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Andrew Galloway

BSc (Hons) Hort. MSc Plant Sci. & Biotech. PhD Biology


Research Coordinator

Communication I Finance I University Administration

My role as Research Coordinator for the Wellcome Centre of Integrative Neuroimaging (WIN) primarily involves managing centre communications through newsletters, maintaining a staff intranet and centre website, organising cross-centre seminars and events; income management through billing facilities users, auditing and budgeting; maintaining centre records, surveys and assist with general administration such as inductions.

My background is in university administration and research and have previously been employed at the University of Tromso, Arctic Circle Norway and the University of Leeds, Yorkshire.

Select Publications

Galloway, AF. Akhtar, J. Marcus, SE. Fletcher, N. Field, K. Knox, JP. (2020). Cereal root exudates contain highly structurally complex polysaccharides with soil-binding properties. Plant J. 103: 1666-1678 doi.org/10.1111/tpj.14852


Galloway AF, Knox JP, Krause K. (2019). Sticky Mucilages and Exudates of Plants - Putative Microenvironmental Design Elements with Biotechnology Value. New Phytol. doi.org/ 10.1111/nph.16144


Akhtar J, Galloway AF, Nikolopoulos G, Field KJ, Knox JP (2018). A quantitative method for the high throughput screening for the soil adhesion properties of plant and microbial polysaccharides and exudates. Plant & Soil. 3670: 1-9. doi.org/10.1007/s11104-018-3670-1

 

Galloway AF, Pedersen MJ, Merry B, Marcus SE, Blacker J, Benning LG, Field KJ, Knox JP (2018). Xyloglucan is released by plants and promotes soil particle aggregation. New Phytol. 217: 1128-1136. doi.org/10.1111/nph.14897