Dr Leah Marks

  • Senior Lecturer (Medicine)

telephone: 01413549457
email: Leah.Marks@glasgow.ac.uk

School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing, Academic Med. Genetics & Path.,, Room L2/B/118,Laboratory Medicine Building, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, G51 4TF

Biography

Lecturer in Medical Genetics

My main role as a lecturer is within the MSc Medical Genetics and Genomics, a long established and highly successful programme which attracts between 25-40 students per year, a large number of whom are international. I am also Programme Director for the newly established MSc Genetic and Genomic Counselling. In this context I teach through a variety of methods including lectures, problem based learning, small group tutorials, laboratory classes and one-to-one. I have a wide range of interests in teaching, in particular with respect to support of international students and using technology to enhance teaching and learning.

As well as the MSc, I also have a significant role within the Undergraduate MBChB programme. I have been the BMedSci (Women's and Children's Health) Deputy Course Coordinator since session 09/10. As part of this role I supervise student research projects in a variety of areas.

I am Year 1 MBChB block coordinator for 'Keeping People Healthy' an integrated Development and Public Health block. I was heavily involved in the development and planning stages of this teaching block and am responsible for its implementation each year.

Additionally, I coordinate five SSCs for Undergraduate Medical Students; Screening Programmes in Medical Genetics (2nd year), Medical Genetics (3rd year), Cancer in the 21st Century (3rd year), ‘MOOCs in Medical Education’ (4th year) and ‘MOOC Creation In Medical Education’ (4th year) and am the deputy coordinator of the SSC programme for the Medical School.

I am also an advisor of studies for students from Years 1-5 on the MBChB programme.

I am the joint lead academic on the course ‘Cancer in the 21st Century: The Genomic Revolution' - the University of Glasgow's first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) which ran first in May-June 2014 and attracted over 7500 registrations from over 40 countries.

Five subsequent runs of the MOOC have taken the total student enrolments to over 35,000. In collaboration with colleagues from the College of Social Sciences we have produced a review of our experiences of developing Glasgow first two MOOCs. This work was funded by an LTDF grant.

In the past year I have been responsible for an the exciting developing of two MOOCs as student-educator partnerships. ‘So you want to study life science?’ and ‘Basic First Aid: How to be an everyday hero’ which have been extremely well received. The first of these showcases both the life sciences in general and also highlights some of the many areas of excellence here at the University of Glasgow. The First Aid MOOC has allowed students to participate in public engagement in an important area.

I also enjoy science communication and run workshops for early years (P4-7) to engage and challenge children to consider relevant issues in genetics as well and have given talks on science careers to secondary school age children. I have also given talks to the ‘University of the Third Age’ groups on these topics.


Best Postgraduate Teaching Team Winners 2014

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The MSc in Medical Genetics Teaching Staff were winners in the 2014 UK-wide Prospects Postgraduate Awards for the category of Best Postgraduate Teaching Team (Science, Technology & Engineering), to recognise and reward excellence and good practice. This is the second year running that the team have reached the finals.
 
In July 2017 myself and my colleague Maria Jackson received the ‘Enhancing Student Learning Award’ for our ‘Closing the Feedback Loop’ project at the Herald Higher Education Awards.


Scholarship and Research

I have been a Fellow of the Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education since 2008 and gained Senior Fellowship in June 2016. I now mentor other staff through Glasgow’s RET process.

During a recent visit to the University of Adelaide as an Erasmus Scholar I investigated their approach to MOOC pedagogy as well as sharing our own extensive experience.

Recent educational research presentations (journal, oral and poster) are listed below and a full list can be found here.

