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Professor Conleth Feighery

Fellow Emeritus (Fellows Emeritii)

 


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Copy, Inflammatory Lung Disease, Proposed workshop on inflammatory diseases of the lung.Includes clinicians presenting on their specific disease type to fundamental scientists.Objectives :To build links between fundamental and clinican scientistsTo look for opportunities for trans-institutional collaborationTo connect senior post-docs (emerging PI's) with clinician counterpart
Cooper,Suzanne E J S.E.J., Kennedy,Nicholas P. N.P., Mohamed,Bashir Mustafa B.M., Abuzakouk,Mohamed M., Dunne,Jean J., Byrne,Greg G., McDonald,George S A G.S.A., Davies,Anthony Mitchell A.M., Edwards,Connla C., Kelly,Jacinta D. J.D., Feighery,Conleth F. C.F., Immunological indicators of coeliac disease activity are not altered by long-term oats challenge, Clinical and Experimental Immunology, 171, (3), 2013, p313-318 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
O'Reilly V, Zeng SG, Bricard G, Atzberger A, Hogan AE, Jackson J, Feighery C, Porcelli SA, Doherty DG, Distinct and Overlapping Effector Functions of Expanded Human CD4, CD8α and CD4CD8α Invariant Natural Killer T Cells, PloS one, 6, (12, e28648), 2011, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Brophy K*, Ryan AW*, Turner G, Trimble V, Patel KD, O'Morain C, Kennedy NP, Egan B, Close E, Lawlor G, MacMathuna P, Stevens FM, Abuzakouk M, Feighery C, Kelleher D, McManus R, Evaluation of 6 candidate genes on chromosome 11q23 for coeliac disease susceptibility: a case control study, BMC Medical Genetics, 11, (76), 2010, Notes: [PMID: 20478055, * Equal contribution], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL
Feighery CF, McManus R., Symposium on 'The challenge of translating nutrition research into public health nutrition'. Session 3: Joint Nutrition Society and Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute Symposium on 'Nutrition and autoimmune disease'. Recent advances in genetic understanding of coeliac disease. , Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 68, (2), 2009, p122-126 , Notes: [PubMed ID: 19243665 ], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Bracken S, Bryne G, Kelly J, Jackson J, Feighery C , Altered gene expression in highly purified enterocytes from patients with active coeliac disease , BMC Genomics, 8, (9), 2008, p377-, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Mohamed BM, Feighery C, Coates C, O'Shea U, Delaney D, O'Briain S, Kelly J, Abuzakouk M. , The absence of a mucosal lesion on standard histological examination does not exclude diagnosis of celiac disease , Digestive Disease Science , 52, (1), 2008, p52 - 61, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endo, 103, 5, (2007), 29 - 32p, Healy C, Abuzakouk M, Feighery C, Flint S, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
Doyle SL, Jefferies CA, Feighery C, O'Neill LA , Signaling by Toll-like receptors 8 and 9 requires Bruton's tyrosne kinase , Journal of Biological Chemistry, 282, (51), 2007, p36953 - 36960, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Healy C, Abuzakouk M, Feighery C, Flint S, Acquired angioedema in non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, Oral Surgical Oral Medicine Oral Pathology Oral Radiol Endod, 103, 2007, p29 - 32, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
van Heel DA, Franke L, Hunt KA, Gwilliam R, Zhernakova A, Inouye M, Wapenaar MC, Barnardo MC, Bethel G, Holmes G, FEIGHERY C, et al. , A genome-wide association study of celiac disease identifies risk variants in the region harboring IL2 and IL21 , Nature Genetics , 39, (7), 2007, p827 - 829, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
  

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Since my appointment as Consultant Immunologist to St. James's Hospital and the former Federated Dublin Voluntary Hospitals (now Tallaght or AMNiCH hospital), I developed clinical and research interests in the following areas: . PRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCY DISORDERS . AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS, IN PARTICULAR CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASES . WEGENER'S GRANULOMATOSIS . COELIAC DISEASE. Since 1982, a busy clinical and laboratory Immunology service has evolved. The laboratory currently performs investigations on some 80,000 specimens per annum. A busy outpatient and daycare facility was established. In excess of 60 patients with primary immunodeficiency states attend the clinic and a home based therapy has been developed for patients with immunoglobulin deficiency states. Research has focused in particular on auto-immune disorders, with coeliac disease as the principal interest. However, research into other disorders including primary immunodeficiency states also continues.