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Gene correlation network showing differences in gene expression of effector T cells derived from the bone marrow or peripheral tissues affected by GVHD.

Our group is interested in developing novel immunotherapeutic approaches for leukaemia. Clinical approaches currently used include allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, chimeric antigen receptor T cell therapy and immune checkpoint inhibitors. Read more

Gene correlation network showing differences in gene expression of effector T cells derived from the bone marrow or peripheral tissues affected by GVHD.

Our group is interested in developing novel immunotherapeutic approaches for leukaemia. Clinical approaches currently used include allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, chimeric antigen receptor T cell therapy and immune checkpoint inhibitors. Read more

Design and fabrication of a smart biomaterial device with artificial niches for aiding corneal healing

Corneal disease affects millions of people worldwide with higher prevalence in developing countries. Corneal transplantation and the use of membranes as cell carriers (amniotic membrane, AM) have been relatively successful. Read more

Investigating the role of the microenvironment in paediatric and adult acute myeloid leukaemia

The incidence of acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) increases with age, and in childhood accounts for 20% of all leukaemia. The current overall survival rate in children is only 60-70%, and thereafter falls progressively with age to 5-15% in the elderly. Read more

Identification of novel cortical interneuron regulators implicated in neuropsychiatric disorders

Despite representing only ~20% of the entire neuronal population in the neocortex, the GABAergic (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) inhibitory interneurons play a pivotal role in most cortical functions. Read more
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Exploiting metabolic vulnerabilities induced by dietary restriction as novel therapies for infant leukaemia

TO APPLY, CLICK 'INSTITUTION WEBSITE'. Infant leukaemia is an aggressive malignancy with cure rates of less than 50%. Importantly, despite large international trials, there has been no improvement in survival over the last 2 decades. Read more

The impact of peat free compost alternatives on the physical, nutritional and sensory quality of kale

Peat is a finite resource that has been exploited by the horticulture industry, leading to damage of peatland habitats. Peat products are being phased out in the UK and Ireland and replaced with peat-free alternatives, such as biochar, coir, and bark composts. Read more
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Piezoelectric nanofibers guiding and sensing optogenetically-controlled neuromuscular junctions by flexible organic LED stimulation

Paralysis due to injury, stroke and neuromuscular diseases incorporates numerous conditions that affect the function of nerves and muscles, impairing the execution of motor commands and ultimately leading to irreversible muscle atrophy. Read more

Bioengineering a full thickness cornea

Corneal blindness is the 4th leading cause of global blindness (WHO). Corneal scarring can be caused by trauma or infection and corneal replacement with donor corneas or synthetic (plastic) alternatives is currently the sole treatment to restore vision. Read more

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