  • Marks, L., McFadden, D., Shuttleworth, E. and Glasgow, K. (2017) Students as Educators: Enhancing Medical Education Through MOOC Creation. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference 2017, Helsinki, Finland, 26-30 Aug 2017
  • Marks, L. and Glasgow, K. (2017) Students as Educators in MOOCs.10th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 30 Mar 2017.
  • Is Peer Review an Appropriate Form of Assessment in a MOOC? (2016) Student Participation and Performance in Formative Peer Review. Sarah E. Meek, Louise Blakemore and Leah Marks, Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02602938.2016.1221052
  • What to do with a MOOC?  Using the latest e-learning trend to enhance medical education (2016) L Marks, Sarah Meek & Maria Jackson. Presentation at HEA Teaching and Learning in Health and Social Care conference, Glasgow
  • Playing the numbers game: Students as assessors in a MOOC context (2016) L Marks, Medical Genetics, Sarah Meek, Medical School, Camille Huser. Oral presentation: University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference
  • Using MOOCs to increase exposure to genomics in an undergraduate medical curriculum (2016) L. Marks, S. Meek and M. Jackson. European Society for Human Genetics. Poster presentation.
  • Is peer review an appropriate assessment and feedback tool for a MOOC? (2015) Sarah Meek, L Marks & Louise Blakemore. Oral presentation at AMEE E-learning Symposium, Glasgow.
  • Plagiarism Detection in MOOC Peer Review (2015) L. Marks. Oral Presentation at Futurelearn Academic Network
  • Improving the effectiveness of feedback by use of assessed reflections and withholding of grades (2015) Jackson, M. Marks, L. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education.
  • Building and Executing MOOCS: A practical review of Glasgow’s first two MOOCs (2015) Kerr, J. Houston, S. Marks, L. Richford, A.  http://www.gla.ac.uk/media/media_395337_en.pdf
  • MOOC-ing: expanding educational boundaries -with insights into the Genomic Revolution (2015) L. Marks. Invited speaker at East Lothian University of the 3rd Age.
  • The Making of a MOOC: Reflections from the Journey (2014) Leah Marks, Sarah Meek, Camille Huser and Louise Blakemore. Poster presented at University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference.
  • 'How Do We Know It's Effective?' (2013) A Research-based approach to studying the effects of technology in the classroom. L Marks & D Marks. Invited speaker at European Conference of International Schools.
  • Student Experience of Peer Assessment on an MSc. Programme (2013) Leah Marks and Maria Jackson. HEA Bioscience Education Journal.
  • Does use of touch screen computer technology improve classroom engagement in children? (2012) Marks, D; Laxton, T; McPhee, I; Cremin, L; Sneider, A; & Marks, L. Open Educational Research Journal.  Link to article
  • Student Experience of an MSc Course Assessed by Peer Review (2012) L. Marks. Oral Presentation at MVLS Annual Conference in Educational Scholarship
  • Impact of an online tutorial on postgraduate students' literature research skill (2010) L. Marks, Maria Jackson, Douglas Marks and Douglas Wilcox. Poster Presentation at University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference
  • Experiences in supporting international students during their studies in the UK (2009) L. Marks & Maria Jackson. Oral presentation at University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference

 Current projects
  • Audio versus written feedback in a PGT programme (LTDF funded study)
  • Students as creators in a MOOC context
  • Blending MOOCs into Medical Education

Previous Publications
  • Marks, L., Zamudio, S and Lyall, F.(2002)  MMP-9 expression is abnormal in placentae at high altitude: A link to chronic hypoxia. Hypertension in Pregnancy;21:111-111
  • Lyall, F., Marks, L., Cousins, F. & Duffie, E. (2004a) MMP-2 is temporally and spatially expressed in placentae throughout pregnancy. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 11, 85.
  • Lyall, F., Marks, L., Cousins, F. & Duffie, E. (2004b) MMP-9 is temporally and spatially expressed in placentae throughout pregnancy: Possible roles in invasion, tissue restructuring and vascular modelling. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 11, 440.
  • Lyall, F., Marks, L., Duffie, E., Cousins, F. & Zamudio, S. (2004c) Endothelial activation and E-selectin concentrations in the maternal circulation of high altitude pregnancies. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 11, 566.
  • Lyall, F., Newby, D., Marks, L., Cousins, F. & Duffie, L. (2004d) Villous explant culture: Evaluation of outgrowth in relation to measured oxygen concentrations. Placenta, 25, A60-A60.
  • Lyall, F., Newby, D., Marks, L. & Duffie, L. (2004e) Villous explant studies: A quantitative analysis of outgrowth in low and high oxygen concentrations. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 11, 634.
  • Newby, D., Marks, L., Cousins, F., Duffie, E. & Lyall, F. (2005a) Villous explant culture: Characterization and evaluation of a model to study trophoblast invasion. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 24, 75-91.
  • Newby, D., Marks, L. & Lyall, F. (2005b) Dissolved oxygen concentration in culture medium: Assumptions and pitfalls. Placenta, 26, 353-357.
  • Marks, L. & Lyall, F. (2005a) HIF-1a is temporally and spatially expressed in the placenta throughout pregnancy. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 12, 439.
  • Marks, L., McCaig, D., Cousins, F., Roberts, J. & Lyall, F. (2005b) Uncomplicated pregnancy and spontaneous miscarriage: The role of PECAM-1 in the placenta and placental bed. Placenta, 26, P803.
  • Marks, L., Zamudio, S., Cousins, F., Duffie, E. & Lyall, F. (2006a) Endothelial activation and cell adhesion molecule concentrations in pregnant women living at high altitude. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 13, 399-403.
  • McCaig, D., Marks, L., Newby, D. & Lyall, F. (2006b) Effects of hypoxia & reoxygenation on expression of heme-oxygenase 1 protein in vitro. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 25, 49-49.

