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  • Dr Gerard Callejo
    I am interested in the role of ion channels expressed in peripheral sensory neurones and involved in pain perception in different pathological conditions such as inflammation or nerve injury. In particular, I am interested in understanding the mol...
  • Dr Ichrak DRISSI
    My research interests aim to understand genetic alterations underlying painlessness and excess pain disorders. By analysing DNA from patients suffering from chronic pain or don't experience pain, and using transgenic mice, we try to identify cell...
  • Dr James Hockley
    Jim holds a Master of Biochemistry degree from the University of Bath and completed his PhD on voltage gated sodium channel NaV1.9 in visceral nociception at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London. H...
  • Dr Mike Nahorski
    My research interests lie in the identification and understanding of genetic alterations which affect pain sensation in humans. This work is highly translational; working with clinicians to define populations with tightly phenotyped pain condition...
  • Frank Reimann Dr Frank Reimann
    Research in the lab is currently focusing on enteroendocrine cells, especially glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) secreting cells, which we hope to target in the treatment of diabetes and obesity. GLP-1 secreting cells are electrically excitable and ...
  • Ewan Smith Dr Ewan Smith
    The main interest of the Smith lab is to understand the molecular mechanisms by which sensory neurones detect noxious stimuli, so-called nociceptors. We are particularly interested in how acid activates nociceptors in both physiological and pathop...

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