Professor Tariq Sethi

Title/Position:

Professor in Respiratory Medicine (King's College London)


Type of staff member: Associated Principal Investigator
Research Theme: Tissue Remodelling and Regeneration
Research Programme(s): Tissue Remodelling, Tissue Regeneration, Inflammation and Cancer
Research Group(s): Tissue regeneration, Solid tumour models
Background:


Professor Sethi is Head of Respiratory Medicine Kings Health Partners / Kings College London and was previously Professor of Respiratory and Lung Cancer Biology at the University of Edinburgh.

He was educated at Cambridge and London Universities followed by junior hospital jobs in London. He gained a PhD at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund London and was subsequently appointed lecturer in Medicine at Edinburgh University. As an MRC Travelling Fellow, he worked at the Scripps Research Insitute California, returning to Edinburgh as a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Leave Fellow.

Research Overview:


The interaction between inflammation and lung cancer, focusing the regulation of proliferation and apoptosis by growth factor and integrin mediated signalling.

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