. I am the module leader for the Introduction to pharmaceutical science 1 and 2 modules on the BSc in pharmaceutical science, technology and business course.

Selected Publications

  • Voisey C. Manchester Pharmacy Education Conference 2018. Pharmacy Education, 2018; 18 (1) 231 - 254. International Pharmaceutical Federation. full text>
  • Voisey C. Manchester Pharmacy Education Conference 2018. Pharmacy Education, 2018; 18 (1) 231 - 254. International Pharmaceutical Federation. full text>
  • Voisey CL. 2018. Generation (Wh) Y; The Digital Face of Pharmaceutical Education. Open Access Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol. 2(1). doi> full text>
  • Stamelos VA, Fisher N, Bamrah H, Voisey C, Price JC, Farrell WE, Redman CW, Richardson A. 2016. The BH3 Mimetic Obatoclax Accumulates in Lysosomes and Causes Their Alkalinization. PLoS One, e0150696, vol. 11(3). link> doi>
  • Voisey C. 2015. The potential for virtual worlds in Higher Education: A short literature review. Journal of Academic Development and Education. full text>

Full Publications Listshow

Journal Articles

  • Voisey CL. 2018. Generation (Wh) Y; The Digital Face of Pharmaceutical Education. Open Access Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol. 2(1). doi> full text>
  • Stamelos VA, Fisher N, Bamrah H, Voisey C, Price JC, Farrell WE, Redman CW, Richardson A. 2016. The BH3 Mimetic Obatoclax Accumulates in Lysosomes and Causes Their Alkalinization. PLoS One, e0150696, vol. 11(3). link> doi>
  • Voisey C. 2015. The potential for virtual worlds in Higher Education: A short literature review. Journal of Academic Development and Education. full text>
  • Allen CL, Frisher M, White S, Varbiro G, Voisey C, Perumal D, Crome I, Khideja N, Bashford J. 2010. The role of cannabis and cannabinoids in diabetes. British Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease, 267-273, vol. 10. doi>

Other

  • Voisey C. Manchester Pharmacy Education Conference 2018. Pharmacy Education, 2018; 18 (1) 231 - 254. International Pharmaceutical Federation. full text>
  • Voisey C. Manchester Pharmacy Education Conference 2018. Pharmacy Education, 2018; 18 (1) 231 - 254. International Pharmaceutical Federation. full text>
  • Voisey C. Life in 3D; a different approach to pharmacy anatomy education. full text>

School address:
School of Pharmacy and Bioengineering
Hornbeam Building
Keele University
Staffordshire
ST5 5BG

Research centre address:
School of Pharmacy and Bioengineering
Guy Hilton Research Centre
Thornburrow Drive
Stoke-on-Trent
ST4 7QB
Tel: +44 (0) 1782 674988

Jack Ashley building accessibility

Undergraduate enquiries:
Email: enquiries@keele.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1782 734010

Postgraduate enquiries:
Please contact the CPD4ALL team:
Email: phab.postgraduate@keele.ac.uk

 

Keele Centre for Medicines Optimisation (KCMO)
Tel: +44 (0)1782 733831 / 734131

The Virtual Patient project enquiries:
Contact our Digital Development team:
Email: pharmacy.digital@keele.ac.uk