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About TGU

The TGU main laboratory is situated in the John Radcliffe hospital. The Unit builds on excellent clinical programmes in inflammatory bowel disease and hepatology as well as cutting edge fundamental science programmes in mucosal immunology.

The Oxford Gastroenterology Unit is acknowledged as one of the premier units for clinical care and research in Europe and has attracted clinical and research fellows from all over the world.

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Latest Publications

MAP(K)ing the Path to Stem Cell Quiescence and the Elusive Enteroendocrine Cell Cell Stem Cell, 20 (2), pp. 153-154. Article

Human parvovirus 4 'PARV4' remains elusive despite a decade of study. F1000Res, 6, pp. 82. Article

When half a glass of STAT3 is just not enough. Blood, 128 (26), pp. 3020-3021. Article

News and Events

The TGU welcomes STEM Apprentice Placements this summer!

The TGU welcomes STEM Apprentice Placements this summer!

Posted 27/04/2017

  This July we are hosting two STEM Apprentice Placements, funded by OxLEP and Oxfordshire Apprenticeships. They are organised by ...

Oxford IBD MasterClass 2017

Oxford IBD MasterClass 2017

Posted 15/03/2017

Oxford IBD MasterClass 2017

Personalised Care in IBD: the interface between science and practice

11–12 SEPTEMBER 2017
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION SCHOOLS, OXFORD, UK

TGU Awards, Grants and Prizes Sep-Oct 2016

TGU Awards, Grants and Prizes Sep-Oct 2016

Posted 22/09/2016

Tom Chapman, Tobias Schwerd and Athena Cavounidis on their achievements this month!     Tom, a Gastroenterology Clinical ...

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Oxtalks Feed

Dr Daniel Kotlarz: Immune regulation in very early onset IBD – genetic factors controlling intestinal homeostasis, 04/May/2017 16:30

Tianqi Leng: Innate activation of gut-homing T cells, 08/Jun/2017 16:30

Featured TGU Researcher

Alessandra Geremia

Alessandra Geremia

Posted 16/03/2017

  1. How did you become interested in translational gastroenterology? During my training as a gastroenterologist I developed a ...

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Podcasts- meet our researchers!

Gut Reactions

Gut Reactions

Posted 06/05/2016

Professor Fiona Powrie talks about the importance of our guts, and her research in gastroenterology.

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