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Food Allergy in UK Adults

Many adults report adverse reactions to food (up to 30% in Europe), but IgE mediated food allergies are much less common (1-5%). The distinction is important as true food allergies can be life threatening whereas intolerances cause troublesome symptoms that can be debilitating but do not pose an immediate risk t life. Read more
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PhD Studentship in Genomic and Environmental Medicine

Three-year PhD studentship jointly funded by the Medical Research Council Centre for Environment and Health (MRC-CEH) and the National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI). Read more

MSc by Research: Probing the interplay between IL-33 and GPCR signalling

The immune system plays important roles in both the response to infection and in tissue repair and homeostasis. It is a complex system made up of multiple specialised cell types, each of which must communicate with each other to coordinate an effective response. Read more

Enabling factors for increasing the use of insects in sustainable food production.

Ongoing global food security requires a paradigm shift in our resource use. circular economies are a key approach to achieving the seismic change required but will involve rethinking waste in the food chain. Read more
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Stemness and maintenance of CD4+ regulatory T cell (Treg) responses in homeostasis, inflammation and ageing

CD4+ Regulatory T (Treg) cells are rare immune cells with powerful immunoregulatory functions. Loss of Treg cells results in lethal inflammation, while defects in their function are associated with autoimmunity and allergy. Read more

(BBSRC DTP) NMR methods to study nutrient bioaccessibility in food matrices

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is in principle the most powerful method to supply detailed information about metabolites, but standard methods struggle with complex mixtures, such as food samples. Read more

Testing and Optimsation of Medical Examination and Surgical Gloves

Very few standard tests exist for assessing the impact on glover wearers’ touch and feel, decterity, hand fatigue etc. A greater understanding of these is becoming important as glove materials change away from the traditional Latex (for allergy reasons). Read more
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