March 2022 - Professor Gavins talks to the Guardian about the effects of air pollution exposure and immune-mediated diseases
May 2021 - Open lecture. Brunel University London
Inflammation is one way your body fights infection, injury, and disease. However, what happens when things go wrong? In this Open Lecture Professor Felicity Gavins discusses the ‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ sides of our immune system and inflammation and how, although inflammation is a good thing, playing a central role in healing, it too can have a more sinister side, becoming dysregulated and potentially leading to diseases such as heart disease, stroke, cancer and dementia (including Alzheimer’s disease).
January 2021 - Research coverage on the magazine RT: For Decision Makers in Respiratory Care
January 2021 - Sickle cell target could treat Covid
September 2019 - The Royal Society interviews Professor Gavins about her research and awarded Royal Society and Wolfson Fellowship
July 2017, LSU Health Shreveport News
April 2015 - Elsevier SciTech Connect