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About the 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

NOD2 and TLR2 Signal via TBK1 and PI31 to Direct Cross-Presentation and CD8T Cell Responses FRONTIERS IN IMMUNOLOGY, 10. Article

Becalming Type 17 Inflammation in Ulcerative Colitis. Immunity, 50 (4), pp. 1029-1031. Article

Colonic epithelial cell diversity in health and inflammatory bowel disease. Nature, 567 (7746), pp. 49-55. Article

News and Events

FALK Symposium Poster First Prize Winner!

FALK Symposium Poster First Prize Winner!

Posted 05/04/2019

   Dr Dominik Aschenbrenner from the Uhlig group was awarded the first poster prize at the FALK symposium “IBD: From ...

High Sheriff Awards

High Sheriff Awards

Posted 27/03/2019

Congratulations and a huge well done to Denise O’Donnell, Lead Research Nurse for the Gastro and Hepatology Clinical Trials Facility, ...

Professor Satish Keshav Memorial Fund

Professor Satish Keshav Memorial Fund

Posted 19/03/2019

  A fund has been established through the University to remember Satish, to support a scholarship in clinical science for a young ...

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Dr Michael Fitzpatrick: Characterisation of intestinal T cell populations in coeliac disease using single-cell transcriptomic approaches, 06/Jun/2019 16:30

Dr Peter Bossuyt: When the computer takes over: automated digital endoscopic scoring in IBD, 04/Jul/2019 16:30

Featured TGU Researcher

Nick Provine

Nick Provine

Posted 02/04/2019

1.  How did you become interested in translational gastroenterology? I became interested in translational gastroenterology ...

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