• Profile picture of Timothy M Cox
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Affiliation(s): Department of Medicine
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    We seek to understand the molecular causation of inborn errors of metabolism and to improve their outcome – conducting therapeutic research principally in the field of lysosomal disorders – with special reference to those which affect the brain. ... Read more
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  • Profile picture of Priscilla Day
    Role: Post Doctoral
    Affiliation(s): Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
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    I am interested in understanding the role of nutrition metabolism and mitochondrial function in developmental plasticity and the predisposition to metabolic syndrome in adulthood. I am also interested in the coordination between metabolism and cell... Read more
  • Profile picture of Laura Dearden
    Role: Post Doctoral
    Affiliation(s): Metabolic Research Laboratories
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    I am investigating how developing in an environment of maternal obesity and gestational diabetes alters development of the hypothalamus in offspring, and how disrupted hypothalamic development underpins the changes in feeding behaviour that ultimatel... Read more
  • Profile picture of Chaitanya Dingare
    Role: Post Doctoral
    Affiliation(s): Department of Genetics
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    Department of Genetics
  • Profile picture of Joao Duarte
    Role: Post Doctoral
    Affiliation(s): Department of Radiology, School of Clinical Sciences
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  • Profile picture of I. Sadaf Farooqi
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Affiliation(s): Department of Clinical Biochemistry
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    The long term goal of our research is to understand the molecular and physiological pathways involved in the regulation of human appetite and body weight. To this end, we use a number of complementary genetic strategies to study over 5,500 patients w... Read more
  • Profile picture of Daniel Fazakerley
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Affiliation(s): Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Institute of Metabolic Science -Metabolic Research Laboratories
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    The Fazakerley group is interested in understanding the molecular details of insulin-stimulated glucose transport, and how this process breaks down in disease. One of the ways in which insulin lowers blood glucose is through stimulating gluco... Read more
  • Profile picture of Anne Ferguson-Smith
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Affiliation(s): Department of Genetics
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    Our lab focuses on the molecular events governing pre- and post-natal mammalian development. Our research is directed towards investigating the developmental role of imprinted genes and the epigenetic mechanism(s) controlling their parental-origin sp... Read more
  • Profile picture of Jinghua Gui
    Role: Post Doctoral
    Affiliation(s): Department of Genetics
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    Department of Genetics
  • Profile picture of Afreen Haider
    Role: Post Doctoral
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    A biochemist by training, I am interested in understanding the cellular and physiological regulation of human metabolic health with a long-term goal of contributing in translational research. My PhD work focused on identifying anti-malarial 'druggabl... Read more
  • Profile picture of Andrea Halsey
    Role: Post Doctoral
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  • Profile picture of Timo Haschler
    Role: Other
    Affiliation(s): AstraZeneca
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  • Profile picture of Denisa Hathazi
    Role: Post Doctoral
    Affiliation(s): Department of Clinical Neurosciences
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    I am a Resreach Associate in prof. Horvath's laboratory and my prjoect focuses on the integrated stress response and metabolic changes that occur dues to defects in mitochondrial translation caused by mutations in the mitochondrial or nuclear genome.... Read more
  • Profile picture of Phill Hawkins
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Affiliation(s): The Babraham Institute
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    The programmes of work in the laboratory are currently aimed at understanding the molecular mechanisms and physiological significance of intracellular signalling networks which involve a family of enzymes called phosphoinositide 3OH-kinases (PI3Ks). ... Read more
  • Profile picture of Christoph Hess
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Affiliation(s): Department of Medicine
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    The metabolic repertoire of immune cells – which encompasses metabolic enzymes/pathways, the available nutrient sensors and metabolic checkpoint kinases, and the epigenetic programming of metabolic genes – enables and modulates specific immune fu... Read more
  • Profile picture of David Hornigold
    Role: Other
    Affiliation(s): MedImmune
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    In vitro core team leader for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases research area at MedImmune, Granta Park. Supporting pre-clinical drug discovery projects from target identification and validation, through lead identification and lead optimisation ... Read more
  • Profile picture of Jon Houseley
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Affiliation(s): The Babraham Institute
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    We tend to think of each gene occurring once in the human genome sequence, but this is not exactly true as a large proportion of the human genome is composed of repeated sequences. Genes within repeated regions will occur more than once in the genome... Read more
  • Profile picture of Isabel Huang-Doran
    Role: Post Doctoral
    Affiliation(s): Metabolic Research Laboratories
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    Metabolic Research Laboratories
  • Profile picture of Jørgen Jensen
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Affiliation(s): Institute of Metabolic Science and Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
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    My research interests are: 1) the mechanisms by which muscle contraction stimulates glucose uptake and improves insulin action, and 2) the mechanisms by which exercise training improves whole body glucose homeostasis in humans. The human studies incl... Read more