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Dr Isabelle Coales

Research associate

Biography

Isabelle obtained her BSc studying Physiological Science at the University of Bristol in 2016 before moving to London to complete her MRes in the Microbiome in Health and Disease at Imperial College London. Here, she continued her studies, joining the Medical Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership (MRC DTP) PhD programme in 2017. Her PhD project focused on characterizing sex differences in myeloid cells and their potential influence on Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis, a collaborative project with Professor Paul Matthews, Dr. David Owen, and Dr. Elisabeth Want.

Following the completion of her PhD she moved to Kings College London to work alongside Dr. Joana Neves, exploring the role of innate lymphoid cells in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).

    Research

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    Neves Lab

    The Neves lab aims understand how the different cellular compartments of the gut communicate with each other, to then be able to direct those conversations to promote gut homeostasis.

      Research

      neves-group-banner
      Neves Lab

      The Neves lab aims understand how the different cellular compartments of the gut communicate with each other, to then be able to direct those conversations to promote gut homeostasis.