Research project

Prevention and treatment of allergic asthma in vivo using ADAM33 silencing oligonucleotides


Lead researcher

Dr Hans Michael Haitchi MD, MMed(INT), PhD, PD, MRCP(London), FHEA, PGcert

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Study of the asthma susceptibility gene A Disintegrin and Metalloprotease 33 (ADAM33) in early life and adult asthma and other chronic lung diseases.
  • Development of novel Anti-ADAM33 agents as potential disease modifying asthma therapy.
  • Multiomic study of the influence of the maternal environment (e.g. allergic asthma, obesity) during pregnancy on ADAM33 and other mediators and the early origin of lung disease in the Maternal Environment in Pregnancy (MEP) cohort.
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Other researchers

Dr Mogib Khedr MBBCh, MSc, PhD, FHEA

Senior Teaching Fellow
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Research outputs