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10 Feb 2016 - Professor Sarah Rowland-Jones, University of Oxford

HIV and children in Africa by Sarah Rowland-Jones

Immunity to HIV infection

Prof. Sarah Rowland-Jones' work mainly focuses on anti-viral immunity, and in particular how immune responses modify the outcome of HIV infection. Her research aims to contribute to the design of vaccines and immunotherapies against HIV infection, including HIV-2 infection, in developing countries where an effective vaccine is desperately needed.

Watch Sarah Rowland-Jones interview on HIV and children in Africa