Publications

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2021

Blakemore, L., Huser, C. , Linn, A. and Marks, L. (2021) The importance of digital literacy education in a cancer genomics MOOC. In: Hays, L. and Kammer, J. (eds.) Integrating Digital Literacy in the Disciplines. Stylus Publishing: Sterling, Virginia. ISBN 9781642672121

Huser, C. , Campbell, S. , Fontaine, S. , Jamieson, S. , Marks, L., Singer, J. and Young, R. (2021) Lessons learned from early adopters of blended and online learning. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 9(2), pp. 137-145. (doi: 10.14297/jpaap.v9i2.488)

Donald, C. , Veitch, N. , Edmond, A., Marks, L., Kirkwood, N., Carman, C. , McDonnell, N. and Macpherson, F. (2021) The Impact of Using Virtual Reality Lessons to Teach Online. Evolving Molecular Bioscience Education, 27-28 May 2021.

2020

McIntyre, K. and Marks, L. (2020) Bridging the gap: implementation of an online induction course for first year medical students. 13th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 25 Aug 2020. (Unpublished)

McIntyre, K. and Marks, L. (2020) Bridging the gap: implementing an online induction course to support students' transition into first year medicine. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference 2020, 7-9 Sept 2020. (Unpublished)

Jackson, M., Marks, L., May, G. and Bhatti, S. (2020) Giving Students More Choice in What Feedback They Receive – a Way of Improving Feedback Effectiveness? 13th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 01 Apr 2020. (Unpublished)

Blakemore, L. M., Meek, S. E.M. and Marks, L. K. (2020) Equipping learners to evaluate online health care resources: longitudinal study of learning design strategies in a health care massive open online course. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22(2), e15177. (doi: 10.2196/15177)

2019

Huser, C. , Marks, L., Linn, A. and Meek, S. (2019) Student-created online teaching resources for students. In: Rea, P. M. (ed.) Biomedical Visualisation, Volume 4. Series: Advances in experimental medicine and biology (1171). Springer International Publishing: Cham, pp. 37-46. ISBN 9783030242800 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-24281-7_4)

Huser, C. , Marks, L. and Burke, J. (2019) Moderation of Assessment in a Student Selected Component Context. AMEE 2019, Vienna, Austria, 24-28 Aug 2019.

2018

Jackson, M., Marks, L., May, G. H.W. and Wilson, J. B. (2018) The genetic basis of disease. Essays In Biochemistry, 62(5), pp. 643-723. (doi: 10.1042/EBC20170053)

Marks, L. and Meek, S. (2018) Blending MOOCs into medical education. MedEdPublish, 7(1), pp. 60-63. (doi: 10.15694/mep.2018.0000060.1)

2017

Marks, L. and Glasgow, K. (2017) Students as Educators in MOOCs. 10th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 30 Mar 2017.

Marks, L., McFadden, D., Shuttleworth, E. and Glasgow, K. (2017) Students as Educators: Enhancing Medical Education Through MOOC Creation. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference 2017, Helsinki, Finland, 26-30 Aug 2017.

