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rook graham. Contact Details. Graham Rook. Emeritus Professor of Medical Microbiology.
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UCL » 19th November 2019: Dr Lena Ciric, Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering. (Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering University College London). Can we force the genie back into the bottle? Remediating the
Dirt is your friend. 16 January 2017. Professor Graham Rook (UCL Infection &Immunity) discusses the complexities &misunderstandings of hygiene, immunity, and the human microbiome.
The rise in food allergies. 27 October 2020. It is “ unquestionable” that food allergies are on the rise in the UK, says Emeritus Professor Graham Rook (UCL Infection &Immunity).
Urban Greenspace: A Biological, Psychological, Physiological and Social Necessity | Eden Protocol - UCL – University College Londonhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/edenprotocol/urbangreenspace
Research by Professor Graham Rook's team (2013) demonstrates that there is a very basic biological reason for plants, pets and parks in urban life if our immune system is to ... Or all in the body? The biology of urban greenspace. There is an additional
One silent killer. 16 June 2015. Professor Graham Rook (UCL Infection &Immunity) says: "Inflammation gets turned on by the immune system when trouble is spotted, whether it's due to infection
Are we too clean? 29 May 2014. Ahead of his talk at the Cheltenham Science Festival, Professor Graham Rook (UCL Research Department of Infection) discuses whether good hygiene can lead to
allergies, according to Professor Graham Rook (UCL Research Department of Infection) in his talk at Cheltenham Science Festival.
Professor Graham Rook. Emeritus Professor of Medical Microbiology. .