Joy Leng

Dr Joy Leng


Research Fellow
PhD, MSc, BSc
+44 (0)1483 682319
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Academic and research departments

School of Veterinary Medicine.

Biography

Areas of specialism

Veterinary microbiology

My qualifications

2015
PhD
University of Reading
2011
MSc Advanced Sciences
University of Liverpool
2010
BSc Biology
University of Manchester

Research

Research interests

My publications

Publications

Gilroy, R., Leng, J., Ravi, A., Adriaenssens, E., Oren A., Baker, D., La Ragione, R., Proudman, C., (2021). Metagenomic investigation of the equine faecal microbiome reveals extensive taxonomic and functional diversity
Leng, J., McNally, S., Walton, G., Swann, J., Proudman, C., Argo, C., Emery, S., Ragione, R., Eustace, R. (2021). Hay vs. haylage; forage type influences the equine urinary metabonome and faecal microbiota
Chrzastek, K., Leng, J., Zakaria, M. K., Bialy, D., La Ragione, R., Shelton, H. (2021). Low pathogenic avian influenza virus infection retards colon microbiome diversification in two different chicken lines
Daniels, S., Leng, J., Swann, J., Proudman. C. (2020). Bugs and drugs: a systems biology approach to characterising the effect of moxidectin on the horse’s faecal microbiome
Leng, J., Proudman, C., Blow, F., Darby, A., Swann, J. (2020). “Bowel on the Bench”: Proof of Concept of a Three-Stage, In Vitro Fermentation Model of the Equine Large Intestine
Leng, J., Proudman, C., Darby, A., Blow, F., Townsend, N., Miller, A., Swann, J. (2018). Exploration of the fecal microbiota and biomarker discovery in equine grass sickness.
Mayneris-perxachs, J., Bolick, D., Leng. J., Medlock, G., Kolling, G., Papin, J., Swann, J., Guerrant. R. (2016). Protein- and Zinc-deficient doets modulate the murine microbiome and metabolic phenotype.
Escalona, E., Leng, J., Dona, A., Merrifield, C., Holmes, E., Proudman, C., Swann, J. (2015). Dominant components of the Thoroughbred metabolome characterised by 1H-NMR spectroscopy: A metabolite atlas of common biofluid.