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Divya Sinha

MSc Student

I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the School of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Jamia Hamdard in Delhi, India. During this time, I was involved in several internships where I learned more about parenteral preparations, pharmaceutical formulations and optimal drug delivery systems. I then joined the Erasmus Masters in Leading International Vaccinology Education (LIVE), a two-year programme in Vaccinology, with a mobility track across three European sites. The first training placement was in  Barcelona, Spain, where I learned about immunology and immunopathology. This was followed by Antwerp, Belgium, where we divulged into topics such as Infectious and tropical diseases, and finally Lyon, France, where the semester was focused on vaccine formulation and manufacturing, and vaccine communications including public health. During this time, I had the opportunity to attend on-site lectures at companies such as GSK and Sanofi Pasteur along with Vaccine Formulation Institute (VFI) laboratories in Switzerland. As part of my final Master’s thesis, I have joined the Vaccine Formulation and Adjuvants Group led by Dr Anita Milicic at the Jenner Institute, Oxford, to research innate-adaptive immune interactions using adjuvanted vaccines in mouse models.