past PhD students

Student Research Project Based at:
2014-2016 Kirsty Hooper An investigation of commonly used IBD drugs on autophagy pathway activity and potential therapeutic benefit for treatment of paediatric IBD Edinburgh Napier
2013-2016 Judith Kraiczy Epigenetics in Paediatric IBD Cambridge University
2012-2015 Lucas Neiddereider The study of gene defect (XBP1) Cambridge University
2012-2015 Gala Andreoletti Genomic informatics focussed on Paediatric IBD Southampton University
2010-2013 Jessica Thomas Studying the cells in the intestine that make antibodies, and cells that regulate them Kings College London
2011–2014 Alex Adams Characterisation of genome-wide Epigenetic alterations in childhood onset Crohn’s disease Edinburgh University
2007-2010 Peter Morrison L-23 and Th17 cells in Helicobacter induced intestinal Inflammation York University
2006-2009 Nichola Gellately Mucosal dentritic cell function St. Bartholomew’s & The Royal London
2003-2006 Ida Riciardelli Exploration of how current therapeutic strategies can influence the destiny and function of regulatory lymphocytes Institute of Child Health, London
2000-2003 Marcus Bachler The possible role of the OX40 as a new treatment for Crohn’s disease Southampton Hospital
2000-2003 Cassie Davies Quality of Life study Booth Hall Children’s Hospital, Manchester
1999-2003 Lindsey Edwards Intestinal responses to bacterial components as risk factors for IBD Royal Free Hospital, London
1995-1997 Natalie Goncalves Development, mechanisms and therapies of the immune gut injury in the IL-2 KO model Paediatric Gastroenterology Laboratory, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London
1994-1996 Lisa Higgins Co-stimulatory molecules involved in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease St. Bartholomew’s Research Centre, London
1992-1994 Stuart MacDonald Investigating the mechanisms of intestinal injury in genetically – modified mice lacking the Interleukin-2 St. Bartholomew’s Research Centre, London
1992-1995 Sylvia Pender (nee Cheng) Extra cellular matrix protein degradation during intestinal damage St. Bartholomew’s Research Centre, London
1989-1991 Anna Bellhouse A Study on Gamma-delta T cells St. Bartholomew’s Research Centre, London
1989-1991 Jacqueline Taylor Activated T-cells and their effect on gut inflammation St. Bartholomew’s Research Centre, London
1986-1988 Louise Forsyth Mechanisms of T-cell mediated damage in human small intestinee St. Bartholomew’s Research Centre, London
1986-1989 Teresa Monk Mechanisms of T-cell mediated damage in human small intestine St. Bartholomew’s Research Centre, London
1985-1988 Jo Viney The phenotype and function of intraepithelial lymphocytes St. Bartholomew’s Research Centre, London