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Rory Saitch

Rory Saitch

Master's Student

Research Interests

I am interested in the role of the AhR in modulating the gut microenvironment and how cross-talk between food-derived ligands and drugs can regulate host immune responses. Understanding these interactions and the involvement of the AhR is crucial in order to exploit them for therapeutic purposes and personalised medicine.

I am currently completing the 4th year of my integrated Masters degree in Biochemistry at the University of Oxford.