Lecture, Central London, Monday, 27 Mar 2023 - 18:00

Lungs, Gut, and Skin: Biological Interfaces with the Outside World

a woman examining an x-ray of a chest

We interface with our environment via the air we breathe, the food and water we eat and drink, and through physical contact via our skin.

This lecture explores how these biological barriers act to protect us against toxins and toxicants, through an exploration of dose, detoxification and elimination mechanisms, antioxidant defences and innate immune mechanisms.

Dr Ian Mudway

Visiting Professor of Environmental Health

Dr Ian Mudway is Visiting Professor of Environmental Health. He is a senior lecturer in the School of Public Health at Imperial, a member of...

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