BMBCh MRCP DPhil
NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Rheumatology | Oxford-UCB Prize Fellow
- Fellow and Lecturer, St Edmund Hall
Hussein Al-Mossawi completed his medical degree at Trinity College Oxford in 2006. He went on to complete his foundation and core medical training at the Oxford Deanery and moved to Bristol in 2010 to start specialist training in Rheumatology.
He returned to Oxford in 2012 to commence translational immunology research supervised by Paul Bowness and Fiona Powrie and funded by a Wellcome trust clinical fellowship. He completed his DPhil studies in 2016 and worked on pathological immune responses in Spondyloarthritis with a particular focus on the role of GM-CSF in axial and peripheral spondyloarthritis and the role of IL7R polymorphisms in inflammation.
He is currently an Academic Clinical Lecturer in Rheumatology at NDORMS and his current work focuses on the immunobiology of Psoriatic Arthritis. Additionally he is a fellow and lecturer in pathology and immunology at St Edmund Hall and lecturer at Exeter College.
Taylor T. and Al-Mossawi H., (2018), Surgery (United Kingdom), 36, 134 - 138
Al-Mossawi MH. et al, (2017), Nature communications, 8
Mir-10b-5p Is a IL-22 Regulator in CD4+T Cells from Ankylosing Spondylitis
Kim T-J. et al, (2017), ARTHRITIS & RHEUMATOLOGY, 69
Tucker L. et al, (2017), ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES, 76, 419 - 419
Rooke K. et al, (2017), ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES, 76, A38 - A38