We met in London
All partners met in London
Partners met in Norwich to discuss results
We attended the Symposium in Heidelberg (27-30 Aug 2014) and presented a Poster: Understanding crypt-villus homeostasis and recovery in the intestinal epithelium: experiments and mathematical models.
All partners met in London to discuss modelling and experimental approaches for cell proliferation and migration in the intestinal epithelium
This new website for the ‘Decrypting the Villus’ project, coordinated by the Institute of Food Research, highlights the main aims of the project and will be used to communicate major outputs during the lifetime of the project. The website includes a blog which will be regularly updated by the participants and we welcome feedback via […]
IFR scientist Dr Carmen Pin has been awarded funding of just over £467,000 from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) to answer fundamental questions on the regulation of the intestinal epithelium, and to contribute to the identification of strategies for maintaining the health and preventing diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. The award is based […]