Dr. Wilson Douglas

Dr. Wilson Douglas

Design methodologist

School Medicine, Pharmacy and Health
Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Well-being, Queen's Campus, University Boulevard, Stockton, United Kingdom, TS17 6BH

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Biography for Douglas Wilson: Dr Wilson received his DSc from the University of Wales in 2006 in recognition of 25 years research experience in Cancer Research at Cardiff University and elsewhere, and 13 years research experience in Agricultural Research with ADAS Wolverhampton. He is a Fellow of the Wolfson Institute for Health and Well-being at Queen’s Campus, Durham University. His research interests are Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer.

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Books: authored

1. Turtoi, C., Cornélissen, G., Regal, P., Wilson, D., Holley, D. & Halberg, F. (2004). Rainfall, crop yields, and magnetism revisited. Center for Southeast Asian Studies.

Books: sections

1. Singh, R B, Singh, A K, De Meester, F, Fedacko, J, Dharwadkar, S M, Juneja, L R & Wilson, D W (Accepted). Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids on Genetic Expressions. In TBC. Springer. TBC.
2. Halberg, F., Cornelissen, G., Matalova, G., Siegelova, J., Sonkowsky, R, Chibisov, S. M., Ulmer, W., Wilson, D., Revilla, M., Katinas, G. S., Homolka, P., Dusek, J., Fiser, B., Sanchez de la Pena, S. Schwartzkopff, O. & Beaty, L. A. (2009). C. Mendel's Legacy. In Proceedings Symposium: Noninvasive Methods in Cardiology 2009. Halberg, F., Kenner, T., Fiser, B. & Siegelova, J. Czech Republic: Faculty of Medicine Masaryk University. 77-111.
3. Halberg, F., Cornélissen, G., Matalova, G., Siegelova, J., Sonkowsky, R., Chibisov, S.M., Ulmer, W., Wilson, D., Revilla, M., Katinas, G.S., Homolka, P., Dusek, J., Fiser, B., Sanchez de la Pena, S., Schwartzkopff, O. & Beaty, L.A. (2009). C. Mendel's Legacy: Omnis cyclus e cosmo: Mendel's chronoastrobiological legacy for transdisciplinary science in personalized health care. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Noninvasive methods in cardiology. Halberg F., Kenner T., Fišer B. & Siegelová J. Brno, Czech Republic: Masaryk University. 77-111.
4. Regal, P., Cornélissen, G., Turtoi, C., Wilson, D. & Halberg, F. (2004). Chronomes of crop yields: solar magnetic cycles implicated in year-to-year variations. In Japanese Society for Chronobiology Proceedings, 5th International Workshop on Chronoastrobiology and Chronotherapy, Matsubayasi K Ed., Division of Human-Nature Dynamics, Center for Southeast Asian Studies. 51-54.
5. Reid, C.A., Hutchinson, M., Small, A., Comrie, F., Wilson, D. & Buncic, S. (2002). Comparison of the excision and the swabbing techniques for microbiological sampling at abattoirs. In Proceedings 48th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, Roma, Italy. Roma, Italy: 2: 954–955.
6. Halberg, F., Cornélissen, G., Otsuka,K., Wantanabe, Y., Sothern, R., Katinas, G., Mickulecky, M., Maggioni, C., Wilson, D., Kumagai, Perfetto, F., Tarquini, R., Schwartzkopff, O. & Bakken, E. (2001). Chronomics: transdisciplinary biospherical near-matches of circadecadal/circadidecadal/circaquindecadal environmental cycles. In 2nd International Symposium: Workshop on Chronoastrobiology & Chronotherapy, Tokyo Kasei University, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo, Japan:
7. Child, P., Harris, G., Pepper, T., Wilson, D. & Carter, A. (2000). The efficacy of no-spray buffer zones in protecting field boundary watercourses from pesticide spray drift. Seville 2000: Ecotoxicological aquatic risk assessments under southern European conditions. Chlorpyrifos: a case study. In Proceedings of Dow AgroSciences meeting, Session 3, February 2nd-4th February, Seville, Spain. Seville, Spain.:
8. Halberg F., Cornélissen G., Hillman D., Hayes D., Sonkowsky R., Regal R., Halberg F., Halberg J., Wang Z.R., Wu J.Y., Otsuka K., Watanabe H., Watanabe Y., Syutkina E., Safin S., Grigoriev A., Breus T., Romanov Y., Komarov F., Rapoport S., Sitka Y., Weinert D., Schuh J., Garcia Alonso L., Quadens O., Prikryl P., Siegelova J., Mikulecky M., Hodkova M., Arthur S.K., Rigo J., Adam Z., Paulin F., Madjirova N., Zaslavskaya R., Haus E., Montalbetti N., Bingham C., Wilson D. & Markina V. (1992). Chronome: relation of multifrequency rhythms and age trends with chronorisk, and role of chronome for prophylactic medicine. In Chronobiology, Chronomedicine and the Influence of Heliogeophysical Factors upon the Human Organism. Russian Academy of Science, Moscow.: Space Research Institute Press. 83-124.
9. Cornélissen G., Bingham C., Wilson D. & Halberg F. (1992). Illustrating power of cost-effective 'Phase 0' chronobiologic trials in endocrinology, psychiatry and oncology. Plenary lecture. 13th meeting Int. Soc. Clinical Biostatistics, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 17-21, 1992. In Toward phase zero preclinical and clinical trials: chronobiologic designs and illustrative applications. Cornelissen, G., Halberg, E., Bakken, E., Delmore, P. & Halberg, F. University of Minnesota University of Minnesota. 138-181.
