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Adam Berg

Research Scientist

After I graduated with a MBioSci from the University of Sheffield I first worked in the Department of Physiology Anatomy and Genetics (DPAG) for four years working on Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

I joined the Jenner institute in 2019 under Sandy Douglas initially as a Research Assistant and have since progressed to a Research Scientist. Over my time at the institute I have worked on a wide range of projects including vaccine thermostability, lyophilisation, rabies viral glycoprotein molecular structure, the manufacturing process for the Jenner’s COVID-19 vaccine and most recently process development for the groups EBV vaccine work. 

In addition to my research role I also act as the deputy laboratory manager for the Jenner institute providing training and guidance to other scientists and helping with the day to day running of the laboratories.