Professor Noel Morgan

Principal Investigator

'Every day is exciting; members of the team are brilliant and want to make a difference to people with diabetes'

Dr Sarah Richardson

''What gets me out of bed in the morning is an innate curiosity to find out how and why type 1 diabetes develops; the enthusiastic and committed team with whom I work and a passionate hope that one day we can make a difference for the people who have to live with this disease.''

Dr Mark Russell

'Everyday is filled with different challenges, which keeps things exciting'

'I get to think about immunology and helping real people everyday - what's not to love?'

"Every day offers new challenges and opportunities to learn"

Nikki-Anne Archer

PA to Professor Morgan

'I read the profiles of the iBEX team and I was so inspired, I knew it was where I wanted to be'

Marie Louise Zeissler

Research Technician

'I decided to support Dr Sarah Richardson as a research technician thereby enabling me to be part of exciting research'

Christine Flaxman

Research Technician

'I think the team’s research into what processes and mechanisms are involved in the onset and progress of diabetes is really interesting and exciting. If we can understand more about diabetes, hopefully this will lead to improvements in diagnosis and treatment for people with the disease.'

Patricia Thomas

PhD Student

'What drives me to get up in the morning is the knowledge that my work will contribute towards improving the lives of patients living with type 2 diabetes.'

Anais Kahve

PhD Student

'What gets me up in the morning is the prospect of crossing multiple scientific disciplines to answer tough medical questions'

Eseoghene Ifie (Ese)

PhD Student

'What drives me to do the work I am doing is my burning desire for science and my passion to contribute to a growing body of scientific knowledge which will one day help people with type 1 diabetes'

Jessica Chaffey

PhD Student

'What gets me out of bed in the morning is wanting to find out the ansers to questions about how Type 1 diabetes is triggered, in the knowledge that it could help those who have, or might develop, Type 1 diabetes'

Afi Leslie Kaiyven

PhD Student

'What gets me out of bed in the morning is the passion for science and knowing that the little contributions we make everyday may change the fate of treatment for and/or understanding of type 1 diabetes and other related diseases'

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