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Dr Linda Klavinskis

Research Students and Staff

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  1. Lauren O'Neill First/primary/lead supervisor

    Infectious Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Investigation of Ebola Virus virions on myeloid cell function and gene expression

    1/10/20151/10/2020

  2. Adrian Shields

    Inflammation Biology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Gene therapyfor rheumatoid arthritis: studies using stress protein binding immunoglobulin protein (BiP)

    1/09/20061/06/2010

  3. Oliver Gordon

    Infectious Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Immunomodulatory Role of Extracellular Cytoskeletal Proteins

    30/06/20161/03/2019

  4. Cristina Sanchez-Blanco

    Inflammation Biology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Studies of the protein tyrosine phosphatase PTPN22/Lyp in Ptpn22 deficient mice

    1/10/20101/05/2015

  5. Vuk Cerovic First/primary/lead supervisor

    Infectious Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Activation of intestinal dendritic cells by innate immune stimuli

    2/09/20021/02/2008

  6. Haytham El-Doueik First/primary/lead supervisor

    Infectious Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Characterisation of the immune response elicited by a modified Adenoviral vaccine vector

    1/10/20041/05/2009

  7. Kristine Vaivode

    Peter Gorer Department of Immunobiology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Identification of human type 3 dendritic cell

    1/10/201730/09/2021

  8. Tinne Amalie Nissen First/primary/lead supervisor

    Basic and Clinical Neuroscience

    Master of Philosophy

    The neurobiological impact of inflammation: how neural stem cells switch fate to communicate with immune cells

    1/10/2021 → …

  9. Tinne Amalie Nissen

    Basic and Clinical Neuroscience

    Master of Philosophy

    The neurobiological impact of inflammation: how neural stem cells switch fate to communicate with immune cells

    1/10/2021 → …

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