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- Kinross J. How surgeons will use data to inform intra-operative decision making. Intelligent Health. London, September 2020.
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- Kinross J. Leveraging the gut microbiome to improve clinical outcomes in cancer. Auckland, New Zealand. October 2020.
- Kinross J. How the microbiome will change colorectal surgery. International Bordeaux Colorectal Master Class. October 2020.
- Kinross J: Leveraging the gut microbiome to improve clinical outcomes in cancer. New Zealand Society of Oncology. October 2020.
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Guido Franzoso, M.D., Ph.D., Imperial College London, Inflammation and Signal Transduction in colorectal cancer, 2011 - 2014
Prof. O'Keefe, Pittsburgh School of medicine, Colorectal cancer, 2011
Dr. Tim Orchard, Imperial College, Inflammatory bowel disease, 2011
Dr. Tony Gordon, Imperial College, Sepsis, 2010
Prof. Glen Gibson, Reading food biosciences unit, Gut microbiome, 2007
Dr. Julian Marchesi, Cardiff School of Biosciences, Gut metagenomics
Research Student Supervision
Eng,D, Personalised diagnostics in inflammatory bowel disease
Mirnezami,R, Systems metabolism of colorectal cancer
Muirhead,L, Analysis of diathermy plumes by Mass Spectrometry in Surgery
Umrani,I, Using virtual worlds to enhance medical student training in the operating theatre.
Vernazza,J, Metabonomic profiling of secondary peritonitis