Damian Miles Bailey's Ph.D. thesis began during his appointment as the First Research Physiologist at the British Olympic Medical Centre in collaboration with the Department of Biochemistry at Oxford University. As a former international athlete, his thesis focused on the factors that limit vascular oxygen transport and subsequent implications for human exercise performance. Bailey's research interests have since focused on understanding the source, mechanisms, and consequences of free radical formation in vascular disease with a specific emphasis on the human cerebral circulation. His current position is a Professor of physiology and biochemistry at the University of Glamorgan, where he is also the Head of the Neurovascular Research Laboratory and Research Unit Leader.
Biography Updated on 17 January 2012