Putting MAP research on the map

Putting MAP Research on the MAP

Dr Gaurav Agrawal

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBBS, MRCP, FRACGP
Physician
Centre for Digestive Diseases, Sydney, Australia
www.cdd.com.au

MAP and Crohn’s Disease Infection as a cause of autoimmunity


Prof. Marcel Behr

Prof. Marcel Behr

MD MSc FRCPC
Microbiologist and Physician
Behr Research Laboratory, Quebec, Canada
www.mcgill.ca

The Epidemiology and Pathogenesis of Mycobacterial Diseases


Prof. Tom Borody

Prof. Thomas Borody

BSc (MED) (HONS) MBBS (HONS) MD PhD FRACP FACG FACP AGAF
Medical Director, Gastroenterologist
Centre for Digestive Diseases, Sydney, Australia
www.cdd.com.au

Clinical Gastroenterologist actively treating Crohn’s patients with Anti-MAP therapies and Fecal Microbiota Transplantation. Involved in the development of an anti-MAP therapy for Crohn’s Disease.


Dr Tim Bull

Dr Tim Bull

MS/Bacteriology MS/Virology PhD
Associate Dean of the Biological Research Facility
Senior Lecturer in Infectious Diseases
St. George’s University of London
www.sgul.ac.uk

Development of the anti-MAP Vaccine alongside Prof Hermon-Taylor. The role of MAP in the causation of Crohn’s Disease.


Prof. John Hermon-Taylor

Prof. John Hermon-Taylor

BA (Hons) 2 MB BChir FRCS MChir
Molecular Scientist
Retired Gastroenterologist and Surgeon
Kings College London, UK

MAP, MAP & Johne’s Disease, MAP & Crohn’s Disease
The MAP Diagnostic Test
The Crohn’s MAP Vaccine


Prof. Saleh Naser

Prof. Saleh Naser

PhD MSc BSc
Microbiologist
Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, Florida, USA
med.ucf.edu

The role of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) in the etiology of Crohn’s Disease.


Prof. Roger Pickup

Prof. Roger Pickup

BSc (Jt Hons; Wales) PhD (Wales)
Molecular Microbial Ecologist
Division of Biomedical and Life Sciences
Lancaster University, UK
www.research.lancs.ac.uk

Epidemiological studies of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis


We realise this is just a start and very much hope to build up this page to include everyone who is currently active in the MAP research field. If you would like to be added, please EMAIL US us a photo, your details and a link to your website(s) and/or other media resources.

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