Dr Philippa Warren PhD (Cantab), BSc (hons), ARCS
Sir Henry Dale Fellow
I lead a team working to maintain restore respiratory function following neurological trauma and disease. The central theme of the lab is to determine the mechanisms and physiological processes which cause respiratory and locomotor dysfunction following severe disorders, such as spinal cord injury. We investigate new methods to recover this activity in order to aid clinical translation of treatment strategies, aiding patients.
As such, we aim to:
- Use innovative techniques to determine the physiological deficits and mechanisms of injury/disease
- Develop and assess novel treatments for pre-clinical functional benefits
I advocate for diversity at King's College London and am the Race Equality Champion of my Department.
Please see my Research Staff Profile for more detail
- Warren et al., 2018. Rapid and robust restoration of breathing long after spinal cord injury. Nat. Commun.
- Warren et al., 2020. Oxygen transport kinetics underpin rapid and robust diaphragm recovery following chronic spinal cord injury. J Physiol.
- Warren et al., 2019. Plasticity induced recovery of breathing occurs at chronic stages after cervical contusion. J. Neurotrauma.
- Warren et al., 2018. Mid-cervical spinal cord contusion causes robust deficits in respiratory parameters and pattern variability. Exp. Neurol.
- Warren et al., 2020. Secretion of a mammalian chondroitinase ABC aids glial integration at PNS/CNS boundaries. Sci. Rep.
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