Teresa Lambe | Associate Professor
University of Oxford | United Kingdom

Teresa Lambe, Associate Professor, University of Oxford

Prof. Lambe’s research interest lies in the development of efficacious vaccines, principally toward influenza and outbreak pathogens, with a particular focus on CCHFV, Nipah virus, and filoviruses. Prof. Lambe has extensive knowledge in the assessment of naturally acquired and post-vaccination immune responses. Her previous works, delineating the establishment and maintenance of adaptive immune memory, have been rationally applied to augment and improve vaccine development. Her research team is currently focused on developing vaccines against viral haemorrhagic fevers and Nipah virus. Prof. Lambe also actively contributes to and collaborates with other Jenner Institute investigators on programs for Lassa fever virus and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).  

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Oct 29th Day 1 @ 16:30

Overview of the Ebola vaccine results from the 2013 – 2016 outbreak, the requirement for improvements in the field

last published: 19/Sep/19 13:06 GMT

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