Events and activities
TGU@10 - Satish Keshav Award for Sumeet Pandey
Sumeet Pandey received the Satish Keshav Award for his work on antimicrobial activity in phagocytes. Sumeet presented his work at the 10 year Anniversay meeting of the Translational Gastroenterology Unit in September 2019.
Oxford Biomedical Research Center NIHR open day - 24th of May 2019
Members of Holm Uhlig’s group have participated in the NIHR BRC open day on the 24th of May. Dr Zoe Christoforidou and Dr Sumeet Pandey presented to the public the group’s research showing how whole genome sequencing in patients with inflammatory bowel disease impacts on making the correct diagnosis and is important for patient care. Additionally, Zoe and Sumeet facilitated in the interactive presentation of the "Giant gut wall" in collaboration with Fiona Powrie’s group.
IBD: Inflammatory Bowel Disease: From Pathophysiology to Personalized Medicine - FALK Foundation Symposium
Dr Dominik Aschenbrenner from the Uhlig group was awarded the first poster prize at the FALK symposium “IBD: From Pathophysiology to Personalized Medicine”.The meeting was attended by 550 scientists and clinicians from 42 countries on 29th and 30th March 2019, held at the Oxford Examination School.
CICRA Family day in Oxford 2018
The Oxford Paediatric Gastroenterology team supported the IBD Family Information Day of CICRA, the charity supporting children with crohns and colitis, and their families, on Saturday 24th November. A main topic was the support of patients with very early onset inflammatory bowel disease.
The Annual Meeting of the British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, And nutrition (BSPGHAN) 2019 in Oxford
The 2018 Mucosal Immunology Course and Meeting in Oxford
Mucosal Immunology Course & Symposium (MICS 2018) from July 17-20, 2018 at Oxford University. Jointly with Clare Lloyd and Kevin Maloy, Holm organised the European Mucosal Immunology Meeting and Workshop sponsored by the Society of Mucosal Immunology and the European Mucosal Immunology Group.
Very Early Onset - IBD meeting and workshop 2016 in Oxford
At the VEOIBD2016 meeting September 18th 2016 we discussed new genetic defects associated with paediatric onset IBD, functional pathways and immune networks, as well as the classification of monogenic forms of inflammatory bowel disease and implications for patient care.Faculty and participants from 14 countries attended the meeting that was organised by Holm Uhlig in association with the Oxford IBD Masterclass.