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St George's University of London.

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Bridget Bax

Address:

Molecular & Clinical Sciences Research Institute,
Cell Biology and Genetics Research Centre,
St George's, University of London
Cranmer Terrace, London,
SW17 0RE, UK

Research Interests:

Rare diseases, cell based therapies.

Biography:

  • Diagnosis delays, lack of comprehension of disease pathophysiology, poor co-ordination of care and no approved therapies are the challenges that face a majority of the rare disease community.
  • Over 7,000 rare diseases have been identified, but to date there are only around 400 licenced treatments on the market, creating a huge unmet need.
  • Currently her team are focusing on the fatal, ultra-rare disease, mitochondrial neurogastrointestinal encephalomyopathy (MNGIE).

Dr Bax’s research focuses on two objectives: 
i) to improve the understanding of the underlying pathogenic molecular mechanisms of rare inherited diseases and 
ii) to develop cell-based therapies for diseases with unmet needs.