Professor Julian Hopkin
Telephone: (01792) 295149
Room: Academic Office - 225
Second Floor
Institute of Life Science 1
Singleton Campus


  1. Coding SNP in tenascin-C Fn-III-D domain associates with adult asthma. Human Molecular Genetics 14(19), 2779-2786.
  2. & Genetic haplotypes of Th-2 immune signalling link allergy to enhanced protection to parasitic worms. Human Molecular Genetics 16(15), 1828-1836.
  3. & Upregulation of IL-13 concentration in vivo by the IL13 variant associated with bronchial asthma. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 109(6), 980-987.


  • PMGM16 Genomics of Common and Rare Inherited Disease

    This module will provide an introduction to the clinical presentation and manifestations of rare inherited and common diseases, and considers the patient and family perspective with respect to the role and impact of genomics. It reviews traditional and current strategies and techniques used to identify genes responsible for both common multifactorial and rare inherited diseases.


  • Metabolomics of Asthma (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Julian Hopkin
    Other supervisor: Prof Gwyneth Davies