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Lecturer in Immunology, University of Essex

I am interested in understanding the mechanisms that regulate immune function. My research is particularly focused on the identification of novel biological processes involving T and B cells in establishing immune homeostasis. Immune homeostasis is an intricately controlled phenomenon of the immune system allowing a “healthy and stable” relationship with the other cells and organs of the body. Loss of this homeostasis can cause serious immune problems and diseases such as cancer, type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis. 


  • 2018–2020
    Lecturer, University of Essex