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ATP-sensitive potassium (K-ATP) channels, insulin secretion and diabetes
Ashcroft Group

ATP-sensitive potassium (K-ATP) channels, insulin ...

Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
Bajo Lorenzana Group

Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

Understanding Cerebellar Development and Disease
Becker Group

Understanding Cerebellar Development and Disease

Cellular mechanisms of oxygen and acid sensing in arterial chemoreceptors
Buckler Group

Cellular mechanisms of oxygen and acid sensing in ...

Optical probing of neural networks in the developing neocortex
Butt Group

Optical probing of neural networks in the ...

Beta cell function, obesity and type 2 diabetes
Cantley Group

Beta cell function, obesity and type 2 diabetes

Optimising cardiac stem cell therapy by finding the best conditions for the cells in the lab and in the heart
Carr Group

Optimising cardiac stem cell therapy by finding ...

Glucocorticoids, Annexin 1 and the Neuroendocrine–Immune Interface
Christian Group

Glucocorticoids, Annexin 1 and the ...

Ketone metabolism in exercise and disease
Clarke Group

Ketone metabolism in exercise and disease

Monoamine transmission: from mechanisms to movement
Cragg Group

Monoamine transmission: from mechanisms to ...

Molecular Analysis of Neuromuscular Diseases
Davies Group

Molecular Analysis of Neuromuscular Diseases

Regulation of blood and lymphatic vessel development
De Val Group

Regulation of blood and lymphatic vessel ...

Role of ABC transporters in gut endocrine K-and L-cells
de Wet Group

Role of ABC transporters in gut endocrine K-and ...

We investigate neuroimmune molecular mechanisms underlying obesity.
Domingos Group

We investigate neuroimmune molecular mechanisms ...

Role of triacylglycerol-rich lipoproteins in substrate supply and metabolic signalling
Evans Group

Role of triacylglycerol-rich lipoproteins in ...

Proton dependence of intracellular calcium signalling in the cerebellum in health and disease - role of extracellular pH sensing receptors and ion channels.
Glitsch Group

Proton dependence of intracellular calcium ...

Growth Regulation and Cancer: mTORC1, Exosomes and Cellular Amino Acid Sensing
Goberdhan Group

Growth Regulation and Cancer: mTORC1, Exosomes ...

Genetic Dissection of Sexual Behaviour
Goodwin Group

Genetic Dissection of Sexual Behaviour

Abnormal metabolism in type 2 diabetes, and how this affects the heart
Heather Group

Abnormal metabolism in type 2 diabetes, and how ...

Local neuromodulators of cardiac autonomic control
Herring Group

Local neuromodulators of cardiac autonomic control

Neural coding and plasticity in the auditory system
King Group

Neural coding and plasticity in the auditory ...

Information encoding in the brain
Kohl Group

Information encoding in the brain

Visual Perception and Decision-Making
Krug Group

Visual Perception and Decision-Making

Iron Homeostasis- Mechanisms and importance in systems (patho)physiology
Lakhal-Littleton Group

Iron Homeostasis- Mechanisms and importance in ...

The aim of our work is to determine the cellular mechanisms underlying the benefits of traditional multi-herbal Chinese medicines.
Ma Group

The aim of our work is to determine the cellular ...

Laboratory of Oscillations & Plasticity
Mann Group

Laboratory of Oscillations & Plasticity

Optical Control of Neurons;
Neuronal Control of Behaviour
Miesenboeck Group

Optical Control of Neurons; Neuronal Control of ...

Cerebral Cortical Development and Evolution
Molnar Group

Cerebral Cortical Development and Evolution

Heart regeneration & development
Mommersteeg Group

Heart regeneration & development

Intracellular calcium signalling in health and disease
Parekh Group

Intracellular calcium signalling in health and ...

Neural systems and circuits for visual perception
Parker Group

Neural systems and circuits for visual perception

Gene Transfer of Nitric Oxide Synthase into Cardiac Nerves Modulates Neurotransmission
Paterson Group

Gene Transfer of Nitric Oxide Synthase into ...

