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Biosciences Research Seminar - Mycobacterial survival strategies

Part of the Biosciences lunchtime research seminar series

A Biosciences seminar
Date13 February 2020
Time12:30 to 13:30
PlaceIAIS Building/LT2

Refreshments in LSI Foyer

Dr Suzie Hingly-Wilson, Lecturer in Bacteriology, University of Surrey. Host: Dr Stefano Pagliara. Seminar followed by shared buffet lunch.


Abstract

Dr Suzie Hingley-Wilson is a lecturer in Bacteriology within the Department of Microbial Sciences, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Surrey. Her primary research interests are bacterial persistence and survival mechanisms, particularly in Tuberculosis. Her lab conducts multidisciplinary research, much at the single cell level. Key publications include PNAS, Nature Immunology, Tuberculosis and EID. Lab outreach events include AMR interactive exhibits, including Superbugs at the Science Museum (London). https://www.surrey.ac.uk/people/suzie-hingley-wilson

Attachments
Seminar_Series_poster_130220.pdf (344K)

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