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

A new NFRG review by Fiona Oakley published in Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Interrogating mechanisms of liver fibrosis with omics

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A new NFRG review by Daniel Geh, Jack Leslie and Derek Mann published in Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Neutrophils as potential therapeutic targets in hepatocellular carcinoma

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A new book chapter in the Encyclopaedia of Respiratory Medicine By Will Reilly, Rachel Burgoyne and Lee Borthwick

The Role of Epithelial Damage in the Pulmonary Immune Response

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A new Review by Rachel Burgoyne and Lee Borthwick in MDPI

The Role of Epithelial Damage in the Pulmonary Immune Response

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New NFRG publication lead by Maria Garcia published in Hepatology

An mTORC1-Plin3 pathway is essential to activate lipophagy and protects against hepatosteatosis

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Letizia Marchetti Best Flash Talk at BIRA Inaugural Conference

"Possible systemic roles of hepatic NFkB1 in inflammageing" presented in the obesity, metabolism and ageing session

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