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Laura Burzynski

Research Interests

Supervisor: Dr Murray Clarke

I am a PhD student in my 2nd year of the British Heart Foundation 4 year Cardiovascular Medicine programme. The Clarke lab investigates how necrosis drives sterile inflammation, and specifically how necrotic cell death and inflammation affects the pathogenesis of atherosclerotic plaques. In particular, I am interested in determining the role of endothelial cell derived IL-1α in atherosclerosis and graft rejection. Additionally, I hope to examine the links between atherosclerosis and atherothrombosis.

Keywords

interleukin receptors ; microscopy ; necrosis ; platelets ; IL-1 ; cell culture ; protein purification ; animal models ; inflammation ; recombinant protein expression ; ELISA's ; endothelial cells

Topics

  • atherosclerosis
  • haematology
  • atherothrombosis