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Other Graham Lab Members

The focus of the Graham group is diverse, encompassing all aspects of chemokine biology from the way they signal to their multiple roles in healthy and diseased tissues in the body.

Ph.D. Students

Dr. Hanna Johnsson

About Hanna

"As a Rheumatology trainee I have become interested in why some patients with psoriasis develop psoriatic arthritis, which is distinct from rheumatoid arthritis. ACKR2 limits inflammation in psoriasis, and my project  'ACKR2 and the restriction of inflammatory spread in arthropathies' aims to determine if ACKR2 also limits inflammation in psoriatic arthritis, and plays a role in determining the tissue specificity of psoriatic and rheumatoid arthritis".

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Dr. Elaine Leung

About Elaine

Elaine is a Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Training Fellow in women’s health at the University of Glasgow. Her PhD investigates the role of Natural Killer cells in oncolytic (anti-cancer) viral therapy in ovarian cancer. In addition, her project evaluates the changes in chemokines and cytokines of malignant cells infected with oncolytic adenoviruses and they may influence efficacy of this new class of cancer therapy. Because adenovirus replication is species-specific, her work involves functional immune assays using sorted human immune cells from primary tumour samples from women with ovarian cancer. 

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Francesca Vidler

About Frankie

"I am a BHF PhD student investigating the role of chemokines in cardiovascular disease. I am focusing on how inflammatory chemokines regulate inflammation in hypertension and the associated vascular function and oxidative stress". 

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Robert Reilly

About Rob

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