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Brighton Genomics – a resource for collaboration in biomedical research, presented by Professor Colin Smith, Professor of Functional Genomics at the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences.
You can find out more about Brighton Genomics here.
Protein modifications in degenerative and chronic diseases, presented by Dr Nicolas Stewart, Senior Lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences.
You can find out more about Nicolas’s protein modification research here.
Chronic inflammation, presented by Dr Sandra Sacre, Senior Lecturer in Molecular Cell Biology at Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
You can find out more about Sandra’s Rheumatology research here.
Tissue-protective cytokines, presented by Professor Pietro Ghezzi, at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and the Centre for Regenerative Medicine and Devices, University of Brighton.
You can find out more about Pietro’s research into tissue repair here.
Understanding the cocohlear as prerequisite for actions on hearing loss, present by Dr Andrei Lukashkin, Reader at the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences.
You can find out more about Andrei’s research on bioengineering devices for the treatment of hearing loss here.
Diabetes and Obesity
New technologies in diabetes prevention and management, presented by Dr Wendy MacFarlane, Reader at the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences.
You can find out more about Wendy’s research on increasing insulin production here.
Psychosocial resilience contributes to better glycaemic control in people living with type 1 diabetes, presented by Professor Jörg Huber, Professor at the School of Health Sciences.
Watch Jörg’s inaugural lecture on health and wellbeing here.
Find out more about our Healthy Futures initiatives here.