Dr Daniel Wong

Dr Daniel Wong

Updated 08/01/2012

Functional genomics of the MHC     We are using functional genomic approaches to define genetic variants that are responsible for the association of genetic variation in the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) with susceptibility to ...

Catherine Sutherland

Catherine Sutherland

Updated 24/04/2018

  I am in the final term of my MSc in Integrated Immunology and will be carrying out a 14 week project within the group, focusing on sepsis. Sepsis is defined as a dysregulated immune and inflammatory response to infection that results in ...

Dr Wanseon Lee

Dr Wanseon Lee

Updated 12/05/2015

    My active interest is the characterization of genetic and epigenetic variation in the human major histocompatibility complex (MHC) from high throughput sequencing for transcript quantification (RNA-seq) and chromatin profiling (ChIP-seq).  I ...

Michael Carter

Michael Carter

Updated 06/10/2016

Functional genomics of pneumonia and pneumococcal disease           The syndrome of pneumonia is the most common infectious cause of death in children under five years of age across the globe. A large range of organisms can cause pneumonia, ...

Sara Danielli

Sara Danielli

Updated 14/10/2016

Functional Genomics       As a research assistant I am currently working with Dr Benjamin Fairfax. Our main project involves the analysis of methylation changes in specific cells under different conditions. I am also developing a protocol to ...

Dr Benjamin Fairfax

Dr Benjamin Fairfax

Updated 15/06/2009

  I am supported by a Wellcome for MB PhD postdoctoral Fellowship. I am a clinical trainee in Medical Oncology and a Senior Research Fellow at Worcester College. I studied the molecular interactions and determinants of GABAB receptor activity for ...

Anna Sanniti

Anna Sanniti

Updated 18/11/2013

Currently (2018) working in medical communications at AMICULUM UK Functional genomics of ankylosing spondylitis     Understanding the molecular mechanisms involved in disease pathogenesis is vital in developing tailored therapies for an ...

Rebecca Down

Rebecca Down

Updated 25/09/2017

  Inappropriate immune activity and associated inflammation are involved in the pathogenesis of a broad range of common diseases, including IBS, atherosclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and cancer. eQTLs are regions of the genome containing DNA ...