CIIE Fellowships

CIIE Junior Fellowships fulfil a unique role in pursuing research projects designed between two complementary laboratories aimed at providing innovation and new insight into major questions in infection, immunity and evolution. CIIE Junior Fellows work between two Principal Investigators one of whom is primarily responsible for providing mentorship as well as research space and facilities required for the Fellow’s project, while consumables and other running costs for the project are met by the Centre itself.

CIIE Advanced Fellowships were envisaged as opportunities for scientists ready to embark on a more independent phase of their career and who are motivated to cross existing boundaries between technologies, specialisms and disciplines. The Advanced Fellows are emerging leaders in their fields, with considerable post-doctoral experience with sufficient breadth to provide interdisciplinary support to the Centre.
The Advanced Fellows are associated with one of the CIIE Principal lnvestigator's laboratory who provides mentorship as well as research space and facilities required for the Fellow's project, while consumables and other running costs for the project are met by the Centre itself.

CIIE Advanced Fellows

Amy Buck MicroRNA function in the host-pathogen context Research details
Amy Pedersen Role of parasites in wild host populations Research details

 

CIIE Junior Fellows

Simon Babayan When host immunity benefits nematode parasites: implications for host-parasite evolution and vaccine development Research details
Nicole Mideo Mathematical modelling in malaria Research details
Seanna McTaggart Alternative splicing in the immune system dynamics of Daphnia Research details
Petra Schneider Evolution of life history strategies in response to a changing environment Research details
Vincent Staszewski Maternally acquired immunity and protection from malaria infection Research details
Michael Tildesley Mechanistic mathematical models of EHEC O157:H7 Research details
Michal Letek Polberg Systems approach to the role of bacterial multigene family proteins in host-pathogen interactions Research details

 

CIIE Translational Fellow

Paul Hunt Drug resistance evolution and malaria control Research details

 

CIIE Visiting Fellow

Damian Nota The genetic diversity of P. falciparum Isolates from Cameroon in relation to malaria severity Research details