Meek, S. E.M., Blakemore, L. and Marks, L. (2017) Is peer review an appropriate form of assessment in a MOOC? Student participation and performance in formative peer review. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 42(6), pp. 1000-1013. (doi: 10.1080/02602938.2016.1221052)

2016

Jackson, M. and Marks, L. (2016) Improving the effectiveness of feedback by use of assessed reflections and withholding of grades. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 41(4), pp. 532-547. (doi: 10.1080/02602938.2015.1030588)

Marks, L., Meek, S., Huser, C. and Blakemore, L. (2016) Playing the Numbers Game: Students as Assessors in a MOOC Context. 9th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 12 Apr 2016.

Marks, L., Meek, S. and Jackson, M. (2016) Using MOOCs to Increase Exposure to Genomics in an Undergraduate Medical Curriculum. The European Human Genetics Conference 2016, Barcelona, Spain, 21-24 May 2016.

Marks, L., Meek, S. and Jackson, M. (2016) What to do with a MOOC? Using the Latest e-Learning Trend to Enhance Medical Education. HEA Health and Social Care Conference, Glasgow, UK, 24-25 Feb 2016.

2015

Meek, S., Marks, L. and Blakemore, L. (2015) Is Peer Review an Appropriate Assessment and Feedback Tool for a MOOC? AMEE eLearning Symposium, Glasgow, Scotland, 06-09 Sep 2015.

Watt, C.M., Jackson, M., Sharp, L. , Marks, L. and Tobias, E.S. (2015) Developing a Master of Science in Genetic and Genomic Counseling in Scotland: a Collaboration Between the West of Scotland Genetic Services and the University of Glasgow. European Society for Human Genetics Conference, Glasgow, UK, 06-09 Jun 2015.

Kerr, J., Houston, S., Marks, L. and Richford, A. (2015) Building and Executing MOOCs: A Practical Review of Glasgow's First Two MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

2014

Marks, L., Meek, S., Huser, C. and Blakemore, L. (2014) The Making of a MOOC: Reflections from the Journey! 7th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 10 Apr 2014.

2013

Marks, L. and Jackson, M. (2013) Student experience of peer assessment on an MSc programme. Bioscience Education, 21(1), pp. 20-28.

Marks, L. and Marks, D. (2013) A Research-based Approach to Studying the Effects of Technology in the Classroom. European Conference of International Schools

2012

Marks, D., Laxton, T., McPhee, I., Cremin, L., Sneider, A. and Marks, L. (2012) Does use of touch screen computer technology improve classroom engagement in children? Online Educational Research Journal,

Marks, L. (2012) Student Experience of an MSc Course Assessed by Peer Review. MVLS Annual Conference in Educational Scholarship, Glasgow, UK

2010

Marks, L., Jackson, M., Marks, D. and Wilcox, D. (2010) Impact of an Online Tutorial on Postgraduate Students’ Literature Research Skills. 3rd Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference: Enabling Transitions: Into, through and out of university, Glasgow, UK, 22 Apr 2010.

2009

Jackson, M., Marks, L. and Wilcox, D. (2009) Experiences in Supporting International Students During their Studies in the UK. 2nd Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference: Promoting Student Success through the Curriculum, Glasgow, UK, 24 Apr 2009.

2007

Marks, L., Spiller, O.B., Okroj, M., Chanas, S., Aitken, J.A., Wong, S.W., Damania, B., Blom, A.M. and Blackbourn, D.J. (2007) Molecular characterization of the rhesus rhadinovirus (RRV) ORF4 gene and the RRV complement control protein it encodes. Journal of Virology, 81, pp. 4166-4176. (doi: 10.1128/JVI.02069-06)

2006

Marks, L., Zarnudio, S., Cousins, F., Duffie, E. and Lyall, F. (2006) Endothelial activation and cell adhesion molecule concentrations in pregnant women living at high altitude. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 13(6), pp. 399-403. (doi: 10.1016/j.jsgi.2006.05.001) (PMID:16879990)

McCaig, D., Marks, L., Newby, D. and Lyall, F. (2006) Effects of hypoxia & reoxygenation on expression of heme-oxygenase 1 protein in vitro. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 25(Sup1), p. 49. (doi: 10.1080/10641950600783864)

