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Innate Immunity

Group Lead

Professor Anthony Dorling

The Innate Immunity department is led by Professor Anthony Dorling and is based at the Guy's Campus of KCL.  The department, which includes Professor Steven Sacks, Visiting Professor Claudia Kemper, Professor Wuding Zhou, Dr Richard Smith, Dr Mike Robson and Professor Dasgupta covers a wide range of research including the following major themes:

-Complement Biology
-Cytotopic Therapeutics
-Transplant Inflammation and Repair
-Vasculitis Laboratory
-Experimental Urology

Innate immune factors play a critical role in initiating and shaping adaptive immune responses and this is as true for the immune response against autoantigens and transplanted organs as it is for responses against microbial antigens.

Research in this section encompasses a diverse set of projects, united by the underlying theme of investigating the importance of innate factors in transplantation, autoimmune renal disease and urological malignancies. The ambition of all the research in this area is to translate this knowledge into new and innovative therapies for clinical application.

 

Academics
Professor Anthony Dorling
Professor Steven Sacks
Visiting Professor Claudia Kemper
Professor Wuding Zhou
Dr Richard Smith
Dr Michael Robson
Professor Prokar Dasgupta

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