SEO Test Tool

This tool allows you to analyze the source code of a page
and verify the optimization for the search engines.

URL:



Respuesta: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2019 02:38:55 GMT
Server: Zope/(2.13.22, python 2.7.12, linux2) ZServer/1.1
Content-Length: 42726
X-Cache-Operation: plone.app.caching.moderateCaching
Content-Language: en
Expires: Sun, 15 Nov 2009 02:38:55 GMT
Vary: X-Anonymous,Accept-Encoding
ETag: "||1200377|en|0|Turnkey Theme|0|0|1573601556.45|"
X-Ua-Compatible: IE=edge,chrome=1
Cache-Control: max-age=0, s-maxage=3600, must-revalidate
X-Cache-Rule: plone.content.folderView
X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN
Content-Type: text/html;charset=utf-8
X-Varnish: 2230284
Age: 0
Via: 1.1 varnish-v4
X-Cache: MISS
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Set-Cookie: ANONSERVERID=app-anon-3.haiku.fry=c3; path=/
Via: 1.0 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk
Strict-Transport-Security: max-age=15768000
Connection: close
URL: https://www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/team/sarah-atkinson
Charset: utf-8
Title: Sarah Atkinson — Department of Paediatrics
Description: MBBS, BSc, MRCPCH, DTM&H, PhD, PGDipPID Sarah Atkinson - Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Paediatrics and Paediatric Infectious Disease
Keywords:
Geo.region:
Geo.position:
Geo.placename:
Texto: Sarah Atkinson — Department of Paediatrics Cookies on this website We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you click 'Continue' we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies and you won't see this message again. Click 'Find out more' for information on how to change your cookie settings. Continue Find out more Skip to main content Site Map Accessibility Cookies Contact us Log in Menu Home About us News Events Research Recent publications Study with us Work with Us Our team Search Our team Sarah Atkinson Using genetic tools to understand the interactions between infection and nutrition Contact information Email sarah.atkinson@paediatrics.ox.ac.uk Telephone +254 (0) 702210583 Sarah Atkinson MBBS, BSc, MRCPCH, DTM&H, PhD, PGDipPID Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Paediatrics and Paediatric Infectious Disease Dr Sarah Atkinson is a Wellcome Trust Career Re-entry Fellow and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Paediatrics and at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kilifi Kenya. Sarah completed her training in paediatrics and paediatric infectious disease in London, Newcastle and Oxford. Sarah first joined the Department of Paediatrics in 2007 as a Clinical Lecturer and has been based in Kenya since 2013. She is interested in using genetic epidemiology and other tools to understand the relationship between nutrition and infection in children. Both micronutrient deficiencies and infectious diseases are common among children living in sub-Saharan Africa, but little is known about the effect that they have on each other. For example could malaria be causing iron deficiency, which affects >40% of children in Kilifi? We previously found that iron deficiency increases markedly over the malaria season in African children. The human hormone hepcidin controls iron regulation and prevents iron absorption and recycling. We found that hepcidin levels are unusually high in malaria even in asymptomatic infection suggesting that iron absorption may be impaired for prolonged periods in children who already have precarious iron intake. We are using genetic and epidemiological methods to investigate the impact of malaria on iron status. It is possible that elimination of malaria might also prevent an important cause of iron deficiency. Nutritional status may also influence the risk of infection. The safety of iron supplementation is an important concern since pathogens require iron for their growth. I am using a Mendelian randomization (MR) to address the question of whether a child's iron status is causally related to their risk of malaria and/or bacterial infection. MR is an approach that utilizes the random allocation of genetic variants at conceptioin to investigate causality between an intermediate trait (iron status) and disease (infection). In order to identify genetic variants for MR, I am conducting the first genome-wide association study of iron status and hepcidin levels in African populations. Validated genetic variants will be taken forward to large MR case-control studies of severe malaria and bacteraemia using stored samples from the Kilifi Biobank and the MalariaGEN Consortium. Key publications Ironing out sex differences in tuberculosis prevalence Journal article Atkinson S. and Yates TA., (2017), International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Malaria and Age Variably but Critically Control Hepcidin Throughout Childhood in Kenya. Journal article Atkinson SH. et al, (2015), EBioMedicine, 2, 1478 - 1486 Combinatorial effects of malaria season, iron deficiency, and inflammation determine plasma hepcidin concentration in African children. Journal article Atkinson SH. et al, (2014), Blood, 123, 3221 - 3229 Expression of the iron hormone hepcidin distinguishes different types of anemia in African children. Journal article Pasricha S-R. et al, (2014), Sci Transl Med, 6 Epistasis between the haptoglobin common variant and α+thalassemia influences risk of severe malaria in Kenyan children. Journal article Atkinson SH. et al, (2014), Blood, 123, 2008 - 2016 Recent publications Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in Africa - a systematic review and meta-analysis Journal article Mogire R. et al, (2019), The Lancet Global Health Observational study: 27 years of severe malaria surveillance in Kilifi, Kenya. Journal article Njuguna P. et al, (2019), BMC Med, 17 The ferroportin Q248H mutation protects from anemia, but not malaria or bacteremia Journal article ATKINSON S., (2019), Science Advances The population dynamics of haemoglobins A, A2, F and S in the context of the haemoglobinopathies HbS and α+thalassaemia in Kenyan infants. Journal article Macharia AW. et al, (2018), Haematologica How Eliminating Malaria May Also Prevent Iron Deficiency in African Children Journal article ATKINSON SH., (2018), Pharmaceuticals Iron status and associated malaria risk among African children Journal article ATKINSON SH. et al, (2018), Clinical Infectious Diseases Ironing out sex differences in tuberculosis prevalence Journal article Atkinson S. and Yates TA., (2017), International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Malaria and Age Variably but Critically Control Hepcidin Throughout Childhood in Kenya. Journal article Atkinson SH. et al, (2015), EBioMedicine, 2, 1478 - 1486 More publications © 2019 University of Oxford, Department of Paediatrics, Level 2, Children's Hospital, John Radcliffe, Headington, Oxford, OX3 9DU Freedom of Information Privacy Policy Copyright Statement Accessibility Statement


Enlaces
1 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/@@enable-cookies?came_from=https://www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/team/sarah-atkinson
2 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/cookies
3 #site-content
4 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk
5 www.ox.ac.uk
6 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/sitemap
7 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/accessibility
8 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/cookies
9 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/about/contact-us
10 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/Shibboleth.sso/Login?target=https://www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/shibboleth_loggedin?came_from=https://www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/team/sarah-atkinson
11 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk
12 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/about
13 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/news
14 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/upcoming-events
15 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/research
16 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications
17 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/study
18 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/work-with-us
19 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/team
20 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk
21 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/team
22 mailto:sarah.atkinson@paediatrics.ox.ac.uk
23 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/687473/modal
24 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/541743/modal
25 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/451025/modal
26 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/465041/modal
27 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/447811/modal
28 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/1063265/modal
29 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/1016574/modal
30 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/1024387/modal
31 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/949030/modal
32 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/923166/modal
33 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/920034/modal
34 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/687473/modal
35 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications/541743/modal
36 www.paediatrics.ox.ac.uk/publications?author=sarah-atkinson
37 www.medsci.ox.ac.uk
38 www.admin.ox.ac.uk/foi
39 www.admin.ox.ac.uk/dataprotection/privacypolicy
40 www.ox.ac.uk/copyright
41 www.ox.ac.uk/accessibility
42 http://fry-it.com/haiku



Otras páginas de analisis SEO :   Woorank en español - Pages Inventory SEO tool - Seo book - Seo Site Checkup


Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional ¡CSS Válido!