Research with Impact with Roland Pease: How can we tackle preventable diseases? by University of Bath published on 2023-02-23T16:52:33Z Episode Three: How can we tackle preventable diseases? In Episode Three of the University of Bath’s Research with Impact podcast, Roland Pease discusses preventable diseases with three of the University’s world-leading experts, whose research focuses on improving health around the world. Professor Asel Sartbaeva – based in the Department of Chemistry and Centre for Sustainable and Circular Technologies – first joined the University in the Earth Sciences Department and went on to focus on the design and synthesis of zeolites and biomolecule. Asel’s work on vaccine stability using silica aims to do away with the need for refrigeration of vaccines. Dr John Campbell – from the Department for Health – collaborates with Bath Royal United Hospital, and national and international collaborators, to investigate how exercise augments anti-cancer immunity. John is currently leading a Cancer Research UK Pioneer Award exploring the impact of exercise on blood cancer immunotherapies. Professor Harry Rutter – from the Department of Social & Policy Sciences – is a member of numerous influential research teams which work on issues affecting public health policy across the UK and beyond. A previous medical doctor, Harry founded the National Obesity Observatory and has a strong interest in promoting greater active travel. Most recently Harry has used his expertise and experiences in assessing public health responses to Covid-19. For more information on our guests and the University of Bath’s Research with Impact Podcast please visit go.bath.ac.uk/research-with-impact or follow @uniofbath.