Lindsay Morgan

Lindsay Morgan


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Position: Course Director, MSc in General Pharmacy Practice and Teacher/Practitioner jointly with Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge

Current post
Lindsay is part of the Postgraduate Education Team, involved in designing, coordinating and delivering the Joint Programmes Board (JPB) MSc/Postgraduate Diploma in General Pharmacy Practice to East of England NHS trainees. She is also a senior clinical pharmacist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge where she specialises in clinical education and training and looks after the pharmaceutical needs of medical and surgical patients day-to-day. As part of her role at Addenbrooke's, she teaches on the Clinical Pharmacology module for the students of Cambridge Medical School and coordinates teaching related to medicines management for final year medical undergraduates. 

She has an interest in clinical and pharmacological research and has a PhD in Neuropharmacology. Her specific research interests are age-related neuronal decline, the physiology of the diseased gastrointestinal tract and functional bowel disorders and she translates this into specific teaching on core central nervous system physiology, biology, pharmacology and therapeutics on the MPharm course. She is also interested in the evolution of pharmacist education from undergraduate through to consultant-level practice, and the development of novel learning opportunities, environments and formative assessments to facilitate individual development in the workplace.

Recent Publications
Morgan, L. D.
A characterisation and functional analysis of the role of the 14-3-3-like proteins in neuronal ageing in the pond snail, Lymnaea stagnalis. PhD Thesis (2012).

An independent evaluation of frameworks for professional development in pharmacy. Report of the MPC
Workstream 2 Project: Independent evaluation
Wright DJ, Morgan L.
Published July 2012.

Chromatographic assay to study the activity of multiple enzymes involved in the synthesis and metabolism of dopamine and serotonin.
Morgan LD, Baker H, Yeoman MS, Patel BA.
Analyst, 2012, 137(6), 1409-15.
DOI: 10.1039/C2AN16227J

Age-related changes in mucosal serotonin transmission mechanisms vary in the lower bowel.
Morgan LD, Parmar L, Yeoman MS, Patel BA.
Neurogastroenterology and Motility, 2011, 23, 50-50

Colonic migratory motor complex (CMMC) frequency is reduced in aged murine colon due to elevated serotonin release.
Morgan LD, Honey M, Yeoman MS, Patel, BA.
Neurogastroenterology and Motility, 2011, 23, 48-48

Intracellular and extracellular sampling to monitor the neurotransmission process using a chromatographic method.
Parmar L, Morgan LD, Patel BA.
Analytical Methods, 2011, 3, 2770
DOI: 10.1039/C1AY05520H


2011 - present - Course Director (MSc GPP) and Teacher/Practitioner – University of East Anglia
2011 - present - Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
2012 - present – Associate lecturer (Clinical Pharmacology) Cambridge Medical School
2008 - 2011 - Visiting Lecturer (Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics) School of Pharmacy, University of Brighton
2010 - 2011 – Teaching associate (Cardiovascular Therapeutics) Brighton and Sussex Medical School
2008 - 2011 - PhD, School of Pharmacy, University of Brighton
2006 - 2012 - Locum Community Pharmacist
2006 - 2010 - Clinical Pharmacist, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust
2005 - 2006 - Rotational Pharmacist, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust
2004 - 2005 - Preregistration Pharmacist, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust
2000 - 2004 - MPharm, School of Pharmacy, University of Brighton

Academic Background

2008 - 2012 – PhD, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, University of Brighton
2006 - 2007 – Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy, Queens University Belfast
2005 - 2006 – Certificate in Pharmacy Practice, London School of Pharmacy
2000 - 2004 – MPharm, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, University of Brighton