Lectures and seminars Rescheduled - Linking the epigenetic landscape of ageing with the exposome
The Shiels lab has a broad portfolio of Geroscience research interests, meeting at the cross-roads of age related health, the exposome and the underpinning biology of ageing. The lab investigates the interplay between the (epi)genome and both biotic and abiotic factors, such as socio-economic position, nutrition, lifestyle and the environment, all of which can influence individual trajectories of ageing and health.
Rescheduled from 9 March 14.00 to 10 March 15.00
Professor Paul Shiels
The Institute of Cancer Sciences at the University of Glasgow.
Professor Anna Färnert
Karolinska Institutet, Department of medicine, Solna, Division of Infectious Diseases.
Selection of recent publications from Paul´s group
Food for healthier aging: power on your plate.
Mafra D, Ugochukwu SA, Borges NA, Cardozo LFMF, Stenvinkel P, Shiels PG
Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 2022 Aug;():1-14
Inhibiting BTB domain and CNC homolog 1 (Bach1) as an alternative to increase Nrf2 activation in chronic diseases.
Mafra D, Alvarenga L, Cardozo LFMF, Stockler-Pinto MB, Nakao LS, Stenvinkel P, Shiels PG
Biochim Biophys Acta Gen Subj 2022 Jun;1866(6):130129
Socioeconomic position links circulatory microbiota differences with biological age.
Craven H, McGuinness D, Buchanan S, Galbraith N, McGuinness DH, Jones B, Combet E, Mafra D, Bergman P, Ellaway A, Stenvinkel P, Ijaz UZ, Shiels PG
Sci Rep 2021 Jun;11(1):12629