Newcastle Fibrosis Research Group

Newcastle Fibrosis Research Group

The Newcastle Fibrosis Research Group is a top-level multi-disciplinary research group of Newcastle University highly experienced in the underlying mechanisms of fibrosis in liver, lung, kidney, heart, skin and joints.

Our Research

Public Engagement

As part of a higher education institution, engaging ourselves with society is a key priority. Fibrotic diseases involve complex mechanisms which we think should be understandable by everyone. Teaching and wide diffusion knowledge about Fibrosis is one of our leading missions.

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News & Events

New NFRG Publication in Nature Communication

A newly published paper with Prof. Derek Mann's participation has been published in Nature Communication. It describes how cell senescence promotes steatosis in the ageing liver

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New Publication in Cell Death & Disease

NFRG members Prof. Derek Mann, Prof. Fiona Oakley and Dr. Caroline Wilson have been collaborating on this new paper which describes functions for the p50 subunit of NF-kB in kidney damage.

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New publication out of cooperation with French company Inventiva

Prof. Derek Mann and Prof. Fiona Oakley have seen the results of an active cooperation with French company Inventiva published in a new paper on a new drug tested for its ability to protect the liver from fibrosis in NAFLD.

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New NFRG Website is online!

All the NFRG team is delighted to announce that our new website is now online. It will give you a complete information about our Research activities, collaborations and let you know better our amazing staff members.

New Review from Prof. Jelena Mann

Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology has published a new Review from Prof. Jelena Mann entitles Epigenetics and Liver Fibrosis.

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Congratulations to Prof. Derek Mann!

Our whole group would like to compliment Prof. Derek Mann who has been elected to the prestigious Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences.

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