Staff

Professor David Adams

Professor David Adams

Professor of Hepatology
Dean of Medicine
Director NIHR BRU in Liver Disease and Centre for Liver Research

David Adams is Professor of Hepatology and Dean of Medicine for the College of Medical and Dental Sciences.  He is also director of the Centre for Liver Research and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Birmingham Liver Biomedical Research Unit and lead for translational research in the MRC Centre for Immune Regulation.

In ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 415 8702

Email d.h.adams@bham.ac.uk

Dr Simon Afford

Reader in Liver Immunopathology

School of Immunity and Infection

Simon Afford holds a Readership in Liver Immunopathology within the School of Infection and Immunity .

Simon has published extensively in scientific journals as well as reviews and book chapters in the fields of cellular and molecular mechanisms of hepatic inflammation. He has received major grants from the Wellcome Trust, Medical Research Council, Biological and Biological Science ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 415 8698

Email s.c.afford@bham.ac.uk

Professor Graham Anderson

Professor Graham Anderson

Professor of T-Lymphocyte Biology

School of Immunity and Infection

Graham Anderson is Professor of T-Lymphocyte Biology and a Theme Lead in the MRC Centre for Immune Regulation.

Grahams research focuses on T-cell development and thymus development and function, as well as the regulation of T-cell responses in lymphoid tissues. Graham has over 100 publications in scientific journals in the fields of Immunology and developmental biology. He ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 6817

Email g.anderson@bham.ac.uk

Dr Matthew Armstrong

Dr Matthew Armstrong

Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow and Honorary SpR in Hepatology

School of Immunity and Infection

Dr Matthew Armstrong is a Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow (commenced Oct 2009). He qualified from Leeds Medical School in 2004 with honours, during which he obtained a 1stClass BSc in clinical sciences with research in small bowel surgery. His post-graduate training was undertaken in hospitals throughout the Yorkshire region, until he started his PhD at Birmingham University in ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 415 8700/+44 (0)7968470622

Email armstrom@bham.ac.uk