Our research aims to understand mechanisms of sensation from the bladder in health and diseases.
Our research aims to define the gut dysmotility associated with swallowing and colonic gut disorders.
Our aim is the elucidate the brain mechanisms controlling autonomic functions and their response to stress.
Our goal is to develop safe and effective treatments for children with dementia.
Our research program is focused on enteroendocrine cell function and the role they play in health and disease.
We make small human brains in vitro to research treatments for neurodegenerative disorders and brain cancers.
Our focus is on the release of gut hormones, and affects on health and diseases such as type 2 diabetes and Coeliac disease.
Our focus is understanding the activation of T cells and how we can modulate the immune system during cancer and Type 1 diabetes.
Our team aims to provide new insights into how memory is formed and new treatment ideas for Alzheimer's disease.
Our focus is understanding the processing of motion vision, and in particular how sensory selectivity is achieved.
Our research focuses on sensory nervous system activity and its underlying causes in the development of chronic pain conditions.
Our research aims at understand how internal organs (like the gut) communicate with the brain, in health and disease.
Our focus is the discovery and development of non-invasive biomarkers and treatment strategies for Motor Neuron Disease.
Our research focuses on oropharyngeal and oesophageal swallowing disorders in relation to pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment.
Our work explores the molecular and circuit-level processes through which learning and memory take place using the compact brain of the nematode (worm) Caenorhabditis elegans.
Our lab investigates peripheral sensory and autonomic nerves in the gastrointestinal tract and other organs such as human tissue.
We are investigating the causes of and treatments for chronic visceral pain such as in IBS, IBD, bladder pain and endometriosis.
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