Nuffield Department of Medicine
Henry Wellcome Building for Molecular Physiology
Professor of Medicine, Honorary Consultant Physician and Nephrologist, Fellow of The Queen's College
The immune system plays a major role in many human diseases, including cancer, infection, atherosclerosis and autoimmune disease. A better understanding of the immune system should accelerate the design of better treatments for these diseases.
We study the function of the molecules and pathways involved in the immune response and the role of the immune system and inflammation in disease. The group employs a wide range of approaches to understand basic biology and disease mechanisms.
Quality of life in older adults with chronic kidney disease and transient changes in renal function: Findings from the Oxford Renal cohort
Busa I. et al, (2022), PLOS ONE, 17, e0275572 - e0275572
Statistical models for the deterioration of kidney function in a primary care population: A retrospective database analysis
Oke JL. et al, (2022), F1000Research, 8, 1618 - 1618
Change in glomerular filtration rate over time in the Oxford Renal Cohort Study: observational study.
Hirst JA. et al, (2022), The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners, 72, e261 - e268
Frequency of Renal Monitoring — Creatinine and Cystatin C (FORM-2C): an observational cohort study of patients with reduced eGFR in primary care
Fleming S. et al, (2021), British Journal of General Practice, 71, e677 - e684
Corrigendum: Systematic Review and Metaanalysis Comparing the Bias and Accuracy of the Modification of Diet in Renal Disease and Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemiology Collaboration Equations in Community-Based Populations
(2021), Clinical Chemistry, 67, 1158 - 1158