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Duncan Bellamy

Laboratory Research Assistant & DPhil Student

Having graduated with a BSc. Hons Medical Sciences from the University of Edinburgh, I developed an interest in infectious diseases during an internship at the Ifakara Health Institute in Tanzania. I went on to complete a Masters in the Control of Infectious Diseases at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

I have worked as a Research Assistant for the Jenner Institute for 2 and a half years working on Malaria and Outbreak Pathogen Vaccine Trials. In September 2019 I began a DPhil at the University of Oxford in Malaria Vaccinology identifying correlates of protection in Pre-Erythrocytic malaria vaccines.

During 2020, I have been heavily involved in Oxford University COVID vaccine trial, where I was part of the large immunology team looking at a variety of T-cell immune repsonses to SARS spike protein after vaccination.