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Dr Renee Lee – University of Reading

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Dr Renee Lee

Dr Renee Lee
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Renee Lee



  • Teaching Fellow
  • Coordinating and delivering teaching programmes within the School of Biological Sciences

Areas of Interest

  • Compound/species-specific biomarkers (molecular fossils)
  • Trace metal homeostasis in biology (metalloenzymes and isotopic fractionation)
  • Acidic polysaccharides and calcification
  • Biomineralisation in coccolithophores
  • Evolution of RuBisCO and carbon concentrating mechanisms through time 


  • Part 1: Key Skills in Biological Sciences, Human Physiology, Metabolic and Practical Biochemistry
  • Part 2: Life and Death of a Cell, Professional Career Development
  • Part 3: Final Year Projects
  • PhD (D. Phil.): Maeve Eason-Hubbard, Ana Heureux (completed)
  • Module coordinator for Industrial and Summer Placements


  • Prof. Rosalind Rickaby, University of Oxford
  • Prof. Alex Halliday, University of Oxford
  • Prof. Ann Pearson, Harvard University
  • Prof. Colin Brownlee, Marine Biological Association
  • Dr Fabio Nudelman, University of Edinburgh
  • Dr Chris Day, University of Oxford
  • Dr Fiona Larner, University of Oxford

Research groups / Centres


Jump to: 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2013
Number of items: 8.






This list was generated on Thu Apr 22 18:25:49 2021 UTC.

Selected publications

  • Horner, T. J., Lee, R. B. Y., Henderson, G. M. & Rickaby, R. E. M. (2013) Nonspecific uptake and homeostasis drive the oceanic cadmium cycle. Proc. Natl. Acad. U.S.A. 110: 2500-2505.
  • Horner, T. J., Lee, R. B. Y., Henderson, G. M. & Rickaby, R. E. M. (2013) Reply to Morel: Cadmium as micronutrient and macrotoxin in the oceans. Proc. Natl. Acad. U.S.A. 110: E1878.
  • Lee, R. B. Y., Smith, J. A. C. & Rickaby, R. E. M (2013) Cloning, expression and characterization of the δ-carbonic anhydrase of Thalassiosira weissflogii (Bacillariophyceae). J. Phycol. 49: 170-177.

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