Professor Teresa Lambe

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Address: The Jenner Institute, Old Road Campus Research Building
Roosevelt Drive, Oxford, OX3 7DQ
Tel: +44 (0)1865 617621
Email: teresa.lambe@ndm.ox.ac.uk
Principal areas of research: Influenza therapeutic vaccines, immune memory

Research

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).  

Research Link

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Select Publications

1.            Tully, C.M., S. Chinnakannan, C.E. Mullarkey, M. Ulaszewska, F. Ferrara, N. Temperton, S.C. Gilbert and T. Lambe, Novel Bivalent Viral-Vectored Vaccines Induce Potent Humoral and Cellular Immune Responses Conferring Protection against Stringent Influenza A Virus Challenge. J Immunol 2017. 199(4): p. 1333-1341.

2.            Tully, C.M., T. Lambe, S.C. Gilbert, and A.V. Hill, Emergency Ebola response: a new approach to the rapid design and development of vaccines against emerging diseases. Lancet Infect Dis, 2015. 15(3): p. 356-9.

3.            Antrobus, R.D., L. Coughlan, T.K. Berthoud, M.D. Dicks, A.V. Hill, T. Lambe, and S.C. Gilbert, Clinical assessment of a novel recombinant simian adenovirus ChAdOx1 as a vectored vaccine expressing conserved Influenza A antigens. Molecular therapy, 2014. 22(3): p. 668-74.

4.            Mullarkey, C.E., A. Boyd, A. van Laarhoven, E.A. Lefevre, B. Veronica Carr, M. Baratelli, E. Molesti, N.J. Temperton, C. Butter, B. Charleston, T. Lambe, and S.C. Gilbert, Improved adjuvanting of seasonal influenza vaccines: preclinical studies of MVA-NP+M1 coadministration with inactivated influenza vaccine. Eur J Immunol, 2013. 43(7): p. 1940-52.

5.            Lambe, T., J.B. Carey, Y. Li, A.J. Spencer, A. van Laarhoven, C.E. Mullarkey, A. Vrdoljak, A.C. Moore, and S.C. Gilbert, Immunity against heterosubtypic influenza virus induced by adenovirus and MVA expressing nucleoprotein and matrix protein-1. Scientific reports, 2013. 3: p. 1443.

6.            Lambe, T., Novel viral vectored vaccines for the prevention of influenza. Molecular medicine, 2012. 18: p. 1153-60.

7.            Wegmann, F., K.H. Gartlan, A.M. Harandi, S.A. Brinckmann, M. Coccia, W.R. Hillson, W.L. Kok, S. Cole, L.P. Ho, T. Lambe, M. Puthia, C. Svanborg, E.M. Scherer, G. Krashias, A. Williams, J.N. Blattman, P.D. Greenberg, R.A. Flavell, A.E. Moghaddam, N.C. Sheppard, and Q.J. Sattentau, Polyethyleneimine is a potent mucosal adjuvant for viral glycoprotein antigens. Nat Biotechnol, 2012. 30(9): p. 883-8.

8.            Lillie, P.J., T.K. Berthoud, T.J. Powell, T. Lambe, C. Mullarkey, A.J. Spencer, M. Hamill, Y. Peng, M.E. Blais, C.J. Duncan, S.H. Sheehy, T. Havelock, S.N. Faust, R.L. Williams, A. Gilbert, J. Oxford, T. Dong, A.V. Hill, and S.C. Gilbert, Preliminary assessment of the efficacy of a T-cell-based influenza vaccine, MVA-NP+M1, in humans. Clin Infect Dis, 2012. 55(1): p. 19-25.

9.            Lambe, T., A.J. Spencer, C.E. Mullarkey, R.D. Antrobus, L.M. Yu, P. de Whalley, B.A. Thompson, C. Jones, J. Chalk, S. Kerridge, A.V. Hill, M.D. Snape, A.J. Pollard, and S.C. Gilbert, T-cell responses in children to internal influenza antigens, 1 year after immunization with pandemic H1N1 influenza vaccine, and response to revaccination with seasonal trivalent-inactivated influenza vaccine. Pediatr Infect Dis J, 2012. 31(6): p. e86-91.

10.         Antrobus, R.D., P.J. Lillie, T.K. Berthoud, A.J. Spencer, J.E. McLaren, K. Ladell, T. Lambe, A. Milicic, D.A. Price, A.V. Hill, and S.C. Gilbert, A T cell-inducing influenza vaccine for the elderly: safety and immunogenicity of MVA-NP+M1 in adults aged over 50 years. PLoS One, 2012. 7(10): p. e48322.

11.         Berthoud, T.K., M. Hamill, P.J. Lillie, L. Hwenda, K.A. Collins, K.J. Ewer, A. Milicic, H.C. Poyntz, T. Lambe, H.A. Fletcher, A.V. Hill, and S.C. Gilbert, Potent CD8+ T-cell immunogenicity in humans of a novel heterosubtypic influenza A vaccine, MVA-NP+M1. Clin Infect Dis, 2011. 52(1): p. 1-7.

12.       Lambe, T., G. Crawford, A.L. Johnson, T.L. Crockford, T. Bouriez-Jones, A.M. Smyth, T.H. Pham, Q. Zhang, A.F. Freeman, J.G. Cyster, H.C. Su, and R.J. Cornall, DOCK8 is essential for T-cell survival and the maintenance of CD8+ T-cell memory. Eur J Immunol, 2011. 41(12): p. 3423-35.   

13.        Randall, K.L.*, T. Lambe*, A.L. Johnson, B. Treanor, E. Kucharska, H. Domaschenz, B. Whittle, L.E. Tze, A. Enders, T.L. Crockford, T. Bouriez-Jones, D. Alston, J.G. Cyster, M.J. Lenardo, F. Mackay, E.K. Deenick, S.G. Tangye, T.D. Chan, T. Camidge, R. Brink, C.G. Vinuesa, F.D. Batista, R.J. Cornall, and C.C. Goodnow, Dock8 mutations cripple B cell immunological synapses, germinal centers and long-lived antibody production. Nat Immunol, 2009. 10(12): p. 1283-91. *Joint First Authors