Dr Erol Gaillard

Clinical Senior Lecturer

Contact details

Office: 523, RKCSB, Leicester Royal Infirmary

Telephone: (+44) (0)116 252 3261

Email: eag15@le.ac.uk

Publications

Last 10 years only

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2000 - 2005

2010

Gaillard EA, Kota P, Gentzsch M, Dokholyan NV, Stutts MJ, Tarran R. Regulation of the epithelial Na+ channel and airway surface liquid volume by serine proteases. Pflugers Arch 2010;460(1):1-17

2009

Garcia-Caballero A, Gaillard E, Watson MJ, Rasmussen JE, Donaldson SH, Stutts MJ, Tarran R. SPLUNC1 Regulates Airway Surface Liquid Volume by Protecting ENaC from Proteolytic Cleavage. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2009;106(27):11412-7

2008

2007

*Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Wallace HL, Vince G, Southern KW. Electrical potential difference across the nasal epithelium is reduced in premature infants with chronic lung disease but is not associated with lower airway inflammation. Pediatr Res 2007;61(1):77-82

2006

Eisenhut M, Wallace H, Barton P, Gaillard EA, Newland P, Diver M, Southern KW. Pulmonary edema in meningococcal septicemia associated with reduced epithelial chloride transport. Pediatr Crit Care Med 2006;7(2):119-24

2000 - 2005

Eisenhut M, Wallace H, Barton P, Gaillard E, Newland P, Southern KW. Chloride channel dysfunction associated with pulmonary oedema in meningococcal septicaemia. Curr Paediatr 2005;15(2):190-1

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Subhedar NV, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Nasal potential difference increases with gestation in moderately preterm neonates on the first postnatal day. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2005;90(2):F172-3

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Vince G, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Absorptive airway ion transport is not associated with lung inflammation in very preterm infants. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2005;171:A297

Bissaker S, Hindley C, Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ. The effect of pre-transfer advice, stabilization and transport on respiratory status of infants being transported with respiratory distress syndrome. J Neonatal Nurs 2004;10:96-8

Gaillard EA, Carty H, Southern KW. The persistently abnormal chest radiograph in children. Curr Paediatr 2004;14(4):313-28

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Reduced airway ion transport in extremely preterm infants who develop chronic lung disease of prematurity. Pediatr Res 2004;55:2554

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ. Chronic lung disease in infancy following prematurity. Hosp Med 2003;64(11):640-3

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Subhedar NV, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Airway ion transport on the first postnatal day in infants delivered vaginally or by elective cesarean section. Pediatr Res 2003;54(1):58-63

Gaillard EA, Carty H, Heaf D, Smyth RL. Reversible bronchial dilatation in children: comparison of serial HRCT scans of the lungs. Eur J Radiol 2003;47(3):215-20

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Subhedar NV, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Airway ion transport on the first postnatal day in term infants delivered vaginally or by elective cesarean section. Pediatr Res 2003;54:794

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Subhedar NV, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Employing the nasal potential difference as a diagnostic test for cystic fibrosis in neonates: Potential pitfalls. J Cystic Fibrosis 2002;141(2):295-6

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Subhedar NV, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Increased sodium absorption across the nasal epithelium of ventilated moderately preterm infants on the first day of postnatal life. Pediatr Res 2002;52(6):814

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Subhedar NV, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Employing the nasal potential difference as a diagnostic test for cystic fibrosis in neonates: Potential pitfalls. J Pediatr 2002;141(2):295-6

Gaillard EA, Shaw NJ, Subhedar NV, Wallace HL, Southern KW. Airway ion transport in the moderately preterm neonate. Thorax 2001 (suppl);56:S71

Gaillard EA, Cooke RWI, Shaw NJ. Improved survival and neurodevelopmental outcome following prolonged ventilation in preterm neonates who have received surfactant. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2001;84(3):F194-6

Gaillard EA, Cooke WRI, Shaw NJ. Mortality in preterm neonates following prolonged ventilation. Eur Respir J 2000;16:303s

Research

Active research interests in airway epithelial cell biology, especially in the role and regulation of epithelial ion channels (like the epithelial Na+ channel) and their impact on mucociliary clearance and mucus production in conditions like asthma, cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

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Contact Details

Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation,
Maurice Shock Medical Sciences Building,
University Road,
Leicester, LE1 9HN, UK

Head of Department: Professor Mike Barer

PA: Alison Brown

General enquiries

T:+44 (0)116 252 2951