2005

Marks, L., McCaig, D., Cousins, F., Roberts, J. and Lyall, F. (2005) Uncomplicated pregnancy and spontaneous miscarriage: the role of PECAM-1 in the placenta and placental bed. Placenta, 26(8-9), A34. (doi: 10.1016/j.placenta.2005.06.001)

Newby, D., Marks, L. and Lyall, F. (2005) Dissolved oxygen concentration in culture medium: Assumptions and pitfalls. Placenta, 26(4), pp. 353-357. (doi: 10.1016/j.placenta.2004.07.002) (PMID:15823622)

Marks, L. and Lyall, F. (2005) HIF-1a is temporally and spatially expressed in the placenta throughout pregnancy. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 12(S2), 226A. (doi: 10.1177/1933719105012S209)

Newby, D., Marks, L., Cousins, F., Duffie, E. and Lyall, F. (2005) Villous explant culture: Characterization and evaluation of a model to study trophoblast invasion. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 24(1), pp. 75-91. (doi: 10.1081/PRG-45785) (PMID:16036393)

2004

Lyall, F., Newby, D., Marks, L., Cousins, F. and Duffie, L. (2004) Villous explant culture: evaluation of outgrowth in relation to measured oxygen concentrations. Placenta, 25(8-9), A60. (doi: 10.1016/j.placenta.2004.06.006)

Lyall, F., Marks, L., Cousins, F. and Duffie, E. (2004) MMP-2 is temporally and spatially expressed in placentae throughout pregnancy. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 11(S2), 98A. (doi: 10.1177/107155760401100201)

Lyall, F., Marks, L., Cousins, F. and Duffie, E. (2004) MMP-9 is temporally and spatially expressed in placentae throughout pregnancy: possible roles in invasion, tissue restructuring and vascular modelling. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 11(S2), 220A. (doi: 10.1177/107155760401100201)

Lyall, F., Marks, L., Duffie, E., Cousins, F. and Zamudio, S. (2004) Endothelial activation and E-selectin concentrations in the maternal circulation of high altitude pregnancies. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 11(S2), 264A. (doi: 10.1177/107155760401100201)

Lyall, F., Newby, D., Marks, L. and Duffie, L. (2004) Villous explant studies: a quantitative analysis of outgrowth in low and high oxygen concentrations. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 11(S2), 287A. (doi: 10.1177/107155760401100201)

2002

Marks, L., Zamudio, S. and Lyall, F. (2002) MMP-9 expression is abnormal in placentae at high altitude: A link to chronic hypoxia. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 21, p. 111.

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Articles

Huser, C. , Campbell, S. , Fontaine, S. , Jamieson, S. , Marks, L., Singer, J. and Young, R. (2021) Lessons learned from early adopters of blended and online learning. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 9(2), pp. 137-145. (doi: 10.14297/jpaap.v9i2.488)

Blakemore, L. M., Meek, S. E.M. and Marks, L. K. (2020) Equipping learners to evaluate online health care resources: longitudinal study of learning design strategies in a health care massive open online course. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22(2), e15177. (doi: 10.2196/15177)

Jackson, M., Marks, L., May, G. H.W. and Wilson, J. B. (2018) The genetic basis of disease. Essays In Biochemistry, 62(5), pp. 643-723. (doi: 10.1042/EBC20170053)

Marks, L. and Meek, S. (2018) Blending MOOCs into medical education. MedEdPublish, 7(1), pp. 60-63. (doi: 10.15694/mep.2018.0000060.1)

Meek, S. E.M., Blakemore, L. and Marks, L. (2017) Is peer review an appropriate form of assessment in a MOOC? Student participation and performance in formative peer review. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 42(6), pp. 1000-1013. (doi: 10.1080/02602938.2016.1221052)

Jackson, M. and Marks, L. (2016) Improving the effectiveness of feedback by use of assessed reflections and withholding of grades. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 41(4), pp. 532-547. (doi: 10.1080/02602938.2015.1030588)

Marks, L. and Jackson, M. (2013) Student experience of peer assessment on an MSc programme. Bioscience Education, 21(1), pp. 20-28.

