Imperial College London

Dr Lynne Sykes

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction

NIHR Clinical Lecturer



+44 (0)20 7594 2186l.sykes




3007Institute of Reproductive and Developmental BiologyHammersmith Campus





Dr Maria Carmen Collado, The Institute of Agrochemistry and Food Technology (IATA), Maternal and infant gut microbiome, 2016

Marcelo Napimoga, Centro de Pesquisas em Odontologia Sao Leopoldo Mandic, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Nanoparticle technology for the delivery of prostaglandins, 2016

Research Student Supervision

Anucha,E, The potential role of viral priming in the placenta in bacterial induced preterm labour

Begam,Z, The role of viral priming in bacterial induced preterm labour

Begum,Z, The anti-inflammatory effects of 15dPGJ2 in human cultured amniocytes

Boyce,E, The effects of therapeutic concentrations of Sulfasalazine in amniocytes

Chan,D, Microbial – Maternal Host Immune Interactions in Pregnancy Preterm labour

Gimeno-Molina,B, The role of neutrophils in microbial driven preterm birth

Hunte,E, The role of CRTH2 in murine myometrial contractility

Loy,H, The role of CRTH2 agonists on human myometrial contractility

Thomson,K, Investigation of Sulfasalazine Treatment in the Prevention of Preterm Labour – Effect on NF-κB Activity and Proinflammatory Genes in Human Amnion Epithelial Cells

Yap,XJ, Chemoattractant Receptor Homologous to the T helper 2 cell (CRTH2) expression and function in T helper cells in pregnancy