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inflammation

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons A Stroke of Bad Luck - Understanding Brain Disease The 2018 Wolfson Haldane Lecture was delivered by Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell and introduced by Professor Philomen Probert. Nancy Rothwell 09 Feb 2018
2 Childhood Nutrition and Immunity Dr Jay Berkley tells us about his work on childhood nutrition and immunity in East Africa. Jay Berkley 16 Dec 2014
3 Creative Commons Gut reactions Professor Fiona Powrie talks about the importance of our guts, and her research in gastroenterology. Fiona Powrie 29 Apr 2013
4 Creative Commons Fiona Powrie Professor Fiona Powrie talks about the importance of our guts, and her research in gastroenterology. Fiona Powrie 29 Apr 2013
5 Multiple Sclerosis Professor Lars Fugger talks about his research on multiple sclerosis. Lars Fugger 30 Oct 2012
6 Creative Commons Childhood Nutrition and Immunity Dr Jay Berkley tells us about his work on childhood nutrition and immunity in East Africa. Jay Berkley 25 Sep 2012
7 Creative Commons Childhood Nutrition and Immunity Dr Jay Berkley tells us about his work on childhood nutrition and immunity in East Africa. Jay Berkley 25 Sep 2012
8 Creative Commons Immune System in the Gastrointestinal tract Dr Holm Uhlig talks about the role of the immune system in our gastrointestinal tract. Holm Uhlig 12 Sep 2012
9 Genetic Variation in Inflammation and Immunity Dr Julian Knight explains how genetic variants modulate gene expression and influence the susceptibility to commom diseases. Julian Knight 29 Nov 2010
10 Genetic Variation in Inflammation and Immunity Dr Julian Knight explains how new insights into genetic variants which modulate gene expression allow us to better understand why people develop these diseases, and allow us to target treatments more effectively. Julian Knight 29 Nov 2010