Immune activation, food antigens & microbes: explaining unexplained GI symptoms - Prof. Nick Talley
Team Central Short Courses
Professor Tally is a neurogastroenterologist and highly successful original investigator funded in the past by NIH and currently by NHMRC. His focus has been on research translation, and in recent years the work has concentrated on subtle gut inflammation, the microbiome and unexplained gut symptoms. Nick has published nearly 1000 papers in the peer-reviewed literature, and is considered one of the world's most influential clinician-researchers (H-index of 170, Scopus 2018). He is listed on Google Scholar as Australia's most cited academic with now more than 101,730 citations (Google Scholar, November 2018), and has been listed in the past among the top 400 most highly cited living biomedical researchers.
Professor Nick Talley is currently Pro Vice-Chancellor, Global Research at the University of Newcastle, Australia.
A monthly school-wide seminar series provided by external researchers will:
- promote learning of methodologies and research findings from other researchers - provide networking opportunities - identify areas for collaboration