The Centre for Microvascular Research was established in 2007 under the leadership of Professor Sussan Nourshargh.
The overall research objective of this internationally acknowledged grouping is:
These fundamental inflammatory and cardiovascular responses are investigated under both physiological and pathological conditions. The Centre employs a multi-disciplinary approach for addressing its research objectives, including the use of molecular and cellular biology techniques and numerous in vivo inflammatory models. In addition, the Centre has a strong and acknowledged expertise in the application of specialised imaging methods, such as confocal intravital microscopy (see the CMR Advanced Bio-imaging Facility for more info, which is available to all QMUL and external researchers).
The Centre has an excellent track record of training post-doctoral researchers and PhD students many of whom have been awarded prestigious prizes at national and international conferences, have been successful in acquiring independent Fellowships and have obtained academic positions in prominent laboratories.
We are an international team of researchers and welcome informal enquiries from talented individuals who would like to work with us.
Professor Sussan Nourshargh Head, Centre for Microvascular Research
Professor Ken Suzuki Professor of Translational Cardiovascular Therapeutics
Professor Antal Rot Arthritis Research UK Chair in Inflammation Sciences
Dr James Whiteford Senior Lecturer
Dr Tom Nightingale Lecturer
Dr Fiona Lewis Lecturer in Myocardial Repair and Regeneration
Dr Mathieu-Benoit Voisin Lecturer in Immunology / Co-Manager of the MIC-LIS Facility
Dr Robert Poston Researcher
Dr Neil Dufton Lecturer in Inflammatory Science
For all enquiries please contact: Joana Mateu - PA/Administratorj.email@example.com +44(0) 207 882 2083