Diabetes and Vascular Biology
Research teams within the Diabetes and Vascular Biology theme apply interdisciplinary methods to cover a broad spectrum of areas including atherothrombosis, inflammation, diabetic nephropathy and retinopathy, and a range of related diseases. The research is grounded in complementary strengths within SBBS in molecular and cellular biology, cell signaling, immune and platelet biology, in vivo imaging and translational research.
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Research Interests: Vascular biology; Atherosclerosis; Inflammation; Diabetic complications.
Research Interests: diabetic nephropathy; cell-matrix interactions; CTGF; in vitro models, therapeutics; molecular medicine.
Research Interests: NMR spectroscopy; molecular modelling; peptides; Structural biology; diabetes; antimicrobial; protein; GIP structure; GPCR structure.
Research Interests: Thromboxanes and Prostacyclins in Vascular Biology; Cancer and other disease mechanisms, including pulmonary disease; Drug-discovery and in vivo efficacy evaluation; Cell biology and Signal transduction.
Research Interests: platelets; Megakaryocytes; Proteomics; Mass spectrometry; Signalling networks; WNT; Cardiovascular Disease; Inflammation; Transcription factors.