Research

We publish primary data in peer-reviewed scientific journals, covering all aspects of aluminium in human health. We are specialists, and world leaders in this field and our research is internationally recognised.

Featured presentations:

We now have a section of the website dedicated to our past presentations given at conferences and events worldwide. If you would like to view, share or even download these talks they are now available here!

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Visualising aluminium in the human brain

Aluminium-specific fluorescence microscopy highlighting aluminium in brain tissue in autism. Mold et al., 2018 JTEMB 46, 76-82.

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Defining a role for aluminium in human disease

Combining methods to image aluminium and measure its content in human brain tissue has defined a role for aluminium in neurological disorders. Exley & Mold 2020 Heliyon 6, E03839.

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Fluorescence Microscopy

Our simple and reliable method to image aluminium in human diseases may be applied to labs worldwide to understand the impact on human health.