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Alex Mehta
Dr Hamza Qureshi
Dr Peter Avery
Professor David Steel
Phenotype and outcomes of phakic versus pseudophakic primary rhegmatogenous retinal detachments: cataract or cataract surgery related?2020
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Quentin Clairon
Professor Robin Henderson
Robust and adaptive anticoagulant control2020
Paul Jackson
Abozar Nasirahmadi
Dr Jonathan Guy
Professor Steve Bull
Dr Peter Avery
et al.
Using CFD modelling to relate pig lying locations to environmental variability in finishing pens2020
Dr Anthony Watson
Dr Dave Houghton
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Kirsten Brandt
et al.
Changes in stool frequency following chicory inulin consumption, and effects on stool consistency, quality of life and composition of gut microbiota2019
Emma Kampouraki
Dr Hilary Wynne
Dr Peter Avery
Professor Farhad Kamali
Validation of an algorithm to predict decline in INR following warfarin cessation in patients undergoing invasive procedures2019
Dr Salah Abohelaika
Dr Hilary Wynne
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Emma Kampouraki
Professor Farhad Kamali
et al.
Effect of genetic and patient factors on warfarin pharmacodynamics following warfarin withdrawal: Implications for patients undergoing surgery2018
Sal Bakar
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Colin Brown
Professor Ann Daly
Professor Farhad Kamali
et al.
Genetic and Clinical Factors Are Associated With Statin-Related Myotoxicity of Moderate Severity: A Case–Control Study2018
Dr Salah Abohelaika
Dr Hilary Wynne
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Lisa Jones
Professor Farhad Kamali
et al.
Individual and monitoring centre influences upon anticoagulation control of AF patients on warfarin: a longitudinal multi-centre UK-based study2018
Dr Abigail Sharpe
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary
Reproductive outcome following pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) in the UK2018
Dr Teresa Sandinha
Dr Nimantha de Alwis
Dr Peter Avery
Professor David Steel
Response to 'About bariatric surgery and diabetic retinopathy; The debate continues'2018
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