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An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge
 
Principal Investigator, MRC Career Development Award
Department of Veterinary Medicine
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like pathways in malaria and other parasites
Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering
Postdoctoral Fellow, Parasites and Microbes Programme, Wellcome Sanger Institute
Molecular Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Phylogenetics, Phylodynamics, Molecular/Genomic Epidemiology, Genomic Surveillance. Sexually Transmitted Infections, Neglected Tropical Diseases, Global Health.
Professor Stephen  Bentley
Wellcome Sanger Institute
Genomics of bacterial pathogenesis with a particular focus on pneumonia and meningitis
Dr Andrew  Blagborough
Department of Pathology
Characterization of malarial transmission and the design of anti-parasitic transmission-blocking interventions
PhD Student at the Department of Biochemistry
Biofilm regulation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Dr Alex  Borodavka
Department of Biochemistry
Molecular mechanisms underpinning RNA-controlled self-assembly of multi-segmented viral genomes.
Viral genome packaging, virus assembly, biomolecular condensates, RNA dynamics and RNA chaperones, rotaviruses.
Dr Katherine  Brown
Department of Physics
Development of Therapeutics for Bacterial Infectious Diseases, including Traumatic Injury Infection and Biothreat Agents
Dr Josie   Bryant
Henry Wellcome postdoctoral fellow, Department of Medicine
Within host evolution of cystic fibrosis pathogens
Dr Raymond  Bujdoso
Department of Veterinary Medicine
Senior Lecturer in Molecular Immunology
Prion diseases
Dr. Javier  Castillo-Olivares
BVetSc, MSc, PhD, MRCVS
Immune Correlates of Protection
Project Coordinator - Human Correlates of Protection of COVID-19 (HICC)
Dr Adrian   Cazares
ESPOD Research Fellow, EMBL-EBI & Sanger Institute
Junior Research Fellow, Wolfson College
Bacterial mobilome and pathogens evolution
Research Assistant at Cambridge Institute for Medical Research (CIMR)
Host-pathogen cell biology of obligate intracellular bacteria
Dr Daniela  De Angelis
Programme leader
Statistical methods in epidemic modelling
Dr Stephen  Kevin Dolan
Herchel Smith Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Biochemistry
Molecular mechanisms that govern interkingdom interactions during polymicrobial infection
Dr Robert  Doubleday
Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP)
Strengthening the contribution academic research can make to improving public policy.
Dr Richard  Dybowski
Senior Research Associate (Mathematical & Computational Biology), Department of Chemistry
AI Researcher & Mathematical Modeller
+44 1223 339381
Dr Michaela  Fakiola
Understanding the role of HLA-DRB1 molecules in driving the host immune responses against Leishmania parasites
 Wendy  Figueroa Chavez
PhD candidate
Studying the impact of global transcriptional factors on the regulation of bacterial virulence and antimicrobial resistance.
Professor Ian  Goodfellow
Department of Pathology
Virus-host interactions, with particular emphasis on noroviruses.
Dr Andrew James Grant
Department of Veterinary Medicine
Host-pathogen interactions and the molecular basis of virulence.
Postdoctoral fellow (Marie Currie Sklodowska Action)
Bacterial genomics and evolution group, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
Professor at Department of Pharmacology
Sheild Chair of Pharmacology
Protein Technologies for Therapeutic and Vaccine Design
 Venetia   Karamitsou
Mathematical models for the evolution of influenza that link the within- and between-host scales
Research Associate at Cambridge Institute for Medical Research
Dr Julia  Kenyon
Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Science and Associate Principal Investigator
Dr  Robert   Kingsley
Elucidation of host-Pathogen interactions of enteric bacteria using a genomic and phylogenomic approach.
 Stephen   Kissler
PhD candidate studying the population dynamics of pandemic influenza
Professor Andreas   Kontoleon
Public policy evaluation; Health economics
 Stephanie Wai-U Lo
Project Manager / Principal Bioinformatician, Wellcome Sanger Institute
Genomics, bacterial diseases, LMIC, antimicrobial resistance
Dr Eyal   Maori
Research Associate
+44 (0) 1223339040
 Monique   Merchant
Glycoprotein structural studies and phylogenetic analysis to study evolutionary virology.
Dr Yorgo   Modis
Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow
Reader in Virology and Immunology
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Professor Elizabeth  Murchison
Professor of comparative oncology and genetics
 Chisom   Okponyia
Clinical Research Associate, Eastern Region Public Health Observatory, Institute of Public Health.
A public health professional with 5 years of experience in health care services, global health, data analysis, and research.
 Morwan  Osman
TB virulence factors and drug tolerance.
Dr Virginia   Pedicord
Group Leader - Sir Henry Dale Fellow
Dr Anne   Presanis
Investigator Statistician
in the "Statistical methods in epidemic modelling" programme
MRC Biostatistics Unit
 Mark  Reacher
Faculty of Clinical Medicine
HPA East of England Regional Epidemiology Unit
Institute of Public Health
Public Health Surveillance,Cryptosporidium, Chlamydia,trachoma, Norovirus, Health Care Associated Infections.
 Adam  Reid
Senior Staff Scientist, at Wellcome Sanger Institute
Host-parasite interactions in parasites such as malaria and whipworm using nextgen sequencing and informatics
 Stephanie   Reikine
I am using biophysical tools to understand the properties that underlie TLR9 activation by ssDNA from pathogens.
Dr Olivier  Restif
Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology
Fellow of Robinson College
 Gabriel   Rinaldi
Senior Staff Scientist, at Wellcome Sanger Institute
Development of functional genomic approaches for the blood flukes schistosomes, and the study of helminth-associated neoplasms
Dr.  Manjinder  Sandhu
Population based, public health and genetic epidemiology studies of chronic infectious and non-infectious diseases.
 Shabih  Shakeel
Postdoctoral Scientist, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
I am a structural virologist. In past I worked on Picornaviruses structure and assembly. Currently working on E3 ligases.
Dr Rachel  Sippy
Research Associate, Department of Genetics
The study of the long-term evolution of dengue virus and the drivers of dengue transmission processes.
 AJ  teVelthuis
Department of Pathology
How viral RNA polymerases work and contribute to RNA virus pathogenicity.
Professor of Viral Immunology, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research
I use cutting-edge proteomics to identify and characterise novel aspects of innate antiviral immunity.
01223 767811
Dr Eiko   Yoneki
Digital Epidemiology: Modelling of Epidemic Spread using Human Mobility Data from Sensors and Mobile-Phones
01223763743
PhD Student at CITIID – Department of Medicine