Sarah is an Assistant Professor studying how antibodies can protect us from different virus infections. This research is valuable for identifying correlates of protection and for developing new approaches to vaccination. Sarah is particularly interested in how some antibodies can work inside cells, and her recent work has focused on the molecular biology of rotaviruses and enveloped viruses.
Sarah is currently based at the Baker Institute for Animal Health, Cornell University in New York State. Prior to this, Sarah completed post-doctoral training at the MRC-Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK. Sarah also holds a Diploma from the American College of Veterinary Microbiology.