Tennant Research Group

INVESTIGATING OXYGEN-MEDIATED CONTROL of METABOLISM
OUR RESEARCH

 

Read about the research that we're currently doing, and the technologies we use to do it

MEMBERS

 

The Tennant laboratory is a dynamic and collaborative young research group - find out who is currently part of it

PUBLICATIONS

See what we've been up to - our recent research papers and reviews are shown here

LAY SUMMARY

This section explains our research in lay terms - what we're doing, and why we do it

ABOUT US

Set up in 2011, the Tennant research group is situated within the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research in the University of Birmingham. We study the role of oxygen in the control of metabolism, both through use of genetic models as well as low oxygen workstations. Stable isotope tracing is performed through the facilities provided by the Metabolic Tracer Analysis Core (MTAC) within the Institute, and provides the high resolution data required to infer changes in metabolic phenotype in response to perturbations.

CONTACT US

Institute of Biomedical Sciences Building

College of Medical and Dental Sciences

University of Birmingham

Edgbaston

Birmingham. B15 2TT