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Anna McNaughton

Senior Postdoctoral Scientist-RADAR

I have a decade of experience working on viral hepatitis and HIV, with research interests centred around understanding how different viruses spread and cause disease, both at the viral level and at larger population scales. My research combines multiple interests in genomics, epidemiology, immunology and public health, and I am interested in multi-disciplinary approaches to global health issues. I have previously held postdoctoral positions at the University of Oxford and the University of Bristol and I have collaborated widely during these roles on projects in South Africa, Uganda, Europe, and Myanmar.

At the Pandemic Sciences Institute I am working on the RADAR project – aiming to develop research and data resources that can aid the rapid identification of key gaps impacting the development of vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics for priority, high-threat pathogens.

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