Asthma is a highly prevalent and increasingly common cause of limiting symptoms, and healthcare use across the world. It is usually readily treated with inexpensive regular medication. We work in Europe and LMIC to advance the understanding of asthma epidemiology, provide better information to patients, and to improve management through better use of existing treatments and trials of new technologies and medicines.
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Research in Medecineers
Dr Jamie Rylance Areas of Interest: Acute respiratory infection (factors impairing mucosal immunity, and clinical care) Hospital medicine in resource limited settings
Dr Derek Sloan Dr Sloan is an Infectious Diseases clinician who has worked in both high- and low-income countries, accruing extensive experience in the treatment of patients with complex infections, particularly tuberculosis (TB) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus...
Professor Graham Devereux Areas of interest: Life course of respiratory disease, clinical trials
Dr Elissavet Nikolaou Areas of interest: Microbiological detection and analysis as part of the Experimental Human Pneumococcal Carriage (EHPC), Microbial pathogenicity, Interaction of potential respiratory pathogens in the nasopharynx, Host immune responses...