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Matthew Collin


Matthew Collin is Professor of Haematology at Newcastle University and Director of adult bone marrow transplantation at the Northern Centre for Bone Marrow Transplantion.  His original interest in DCs followed from their role in graft versus host disease and the potential of DC science to modulate the immune sequelae of transplantation.  When it became apparent that human DCs were very poorly understood in vivo,  the aims of the research programme broadened to include efforts to understand more about the origin and functions of human DCs.  These research themes are now lead independently by Muzlifah Haniffa and Venetia Bigley.  Matthew trained in the laboratories of Siamon Gordon, Derek Hart and Miriam Merad and was funded by Clinician scientist and Bennett Senior Fellowship awards from Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. 

Group members:  Rachel Dickinson,  Paul Milne,  Laura Jardine,  Kile Green, Amy Publicover