Dr Tom Mules is a physician specialising in gastroenterology and hepatology, and lecturer at the University of Otago School of Medicine. His research interests include the role of intestinal barrier dysfunction in disease, hookworm therapy, Helicobacter pylori and the psychosocial impact of inflammatory bowel disease.
Dr Mules is part of the Hookworm therapy programme in the Le Gros Laboratory.
Could a dose of worms be the answer to treating incurable autoimmune diseases?
14 November 2021
HRC fellowship for research into effect of hookworm infection on intestinal barrier function
12 November 2021
Hookworms to heal - RNZ
6 May 2021
Gut health - new frontiers in immunology
3 May 2021
Hookworm therapy study expands to treat allergic inflammatory diseases
7 September 2020