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Amelia Lias

Research Assistant - Parasitology & Clinical Trials

I am a Research Assistant working in the blood-stage malaria vaccine group lead by Professor Simon Draper.

Within the preclinical research carried out by the group, my work focusses on assessing the efficacy of blood-stage malaria vaccine candidates. I also work on the blood-stage malaria vaccine clinical trials, where my role is to assist with sample processing.

Prior to joining the group, I completed my undergraduate degree in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry at the University of Oxford. I undertook my Masters project in Claire Edwards’ lab at the Botnar research centre, where my project was to investigate the role of microRNAs in prostate cancer metastasis.