In Memory of

Mark Dunne (002)

Mark Dunne

In memory of Mark Dunne, Professor of Physiological Sciences at the University of Manchester 

Book Owner: Jenny Parr
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Ian Findlay

I first met Mark (1983?) when he, Cathy Fuller and Andy Morris joined OHP’s lab in the basement of the old Physiology/Med School building at Liverpool. All three were post-grads starting their PhDs. The core of the lab was exocrine acinar cell physiology/electrophysiology. I was working with the lacrimal gland. So, when OHP introduced …

Lindsey Rigby

Dear Karen, I was so deeply shocked and saddened to hear the dreadful news of Marks passing. He was an inspiration to many people in the CHI community. His ability to be able to explain extremely complicated science to the families that CHI affects was a joy to behold. He felt so deeply about …

Les Satin

I was very sad to learn of Mark’s passing. He was a great colleague and someone with a great sense of humor, too. We had a particularly good time hanging out in Kyoto once at a K(ATP) channel meeting and then traveling by train to Nara together. He will be sorely missed. Deepest condolences …

Samira Hosseini Alghaderi

I am very saddened to learn Mark’s passing. Mark was my MRes supervisor and mentor and I had the opportunity to work in his lab for almost a year. He taught me how to write a research proposal, conduct high quality research up to a MRes thesis. He first introduced me to the stem …

Geoffrey and Susanne Straub-Sharp

Geoffrey and Susanne Straub-Sharp Dear Karen, this is so sad. We hope you and your daughters gain solace from your memories of Mark, a life well-lived, your combined achievements, and the acclaim of his many friends and fellow scientists – the sense of loss is widespread.I first met Mark during a poster session at …

Maria Estebanez

It’s terrible sad news Mark‘s passing. He was my MPhil supervisor, and I am so grateful I had the opportunity to work in his lab. I learnt a great deal with him, Karen and both their students about basic science and research, beta-cells, pancreatic histology. I have very good memories of that period and …

Dr Zainab Mohamed

Mark was an inspiring mentor and supervisor to me during my postgraduation at university. I first met him in 2015. He was full of life and energy, approachable,  always there for colleagues when we needed his support the most. He has been an inspiration to me in the labs and as a doctor, during …

Peter Brown

Mark as a friend – I first met Mark in 1987 shortly after I had returned from the US. From the start Mark was welcoming, generous with his time and helpful. Over the intervening 35 years Mark was always supportive as a friend and latterly as a colleague. Mark as a father – My …

Rachel MacGregor

I was so shocked by the news of Mark’s passing.  Mark was always happy to stop and chat to us and have a laugh and I am really going to miss this.  My heart goes out to Karen and their daughters. …

Geoffrey and Susanne Straub-Sharp

Geoffrey and Susanne Straub-Sharp Dear Karen, this is so sad. We hope you and your daughters gain solace from your memories of Mark, a life well-lived, your combined achievements, and the acclaim of his many friends and fellow scientists – the sense of loss is widespread.I first met Mark during a poster session at …
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