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Viral Hepatitis Research Group

 

Our research focuses on understanding the mechanism of hepatitis C virus (HCV) entry into the liver and how the virus persists to evade the innate and adaptive immune responses. Development of multi-cellular systems comprising hepatocytes and non-parenchymal liver cells have enabled us to uncover new pathways that regulate viral replication. We are exploring the impact of viral and bacterial co-infection on HCV pathogenesis and the role persistent HCV replication plays in the development of hepatocellular carcinoma.



HCV Information


Jazzy Jazzy's story - life with HCV

CRUKWhy is HCV important?

JandFHCV New Drug research (formerly Janis and Friends) a patient's eye view of HCV.

HCVDrugs




A list of all therapies for HCV in development

               World Hepatitis Alliance

WHA


Our Neighbors


MRC Centre






MRC Centre for Immune Regulation (downstairs)

CLR






Centre for Liver Research (across the corridor)



Conferences in 2014, click on image to visit website


EASL-2014


EASL 2014 - April 9 - 13, London





CV-omatic


This nifty little search utility can help you generate a reference list with embedded hyperlinks in a form suitable for a document. Ideal for increasing the impact of your CV.






Password

Our IT security policy means that all UoB staff and students must have a strong Active Directory password. Click the padlock to go to a tool which can help you choose a good, secure, memorable password, hint: "Trombones" is a terrible password (score 27%), "76Trombones" is better (68%) but "76-Trombones!" is excellent (100%).


Security note: this utility runs entirely on your computer, nothing is sent via the web.



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