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Wing Lam

Research Assistant

Gonococcal Vaccine Project

She holds a BSc degree in Microbiology from the University of Nottingham.

For her undergraduate research project, she executed an in vivo assay for monitoring the Sortase A activity responsible for mediated the cell wall anchoring activity for various virulence factors in live Staphylococcus aureus cells using bioluminescence. 

After graduation in 2019, Wing then worked in industry for Johnson & Johnson as a Microbiology Technician where she gained industrial microbiology experience.

In May 2021, she joined the Gonococcal Vaccine Project as a Research Assistant.