|Name||Area of Expertise||Email||Phone Number|
|Prof. Jorge D. Erusalimsky||Relationship between ageing and cardiovascular diseases for over fifteen years, modulation of vascular cell senescence by stress-response proteins and on biomarkers of vascular ageing||
|Prof. Rose Cooper||Microbiology of wounds, mode of action of manuka honey on antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria isolated from infected and chronic wounds, such as MRSA.||
|Dr Rebecca Aicheler||Immunologyfirstname.lastname@example.org||0292016641|
|Prof. Ken Jones||Mucus secretion by bronchial epithelial cells: asthma and chronic bronchitis. inflammatory pulmonary disease. Genetic influences & clinical patterns in peanut allergy.||
|Dr Keith Morris||Pathophysiology of inflammatory disease and its regulation||
|Dr Richard Webb||Diabetes and Metabolic Health, inflammatory aspects of diabetes and its cardiovascular complications, cytotoxicity subsequent to cellular exposure||
|Dr Rachel Adams||Role of white cells in decreased blood flow, Interactions between white blood cells and the vascular endothelium, peripheral vascular disease, aortic surgery, venous disease and diabetes||
|Dr Shelly-Ann Evans||Circulation of blood, inflammatory and circulatory disorders, and environmental influences on haemorheology. Investigation of endothelial dysfunction in thyroid disease||
|Dr Sally Hicks||Cellular Pathology, diagnostic value of measuring cytokines in cervical screening samples, effects of components of honey on several cell types involved in wound healing.||
|Karin Jones||Laboratory Investigation of disease, Toxicological Pathology ||
|Dr Julia Rey-Nores||The response of the innate immune system to activation by pathogens. Modulation of the immune response by soluble CD14, Pattern recognition receptors: Toll-like receptors||
|Dr Neil Rushmere||Ageing and the control of the Cell Cycle, Anti-sense expression technologies, cellular and Genetic Mechanisms of Dietary Health Benefits, Carcinogenesis and Immunoevasion of Tumours ||
|Dr Peter J Watkins||Effect of mild exercise on inflammatory markers in sedentary individuals.||
|Dr Barry McDonnell||Vascular physiology research -vascular aging in different pathophysiologies (e.g. diabetes, metabolic syndrome, osteoporosis and hypertension) and the importance of exercise.||
|Dr Sarah Maddocks||Medical microbiology, biofilm models to ascertain the effect of individual host environmental stimuli||
|Delia Ripley||Acute phase protein called Hepcidin, and its role in infection and immunity||
|Dr Maninder Ahluwalia||Anti-inflammatory actions of a group of antidiabetic drugs, regulation of megakaryocyte biology and the mechanisms behind the action of anagrelide, a drug used for its platelet lowering actions||
|Dr James Pearson||Macro/microvascular coupling in health and disease, Thermovascular physiology, Blood pressure regulation, Cardiovascular control during simulated haemorrhage||
|Dr Katie Thirlaway||Lung cancer susceptibility, cystic fibrosis and physical activity, genetic explanations of type 2 diabetes &risk, prevention and treatment, work related stress, identifying high risk breast cancer sufferers||
|Rowena Jenkins||Ability of honey to kill antibacterial resistant bacteria. antimicrobial resistance, novel antimicrobial agents and their role in combating microbial infection, particularly in chronic infections. ||
|Lowri Mainwaring||Diabetes and the metabolic syndrome in particular
the impact of diet and exercise on this condition.
Laboratory medicine; diagnostic lab testing;
developments in screening and diagnostics.
Endocrine base disorders.
Professional practice and healthcare regulation (HCPC).