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Jakub Kopycinski

Senior Postdoctoral Researcher

Following the completion of my PhD at UCL (T-cell responses to human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) in immune-impaired individuals), I started a post-doc with Professor Sir Andrew McMichael investigating HIV-specific T-cell responses in HIV-exposed, uninfected individuals. I subsequently worked at IAVI (Imperial College) for 8 years where I oversaw T-cell immunogenicity testing of HIV, Malaria and Ebola vaccine candidates by flow cytometry in a GCLP-accredited laboratory.  I then moved back to Oxford to work for Professor Lucy Dorrell where my research interests have evolved into therapeutic vaccine candidates, specifically for HIV and HPV.

I lecture on the HIV vaccines component of the Integrated Immunology MSc.