‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Lesley Hoyles, Nottingham, UK

online Seminar via Zoom

Lesley Holmes is Professor of Microbiome and Systems Biology at Nottingham Trent University, UK. Her work focuses on microbiome research. She combines microbiology and computational biology/bioinformatics approaches in vitro and in vivo to understand how members of the gut microbiota function and influence human health and disease. Find more information here: Lesley Hoyles | Nottingham Trent University

‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Kylie James, Cambridge, UK

online Seminar via Zoom

Kylie James is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Wellcome Sanger Institute in Cambridge, UK. She is part of the Teichmann Group 'Gene Expression genomics', one of the pioneer labs in single cell research. Find more information here: Teichmann Group – Wellcome Sanger Institute  

‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Ludvig Magne Sollid, Oslo

online Seminar via Zoom

Ludvig Magne Sollid is Professor at the Department of Immunology at the University of Oslo, Norway. Professor Sollid and his team are exploring the pathogenesis of Coeliac Disease to understand the interplay between genetic and environmental factors in chronic inflammatory disorders. Find more Information here: Functional immunogenetics - Institute of Clinical Medicine (uio.no)