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An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

What I do

I have expertise in antibody and human viruses-related bio-medical research. I have been on a maternity career break, and I am currently applying for fellowships to work on the molecular mechanisms of viral infections during embryogenesis.

Research Interests:

Cellular and molecular virology, anti-viral pharmacology, antibody, stem cell and iPS, cancer, embryogenesis, congenital diseases and therapeutics.

Past projects at MRC LMB:

  • 1) Antibody labelling for targeted cell killing as an advance for current chemotherapies.

  • 2) The application of antibodies targeting cellular proteins (e.g. tau aggregation) for proteasome degradation via TRIM21, to develop new therapeutics for protein aggregation diseases (e.g. Alzheimer's).

MRC Career Development Fellow, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Not available for consultancy