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Natasha Owen

Research Assistant

Gonococcal Vaccine Project

Natasha graduated with a BSc in Virology and Immunology form the University of Bristol in 2018.

After graduating she spent six months working in the Virology department at Public Health England at Southmead Hospital where she was responsible for testing flu samples.

In 2019 she began working at the University of Bristol as a Research Technician in the Oral Microbiology Research Group at Bristol Dental School.

 Here she developed a wide range of molecular and microbiology skills. As well as managing the laboratory she worked on the interactions between Candida albicans and Group B Streptococci in mixed species biofilms. She has experience in microbial and mammalian cell culture.
She joined the Gonococcal vaccine project group in May 2021 as a Research Assistant.