Postdoctoral Antibody Immunologist
My research mainly focusses on the isolation of human monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against RH5, a protein expressed by the malaria-causing parasite Plasmodium falciparum which mediates recognition of target red blood cells.
We have set up a high-throughput protocol that allows the isolation of tens of human mAbs against desired antigens, from blood sample to purified product, in a matter of weeks. We are currently working to optimise this protocol for isolation of murine antibodies too.
We are expanding our collaboration network to clone antibodies against a variety of antigens for treatment, research and diagnostic purposes. Collaborations are welcome.