References and Links


All References for Research Projects

Alt, F. and Schwer, B., 2018. DNA double-strand breaks as drivers of neural genomic change, function, and disease. DNA Repair, 71, pp.158-163.


Barazzuol, L., Hopkins, S., Ju, L. and Jeggo, P., 2019. Distinct response of adult neural stem cells to low versus high dose ionising radiation. DNA Repair, 76, pp.70-75.


Collett, G., Craenen, K., Young, W., Gilhooly, M., and Anderson, R.M. (2020) The psychological consequences of (perceived) ionizing radiation exposure: a review on its role in radiation-induced cognitive dysfunction. International Journal of Radiation Biology. Advance online publication.


Darby SC, Kendall GM, Fell TP, O’Hagan JA, Muirhead CR, Ennis JR, Ball AM,Dennis JA, Doll R. (1988) A summary of mortality and incidence of cancer in men from the United Kingdom who participated in the United Kingdom’s atmospheric nuclear weapon tests and experimental programmes. Br Med J (Clin Res Ed). 30; 296-332    doi:


Darby, S. et al (2005) Radon in homes and risk of lung cancer: collaborative analysis of individual data from 13 European case-control studies, BMJ Vol. 330, Issue 7485, pp. 223-225. [Online]


Guéguen, Y., Bontemps, A. and Ebrahimian, T., 2018. Adaptive responses to low doses of radiation or chemicals: their cellular and molecular mechanisms. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 76(7), pp.1255-1273.


Katsura, M., Cyou-Nakamine, H., Zen, Q., Zen, Y., Nansai, H., Amagasa, S., Kanki, Y., Inoue, T., Kaneki, K., Taguchi, A., Kobayashi, M., Kaji, T., Kodama, T., Miyagawa, K., Wada, Y., Akimitsu, N. and Sone, H., 2016. Effects of Chronic Low-Dose Radiation on Human Neural Progenitor Cells. Scientific Reports, 6(1).


Kendall, G M, Muirhead, C R, Darby, S C, Doll, R, Arnold, L, & O’Hagan, J A (2004). Epidemiological studies of UK test veterans: I General description. Journal of Radiological Protection, 24(3): 199-217. Doi:


Muirhead CR, Kendall GM, Darby SC, Doll R, Haylock RG, O’Hagan JA, Berridge GL, Phillipson MA, Hunter N. (2004) Epidemiological studies of UK test veterans: II. Mortality and cancer incidence. Journal of Radiological Protection, 24(3):219-41. Doi:


Muirhead CR, Bingham D, Haylock RGE, et al.  (2003) Follow up of mortality and incidence of cancer 1952–98 in men from the UK who participated in the UK’s atmospheric nuclear weapon tests and experimental programmes. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 60:165-172. doi: 10.1136/oem.60.3.165.


Wei, L., Ding, Y., Liu, Y., Duan, L., Bai, Y., Shi, M. and Chen, L., 2012. Low-Dose Radiation Stimulates Wnt/β-Catenin Signaling, Neural Stem Cell Proliferation and Neurogenesis of the Mouse Hippocampus in vitro and in vivo. Current Alzheimer Research, 9(3), pp.278-289.