Delivering to our mission is the responsibility of our research leaders, recognised experts in their fields who manage interdisciplinary research groups. As well as carrying out excellent research, groups host PhD students, reflecting the importance the Quadram Institute places on training the next generation of food and health scientists. Research leaders are encouraged to maximise the societal impacts from their research, driving innovation.

Berazza group

Beraza group

Mechanisms regulating the gut-liver axis during health and disease

Carding group

Carding group

Gut microbes in health and disease

Cat Edwards Group

Edwards group

Optimising nutrient release from plant-based foods

Finglas group

Finglas group

Food Databanks National Capability

Hall Group

Hall group

Early life microbiota-host interactions

Hazard group

Hazard group

Improving the health impact of wheat starch

Juge group

Juge group

Glycobiology of host-microbe interactions in the gut

Kemsley group

Kemsley group

Core Science Resources - methods development and innovation

Kingsley group

Kingsley group

Pathogen variation

Korcsmaros group

Korcsmaros group

Systems Biology of Gut-Microbe Interactions

Kroon group

Kroon group

Health benefits of dietary polyphenols

Alison Mather's Group

Mather group

Epidemiology, genomics and antimicrobial resistance of bacteria

Mithen group

Food chemistry and human health

Muller Group

Müller Group

Molecular nutrition of the gut-liver-brain axis

Narbad group

Narbad group

Translational microbiome

Pallen group

Pallen group

Bacterial Genomics and Metagenomics

Peck group

Peck group

Biology of Clostridium botulinum

Schuller group

Schüller group

Pathogenesis of diarrhoeagenic E. coli

Warren Group

Warren group

Starch breakdown in the digestive tract

Barrier loss at the tip of an intestinal villus

Watson group

Intestinal epithelium and gut health

Webber group

Webber group

Investigating the evolution of antimicrobial resistance

Wilde group

Wilde group

Food structure, colloids and digestion