Clinical Lecturers - research
Research by some of our clinical lecturers, as they develop into independent research leaders.
Iron is a potentially modifiable contributor to the progression of NAFLD, the commonest cause of liver disease, and insulin resistance, which underlies the pathogenesis of the disorder.
Developing novel imaging biomarkers to improve the understanding of pathophysiology of acute neurological dysfunction
Enabling large-scale epidemiological analyses on molecularly characterised tumour samples
Using whole-genome sequencing to investigate the epidemiology of antibiotic resistance in 'Enterobacteriaceae'
Clinical therapeutics for emerging infections
Accelerating the development and deployment of drugs for high-threat and emerging infections
Applying recently developed single-cell genomics approaches to immune-mediated demyelinating diseases
Conducting genome-wide association studies (GWAS) to understand host genetic determinants of infection
Looking into the causes of common mental illness in late-life, and investigating the associated brain abnormalities
Studying the effects of hypoxia on the cardiorespiratory system and non-invasive assessment of lung function
Improving our understanding of the underlying patho-physiology of aneurysm progression in humans
Using large datasets, observational studies and randomised trials to better understand and treat breast cancer