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Stem Cells in Liver Disease

The role of stem cells in progressive liver injury. more...

Supervisor(s): Shackel, Nicholas (Dr)

The Role of Extracellular Matrix Metalloprotease Inducer (EMMPRIN) in Liver Disease

The role of the hepatocyte in progressive liver injury. more...

Supervisor(s): Shackel, Nicholas (Dr)

Unravelling mechanisms determining the balance between tolerance and immunity in the liver

Role of primary T cell activation in the liver in CD8 T cell tolerance more...

Supervisor(s): Bertolino, Patrick (Dr)

Towards a cure for Type I diabetes mellitus

Transfect a lentivirus construct expressing an immunosuppressive peptide in islet cells for the treatment of diabetes type I more...

Supervisor(s): Manolios, Nicholas (Professor), Logan, Grant (Dr)

Impact of hyperglycaemia on hospitalised patients

We are looking at the relationship between hyperglycaemia and adverse hospital outcome in a variety of clinical situations. more...

Supervisor(s): Cheung, Ngai Wah (Associate Professor)

Early signs of diabetes complications in childhood onset diabetes mellitus

Early signs of diabetes complications in childhood onset diabetes will focus on newer methods to assess heart rate variation, peripheral nerve function, colour vision and vascular c more...

Supervisor(s): Donaghue, Kim (Professor)

The Role of PPAR gamma in thyroid cancer

Differentiation therapy for thyroid cancer by targeting the fusion gene PAX8-PPARgamma. more...

Supervisor(s): Clifton-Bligh, Roderick (Dr)

Amino acid sensing mechanisms in human biology.

Amino acid sensing mechanisms determine how dietary protein regulates appetite and satiety, how feeding influences endocrine responses and how nutrition can direct cell fate in brea more...

Supervisor(s): Conigrave, Arthur (Professor)

Role of Vitamin D and other compounds in protection of skin cells from UV

This study examines how vitamin D compounds protect skin from sun or UV-induced DNA and other damage. more...

Supervisor(s): Mason, Rebecca (Professor)

Regulating prosclerosing growth factors by incretin therapy in diabetic cardiomyopathy

Growth factors induced by diabetes contribute to tissue fibrosis and dysfunction, in conditions such as diabetic cardiomyopathy, and there is preliminary evidence that the incretins more...

Supervisor(s): Twigg, Stephen (Professor)