The ADDapt diet for improving the symptoms of Crohn’s disease
Professor Kevin Whelan talks about his team’s work on exploring dietary changes to improve symptoms for people with Crohn’s disease.
Preventing peanut allergy in children
Professor Gideon Lack talks about the LEAP (Learning Early About Peanut Allergy) study and how its findings have changed the way we think about preventing food allergy.
Using computer modelling to understand catheter ablation therapy
The the Cardiovascular MedTech Co-operative discuss their research into how computer simulations can help to develop treatments for people with unusually fast heart rate.
Using saliva to predict the risk of oesophageal cancer
Dr Jason Dunn talks about his team’s research into using saliva to help to spot oesophageal cancer without the need for an endoscopy.
Testing the use of Radiofrequency Ablation on inlet patches
Dr Jason Dunn talks about his team’s work looking at a new treatment for abnormal tissue near the top of the oesophagus.
Nitric Oxide and Blood Pressure
Professor Ajay Shah discusses the work his team have carried out on the effect of nitric oxide on blood pressure.
Inflammatory bowel disease and celiac disease
Professor Graham Lord talks about the role of T-bet in the development of Inflammatory Bowel Disorder (IBD) and celiac disease.
Head and neck cancers
Dr John Maher explains the work his team have done on exploring immunotherapy for head and neck cancers.
Type 2 Diabetes & Childhood Obesity
Dr Ali Abbasi talks about the work his team did on exploring the link between childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Using GP patient records for research: What do the public think?
Dr David Wyatt and his team explain their work exploring public attitudes to GP records being used for research.