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HIV Latency Reversing Agents
The biggest hurdle in curing HIV infection in an individual is that the virus remains dormant in some populations of cells, hiding from the immune system and the cocktail of antiviral drugs.
Combined Influenza-AIDS Vaccines
Influenza and HIV are both serious global pathogens. Can a single vaccine be designed to cover both viruses?
Modulation of type 1 diabetes development by rotavirus infection
The Coulson lab group has linked rotavirus infection in children at risk of type 1 diabetes with faster diabetes development.
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Meet Associate Professor Barbara Coulson. She is a world-leader in rotavirus research also looks at how virus infection may accelerate the development of type 1 diabetes.
Meet Professor Andrew Brooks. He is an immunologist interested in immune recognition strategies, in particular how immune cells discriminate healthy cells from those infected with viruses or tumours.