Dr Anthony Holmes
PositionDirector of Science and Technology
Anthony has strategic oversight of the science and technology supported through NC3Rs; ensuring that the NC3Rs has a long-term and sustainable strategy for supporting the best science and technology and its use in practice to achieve 3Rs and wider scientific and economic benefits. He leads the CRACK IT open innovation programme.
PA: Kayleigh Purdon
- Member of the Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (ILSI HESI) Board of Trustees
- Member of the BioIndustry Association’s Science and Innovation Advisory Committee (BIA SIAC)
- Member of the iGEM Foundation Safety Committee
Jackson SJ, Prior H, Holmes A (2018) The Use of Human Tissue in Safety Assessment J Pharm Tox Meth DOI 10.1016/j.vascn.2018.05.003
Holmes A, Charlton A, Derby B, Ewart L, Scott A, Shu W (2017) Rising to the challenge: applying biofabrication approaches for better drug and chemical product development. Biofabrication doi: 10.1088/1758-5090/aa7bbd
Holmes A, Bonner, F, Jones D (2015) Assessing drug safety in human tissues - what are the barriers? Nature Reviews Drug Discovery doi: 10.1038/nrd4662
Barnes P.J, Bonini S, Seeger W, Belvisi MG, Ward B, Holmes A. (2015) Barriers to new drug development in respiratory disease. Eur Respir J 45: 1197-207 doi: 10.1183/09031936.00007915
Edwards J, Belvisi M,Dahlen SE, Holgate S, Holmes A. (2015) Human tissue models for a human disease: what are the barriers? Thorax 70: 695-7 doi:10.1136/thoraxjnl-2014-206648
Percie du Sert N, Holmes A.M, Wallis M, Andrews PL. (2012) Predicting the emetic liability of novel chemical entities: a comparative study. British Journal of Pharmacology 165: 1848-1867 doi: 10.1111/j.1476-5381.2011.01669.x
Holmes A.M, Solari R, Holgate S.T, (2011) Animal models of asthma: value, limitations and opportunities for alternative approaches.Drug Discovery Today 16: 659-670 doi: 10.1016/j.drudis.2011.05.014
Holmes A.M, Creton S, Chapman K. (2010) Working in partnership to advance the 3Rs in toxicity testing Toxicology 12: 14-19 doi:10.1016/j.tox.2009.11.006
Westmoreland C, Holmes A.M, (2009) Assuring consumer safety without animals: Applications for tissue engineering Organogenesis 5: 67-72. No doi, click to view.
Holmes A.M, Rudd JA, Tattersall FD, Q Aziz, Andrews PLR. (2009) Opportunities for the replacement of animals in the study of nausea and vomiting British Journal of Pharmacology 157: 865-80 doi: 10.1111/j.1476-5381.2009.00176.x
Holmes A, Brown R, Shakesheff K (2009) Engineering tissue alternatives to animals: applying tissue engineering to basic research and safety testing Regenerative Medicine 4: 579-592 doi: 10.2217/rme.09.26
For additional publications, see Ant's ResearchGate profile.
- (2013) The power of modelling: using maths to reduce animal experiments
- (2013) Innovations with 3Rs benefits in The Scientist Top 10
- (2015) London In Vitro Models Club
University of Cambridge, 2001 - 2004
The ins and outs of calcium signalling: regulation of calcium entry and release in electrically non-excitable cells.