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

Hannah Paish is forging a new career path for technicians

Hannah is combining her PhD studies with working as a research technician.

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Caroline Wilson invited speaker at European NF-κB subunit meeting

Progression of NFKB1 regulated inflammatory liver disease and cancer are suppressed by structured exercise.

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Student stories: Lee Borthwick, an inspiring research supervisor

Discover the video testimonial of one of our undergrad students: Ananya Baksi

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New NFRG psoter presented by Hannah Paish at IST Technical Conference 2018

A novel bioreactor technology for modelling fibrosis in human and rodent precision-cut liver slices

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New NFRG paper by Julia Concetti published in Cells

NFKB1 and Cancer: Friend or Foe?

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NFRG paper led by Tyrell Cartwright published in BBA Gene Regulatory Mechanisms

HDAC1 interacts with the p50 NF-κB subunit via its nuclear localization sequence to constrain inflammatory gene expression.

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