Centre for Molecular Medicine
The objective of the Centre for Molecular Medicine is to identify, study and understand the functions of molecules and biological processes involved in the development of diseases.
Currently we are focused upon the causes of Crohn’s disease, which we have shown to result from immunodeficiency, and ulcerative colitis.
We investigate sporadic cases as well as the genetics of families with these conditions. We are also researching the mechanisms by which neutrophils, the most numerous of the white blood cells, kill and digest microbes.
Head of the Centre
Prof. A.W. (Tony) Segal, FRS.
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Lecturer - UCL Prize Lecture in Clinical Science 2014