Marks, D., Laxton, T., McPhee, I., Cremin, L., Sneider, A. and Marks, L. (2012) Does use of touch screen computer technology improve classroom engagement in children? Online Educational Research Journal,

Marks, L., Spiller, O.B., Okroj, M., Chanas, S., Aitken, J.A., Wong, S.W., Damania, B., Blom, A.M. and Blackbourn, D.J. (2007) Molecular characterization of the rhesus rhadinovirus (RRV) ORF4 gene and the RRV complement control protein it encodes. Journal of Virology, 81, pp. 4166-4176. (doi: 10.1128/JVI.02069-06)

Marks, L., Zarnudio, S., Cousins, F., Duffie, E. and Lyall, F. (2006) Endothelial activation and cell adhesion molecule concentrations in pregnant women living at high altitude. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 13(6), pp. 399-403. (doi: 10.1016/j.jsgi.2006.05.001) (PMID:16879990)

McCaig, D., Marks, L., Newby, D. and Lyall, F. (2006) Effects of hypoxia & reoxygenation on expression of heme-oxygenase 1 protein in vitro. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 25(Sup1), p. 49. (doi: 10.1080/10641950600783864)

Marks, L., McCaig, D., Cousins, F., Roberts, J. and Lyall, F. (2005) Uncomplicated pregnancy and spontaneous miscarriage: the role of PECAM-1 in the placenta and placental bed. Placenta, 26(8-9), A34. (doi: 10.1016/j.placenta.2005.06.001)

Newby, D., Marks, L. and Lyall, F. (2005) Dissolved oxygen concentration in culture medium: Assumptions and pitfalls. Placenta, 26(4), pp. 353-357. (doi: 10.1016/j.placenta.2004.07.002) (PMID:15823622)

Marks, L. and Lyall, F. (2005) HIF-1a is temporally and spatially expressed in the placenta throughout pregnancy. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 12(S2), 226A. (doi: 10.1177/1933719105012S209)

Newby, D., Marks, L., Cousins, F., Duffie, E. and Lyall, F. (2005) Villous explant culture: Characterization and evaluation of a model to study trophoblast invasion. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 24(1), pp. 75-91. (doi: 10.1081/PRG-45785) (PMID:16036393)

Lyall, F., Newby, D., Marks, L., Cousins, F. and Duffie, L. (2004) Villous explant culture: evaluation of outgrowth in relation to measured oxygen concentrations. Placenta, 25(8-9), A60. (doi: 10.1016/j.placenta.2004.06.006)

Lyall, F., Marks, L., Cousins, F. and Duffie, E. (2004) MMP-2 is temporally and spatially expressed in placentae throughout pregnancy. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 11(S2), 98A. (doi: 10.1177/107155760401100201)

Lyall, F., Marks, L., Cousins, F. and Duffie, E. (2004) MMP-9 is temporally and spatially expressed in placentae throughout pregnancy: possible roles in invasion, tissue restructuring and vascular modelling. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 11(S2), 220A. (doi: 10.1177/107155760401100201)

Lyall, F., Marks, L., Duffie, E., Cousins, F. and Zamudio, S. (2004) Endothelial activation and E-selectin concentrations in the maternal circulation of high altitude pregnancies. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 11(S2), 264A. (doi: 10.1177/107155760401100201)

Lyall, F., Newby, D., Marks, L. and Duffie, L. (2004) Villous explant studies: a quantitative analysis of outgrowth in low and high oxygen concentrations. Journal of the Society For Gynecologic Investigation, 11(S2), 287A. (doi: 10.1177/107155760401100201)

Marks, L., Zamudio, S. and Lyall, F. (2002) MMP-9 expression is abnormal in placentae at high altitude: A link to chronic hypoxia. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 21, p. 111.

