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Skin & Oral Disease

Skin diseases are the most common reason for going to the GP in the UK. Approximately 800,000 people per year are then referred to secondary care dermatologists, whilst oral diseases – such as periodontitis – exacerbate and complicate the management of other chronic diseases of ageing, particularly diabetes.

At the NIHR Newcastle BRC, we use the findings from our studies in healthy volunteers as well as in psoriasis, atopic eczema, periodontitis and critical care cohorts, to evaluate the effect of ageing and other age-related co-morbidities (diabetes, hypertension) on inflammatory response, disease evolution and response to treatment.

Find out more about our Skin & Oral Disease theme

Skin & Oral Disease Theme People

Professor Muzlifah Haniffa

Skin and Oral Disease Theme Lead, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Champion

Professor Nick Reynolds

Skin and Oral Disease Deputy Theme Lead

Daniel Maunder

Trainee (Biomedical Researcher)

Jamie Coulter

Trainee (Doctor/Dentist)

Siobhan Muthiah

Trainee (Doctor/Dentist)

Christopher Dowson

Trainee (Biomedical Researcher)

Roisin Stout

Trainee (Biomedical Researcher)

Sadaf Iqbal

Trainee (Biomedical Researcher)

Dr Neil Rajan

Principal Investigator

Skin & Oral Disease Projects