Human systems physiology: Respiratory, cardiovascular and metabolic function in response to stresses such as exercise and hypoxia
Robbins Group

Human systems physiology: Respiratory, ...

Development, homeostasis and regeneration of the cardiovascular system
Smart Group

Development, homeostasis and regeneration of the ...

Investigating the Genetic and Environmental Causes of Congenital Heart Disease
Sparrow Group

Investigating the Genetic and Environmental ...

Patterning and morphogenesis of the early mammalian embryo
Srinivas Group

Patterning and morphogenesis of the early ...

Acid handling and signalling in the heart and in cancer
Swietach Group

Acid handling and signalling in the heart and in ...

We study postnatal and adult mammalian brain stem cells to uncover fundamental developmental mechanisms and disease pathogenesis.
Szele Group

We study postnatal and adult mammalian brain stem ...

Axon Growth and Guidance in the Developing and Regenerating Central Nervous System
Taylor Group

Axon Growth and Guidance in the Developing and ...

Development and Application of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy
Tyler Group

Development and Application of Cardiac Magnetic ...

Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience
Vogels Group

Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience

Sleep, brain and behaviour laboratory
Vyazovskiy Group

Sleep, brain and behaviour laboratory

Memory, motivation and individuality
Waddell Group

Memory, motivation and individuality

Understanding molecular mechanisms of age-related neurodegenerative diseases to generate novel molecular therapies
Wade-Martins Group

Understanding molecular mechanisms of age-related ...

We investigate how the activity of neurons in the brain give rise to our perception of sound.
Walker Group

We investigate how the activity of neurons in the ...

Membrane transport in cartilage and cancer cells
Wilkins Group

Membrane transport in cartilage and cancer cells

Cell Biology of Exosome Signalling, Secretion and Growth in Normal and Cancer Cells at Super-Resolution
Wilson Group

Cell Biology of Exosome Signalling, Secretion and ...

Cyclic Nucleotides signalling
Zaccolo Group

Cyclic Nucleotides signalling

CLC chloride channels and transporters
Zifarelli Group

CLC chloride channels and transporters

Jeol 1010 Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) allowing 2D imaging of specimen ultrastructure at up to 100,000x magnification.
Electron Microscopy

Jeol 1010 Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) ...

Specialising in Cryosectioning, Immunohistochemistry and Light microscopy histological techniques.
Histology

Specialising in Cryosectioning, ...

Well equipped and versatile Media Services Unit in the Le Gros Clark Building. Services available to the wider University and external organisations.​
Media Services

Well equipped and versatile Media Services Unit ...

Two high resolution Magnetic resonance imaging systems, specialising in in vivo cine and cardiac MRI. We also have access to Hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging capabilities.
Preclinical Imaging Facilities

Two high resolution Magnetic resonance imaging ...

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Dpag researchers participate at the parliamentary launch of the physiological societys new ageing report

DPAG Researchers participate at the Parliamentary launch of The Physiological Society's new ageing report

The new Physiological Society report "Growing Older, Better" highlights physiology's role in meeting the UK Government's healthy ageing mission. Associate Professor Vladyslav Vyazovskiy and Novo Nordisk Postdoctoral Fellow Laura McKillop contributed a research spotlight at the report's launch at the Houses of Parliament.

Physiology friday a spotlight on physiological society membership

Physiology Friday: a spotlight on Physiological Society membership

Find out more about our Physiological Society funded Head of Department Seminar Series, the opportunities available to those who join the Society, and DPAG's own Dr Mark Richards’ experiences as a Physiological Society member.

Zoltan molnar delivers the guillery memorial lecture 2019

Zoltán Molnár delivers the Guillery Memorial Lecture 2019

Professor Zoltán Molnár was elected to deliver the 2019 Ray Guillery Lecture at the Grossman Institute for Neuroscience at University of Chicago.