Taming the mighty volatile
Professor Salman reflects on his experience and outputs from an MRC/EPSRC molecular pathology node in breath biomarkers, providing insights of outcomes.
- Discuss Volatile organic compounds (VOC) including measurement systems
- Review case studies, from a molecular pathology node
- Gain insights into future directions
Professor Salman Siddiqui is a professor of Respiratory and Experimental Medicine at the NHLI Imperial. His clinical interests are in eosinophilic lung diseases, more specifically in severe eosinophilic asthma and EGPA.
Professor Siddiqui has a longstanding research interest in lung physiology and airway structure-function relationships. In addition, he co-leads a UK wide EPSRC+ network on lung biophysical modelling.
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