School of Medicine
Harrington building HA242
Subject Areas: Biosciences
Neutrophils are the bodies first line of defence against pathogens and play a crucial role in inflammation. My research focuses on these innate immune cells and how they ingest and kill bacteria, investigating their cytoskeleton and molecular pathways leading to neutrophil extracellular trap (NET) formation.
K. L. Vogt, C. Summers, E. Chilvers, A. M. Condliffe. Priming and De-priming of Neutrophil Responses In Vitro and In Vivo : European Journal of Clinical Investigation, 2018
Wright, V. M., K. L. Vogt, E. Smythe, and M. P. Zeidler. Differential activities of the Drosophila JAK/STAT pathway ligands Upd, Upd2 and Upd3: Cellular Signalling, 2011