I completed my BSc(Hons) and MRes degrees at the University of Brighton, before moving to Professor Ahuva Nissim's lab at the William Harvey Research Institute (Queen Mary University of London) to undertake a PhD. My PhD work involved targeting combined therapies to the arthritic joint using antibodies specific to damaged cartilage.
Currently, I am working in Professor Richard Williams lab focusing on the development of novel drugs for the treatment of inflammatory arthritis.
Targeting Extracellular Vesicles to the Arthritic Joint using a Damaged Cartilage Specific Antibody
TOPPING L. et al, (2020), Frontiers in immunology
IDO activation, inflammation and musculoskeletal disease.
Ogbechi J. et al, (2019), Exp gerontol, 131
OP0260 Targeting neutrophil microvesicles to damaged cartilage using antibodies to post-translationally modified collagen ii
Topping LM. et al, (2018), Friday, 15 june 2018
FRI0011 Targeting neutrophil microvesicles to damaged cartilage using antibodies to post translationally modified collagen ii
Topping LM. et al, (2017), Poster presentations
06.09 Targeting therapeutic and regenerative biomedicine specifically to arthritic joints
Nissim A. et al, (2017), Novel technologies