Book Sections

Blakemore, L., Huser, C. , Linn, A. and Marks, L. (2021) The importance of digital literacy education in a cancer genomics MOOC. In: Hays, L. and Kammer, J. (eds.) Integrating Digital Literacy in the Disciplines. Stylus Publishing: Sterling, Virginia. ISBN 9781642672121

Huser, C. , Marks, L., Linn, A. and Meek, S. (2019) Student-created online teaching resources for students. In: Rea, P. M. (ed.) Biomedical Visualisation, Volume 4. Series: Advances in experimental medicine and biology (1171). Springer International Publishing: Cham, pp. 37-46. ISBN 9783030242800 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-24281-7_4)

Research Reports or Papers

Kerr, J., Houston, S., Marks, L. and Richford, A. (2015) Building and Executing MOOCs: A Practical Review of Glasgow's First Two MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Conference or Workshop Item

Donald, C. , Veitch, N. , Edmond, A., Marks, L., Kirkwood, N., Carman, C. , McDonnell, N. and Macpherson, F. (2021) The Impact of Using Virtual Reality Lessons to Teach Online. Evolving Molecular Bioscience Education, 27-28 May 2021.

McIntyre, K. and Marks, L. (2020) Bridging the gap: implementation of an online induction course for first year medical students. 13th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 25 Aug 2020. (Unpublished)

McIntyre, K. and Marks, L. (2020) Bridging the gap: implementing an online induction course to support students' transition into first year medicine. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference 2020, 7-9 Sept 2020. (Unpublished)

Jackson, M., Marks, L., May, G. and Bhatti, S. (2020) Giving Students More Choice in What Feedback They Receive – a Way of Improving Feedback Effectiveness? 13th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 01 Apr 2020. (Unpublished)

Huser, C. , Marks, L. and Burke, J. (2019) Moderation of Assessment in a Student Selected Component Context. AMEE 2019, Vienna, Austria, 24-28 Aug 2019.

Marks, L. and Glasgow, K. (2017) Students as Educators in MOOCs. 10th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 30 Mar 2017.

Marks, L., McFadden, D., Shuttleworth, E. and Glasgow, K. (2017) Students as Educators: Enhancing Medical Education Through MOOC Creation. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference 2017, Helsinki, Finland, 26-30 Aug 2017.

Marks, L., Meek, S., Huser, C. and Blakemore, L. (2016) Playing the Numbers Game: Students as Assessors in a MOOC Context. 9th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 12 Apr 2016.

Marks, L., Meek, S. and Jackson, M. (2016) Using MOOCs to Increase Exposure to Genomics in an Undergraduate Medical Curriculum. The European Human Genetics Conference 2016, Barcelona, Spain, 21-24 May 2016.

Marks, L., Meek, S. and Jackson, M. (2016) What to do with a MOOC? Using the Latest e-Learning Trend to Enhance Medical Education. HEA Health and Social Care Conference, Glasgow, UK, 24-25 Feb 2016.

Meek, S., Marks, L. and Blakemore, L. (2015) Is Peer Review an Appropriate Assessment and Feedback Tool for a MOOC? AMEE eLearning Symposium, Glasgow, Scotland, 06-09 Sep 2015.

Watt, C.M., Jackson, M., Sharp, L. , Marks, L. and Tobias, E.S. (2015) Developing a Master of Science in Genetic and Genomic Counseling in Scotland: a Collaboration Between the West of Scotland Genetic Services and the University of Glasgow. European Society for Human Genetics Conference, Glasgow, UK, 06-09 Jun 2015.

Marks, L., Meek, S., Huser, C. and Blakemore, L. (2014) The Making of a MOOC: Reflections from the Journey! 7th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 10 Apr 2014.

Marks, L. and Marks, D. (2013) A Research-based Approach to Studying the Effects of Technology in the Classroom. European Conference of International Schools

Marks, L. (2012) Student Experience of an MSc Course Assessed by Peer Review. MVLS Annual Conference in Educational Scholarship, Glasgow, UK

Marks, L., Jackson, M., Marks, D. and Wilcox, D. (2010) Impact of an Online Tutorial on Postgraduate Students’ Literature Research Skills. 3rd Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference: Enabling Transitions: Into, through and out of university, Glasgow, UK, 22 Apr 2010.

Jackson, M., Marks, L. and Wilcox, D. (2009) Experiences in Supporting International Students During their Studies in the UK. 2nd Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference: Promoting Student Success through the Curriculum, Glasgow, UK, 24 Apr 2009.

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