10. Walker R.F., Read G.F., Wilson D.W., Riad-Fahmy D. & Griffiths K. (1990). Chronobiology in laboratory medicine: principles and clinical applications illustrated from measurements of neutral steroids in saliva. In Chronobiology: Its Role in Clinical Medicine, General Biology, and Agriculture, Part A. Hayes Dora K., Pauly John E. & Reiter Russel J. New York,Toronto/Singapore: Wiley-Liss, Inc. 105-117.
11. Wilson D.W., Walker R.F., Read G.F. & Griffiths K. (1990). Potential value of salivary steroids in chrono-epidemiological and endocrine-related studies. In Chronobiology: Its Role in Clinical Medicine, General Biology, and Agriculture, Part A. Hayes Dora K., Pauly John E. & Reiter Russel J. New York/Toronto/Singapore: Wiley-Liss, Inc. 119-130.
12. Read G.F., Walker R.F., Wilson D.W. & Griffiths K. (1990). Steroid analysis in saliva for the assessment of endocrine function. In Steroid Formation, Degradation, and Action in Peripheral Tissues. Castagnetta L., d'Aquino S., Labrie F. & Bradlow H.L New York: New York Academy of Sciences. 595: 260-274.
13. Wilson, D.W. (1989). Biological rhythms. In Body Clock. Managing Your Body Rhythms for Better Health and Fitness. Hughes, M. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson. 74-77.
14. Simpson H.W., Pauson A.W. & Wilson D.W. (1989). The chronobra- the electrocardiogram of the breast. In Proc. 2nd Annual IEEE Symposium.Computer-Based Medical Systems. Washington/Brussels/Tokyo: IEEE Computer Society Press. 214-225.
15. Turkes A.O., Peeling W.B., Wilson D.W. & Griffiths K. (1988). Evaluation of different endocrine approaches in the treatment of prostatic carcinoma. In New Developments in Biosciences 4. Endocrine Management of Prostatic Cancer. Klosterhalfen H. Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter & Co. 75-78.
16. Griffiths K., Davies P., Eaton C.L., Harper M.E., Peeling W.B., Turkes A.O., Turkes, Wilson D.W. & Pierrepoint C.G. (1987). Cancer of the prostate: endocrine factors. In Oxford Reviews of Reproductive Biology. Oxford: Ed. Clarke J.R. Publ. Clarendon Press. 9: 192-259.
17. Simpson H.W., Gruen W., Halberg E., Halberg F., Knauth P., Land D.V., Moog R., Nougier J.J., Reinberg A., Smolensky M. & Wilson D. (1987). Human thermometry in health and disease: the chronobiologist's perspective. In Chronobiotechnology and Chronobiological Engineering. NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series. Scheving Lawrence E., Halberg Franz. & Ehret Charles F. Dordrecht/Boston/Lancaster: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. 141-188.
18. Nicholson R.I., Wilson D.W., Colin P., Williams M., Elston C.W., Blamey R.W. & Griffiths K. (1986). Influence of pregnancy on the time of presentation of primary breast cancer. In Endocrinology of the Breast: Basic and Clinical Aspects. Angeli A., Bradlow H.L. & Dogliotti L New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 464: 463-465.
19. Read G.F., Wilson D.W., Bradley J.A., George W.D. & Griffiths K. (1986). The hormonal etiology of breast disease: a new approach using the determination of salivary progesterone. In Endocrinology of the Breast: Basic and Clinical Aspects. Angeli A., Bradlow H.L. & Dogliotti L. New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 464: 573-575.
20. Pierrepoint C.G., Turkes A.O., Walker K.J., Harper M.E., Wilson D.W., Peeling. & Griffiths K. (1985). Endocrine factors in the treatment of prostatic cancer. In EORTC Genitourinary Group Monograph Series No.2. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research. Therapeutic Principles in Metastatic Prostatic Cancer. Schroeder Fritz H. & Richards Brian. New York: Alan R. Liss. Inc. 185A: 51-72.
21. Read G.F., Hughes I.A., Wilson D.W & Griffiths K. (1985). Measurements of salivary progesterone concentrations as an index of corpus luteum function in adolescent girls. In Adolescence in Females. Venturoli S., Flamigni C. & Givens J.R. Chicago: Year Book Medical Pub. 471-473.
22. Nicholson R.I., Wilson D.W., Richards G., Griffiths K., Williams M., Elston C.W. & Blamey R.W. (1984). Biological and clinical aspects of oestrogen receptor measurements in rapidly progressing breast cancer. In Proc. IUPHAR 9th International Congress of Pharmacology. Paton W., Mitchell. J. & Turner P. London: MacMillan Press. 3: 75-79.
23. Halberg Franz., Haus Erhard., Halberg Erna., Cornelissen Germaine., Scarpelli Paolo., Tarquini Brunetto et. al. including Wilson Douglas. & Griffiths Keith. (1984). Chronobiologic challenges in social medicine: illustrative tasks in cardiology and oncology. In Proc. II International Symposium on Chronobiologic Approach to Social Medicine. Halberg F., Reale L. & Tarquini B Rome: Istitutio Italiano di Medicina Sociale. 13-42.
24. Nicholson R., Campbell F.C., Blamey R.W., Elston C.W., Haybittle J.L., Wilson D.W. & Griffiths K. (1984). Steroid receptors and primary breast cancer: their prognostic value. In Regulation of Target Cell Responsiveness. McKerns Kenneth W., Aakvaag Asbjorn A. & Hansson Vidar. London: Publ. Plenum Pub. Co. 2: 257-282.
25. Read G.F., Fahmy D.R., Wilson D.W. & Griffiths K. (1983). A new approach for breast cancer research: assays for steroids in saliva. In Commentaries on Research in Breast Disease. Bulbrook R.D. & Taylor Jane D. New York: Alan R. Liss Inc. 3: 61-92.

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