Prof. Mark Birch-Machin
Professor of Molecular Dermatology
Mark Birch-Machin, PhD, is Professor of Molecular Dermatology at Newcastle University (UK), Institute of Cellular Medicine and Associate Dean of Business Development for the Faculty of Medical Sciences.
He previously worked at Universities in Oregon, Paris and Toronto. He is a member of the Editorial Board of several international dermatology journals, and national/international advisory boards (including cosmetic companies) and grant committees for skin research and cosmetic regulation.
His research group focuses on the response of human skin to the environment, particularly within the context of skin ageing. He has an interest in understanding the role of mitochondria in UV and environmental-induced oxidative stress, skin cancer and the relationship between oxidative stress, nutritional status, pigmentation and skin aging as well as the science and use of sunscreens.
He is also a co-inventor on multiple patents including the invention of a dermatology product that sold in over a 1,000 stores in Canada. He has a long established track record of working with international media for more than 20 years.
- The Role of Mitochondrial DNA Damage and Function in Skin Ageing
4 July 2018 10:30 The Royal Society of Medicine