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The Science in Progress (SIP) talks are informal research presentations by graduate students, postdocs, or early career researchers to the Oxford immunology community. The SIP talks will take place once every two months and all are welcome to attend.

*** Graduate students, postdocs, and faculty who wish to give presentations please contact Adriana Tomic ***

SIP talks 2022

June 29th, 2022

    Fran Donnellan (Department of Biochemistry): “Generation and characterisation of synergistic broadly neutralising Ebolavirus Glycoprotein monoclonal antibodies”

    Isabela Pedroza-Pacheco (Nuffield Department of Medicine): “Understanding the immunological environment associated with development of bnAbs in HIV-1 infection to inform vaccine design”

     

     

    April 27th, 2022

    Megan Teh (MRC Human Immunology Unit): “Characterisation of T-cell biochemistry during cellular iron restriction”

    Andrew Kwok (Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics): “A neutrophil atlas in sepsis”

     

    February 23rd, 2022

    Dr. Stephanie Longet (Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics): 'Impact of short or long dosing intervals on humoral and cellular responses to Pfizer/BNT vaccine'

    Dr. Daniel O'Connor (Oxford Vaccine Group): 'Utilising the “-omics” toolkit to elucidate the mechanisms underlying immune responses to immunisation and infection'

     

     

    Previous talks

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    September 3rd, 2020 talks:

    Dr. Nick Provine: 'MAIT cell activation augments adenovirus vector vaccine immunogenicity’

    Dr. Emma Mead: 'Targeting Neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s Disease’

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    November 5th, 2020 talks:

    Dr. Margarida Rei: 'Enhancing tumour-specific T cell specific responses against glioblastoma'

    Dr. Dominik Aschenbrenner: 'Deconvolution of monocyte responses in inflammatory bowel disease reveals an IL-1 cytokine network that regulates IL-23 in genetic and acquired IL-10 resistance'

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    January 21st, 2021 talks:

    Ms Lu Li Jovanoska (Dunn School): Innate and adaptive immune modulation by oxidative stress post-translational modifications

    Dr. Melanie Dunstan (WTCHG/TGU): Single Cell Profiling of Blood and Gut Cells in Patients with Coeliac Disease and Coeliac Disease + Type 1 Diabetes