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Mark Davis: Tetramers and human immunology

Professor Mark Davis talks about his research on T cell receptors and his early tetramer collaboration with Oxford. These tetramers did overcome the very low affinity but high specificity of T cell receptors. Professor Davis stresses the importance of working not only on laboratory models, but on human samples.

Sarah Rowland-Jones: African adventures

Professor Sarah Rowland-Jones talks about her research on HIV, first in Oxford then in Africa, in Kenya and in The Gambia.

Dan Barouch : Novel HIV vaccine strategies

Professor Dan Barouch tells us about his time in Oxford, as a DPhil student in Professor Andrew McMichael's lab. He also comments on how we do as a field trying to develop HIV vaccines - overall not great since we don't have a vaccine yet, and we have tested only 3 conceps over the last 30 years.

Translational Medicine

From Bench to Bedside

Ultimately, medical research must translate into improved treatments for patients. At the Nuffield Department of Medicine, our researchers collaborate to develop better health care, improved quality of life, and enhanced preventative measures for all patients. Our findings in the laboratory are translated into changes in clinical practice, from bench to bedside.