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Eloise Nee

DPhil Student


I am a DPhil Student working with Mark Coles, Anita Milicic and Calliope Dendrou primarily based at the Kennedy institute of Rheumatology.  My undergraduate degree was in Natural sciences in UCL where I worked on the role of fatty acid membranes in the origin of life.


My research interests include early inflammatory responses driven by vaccine adjuvants in murine models, single cell RNA sequencing analysis and the conservation or divergence of inflammatory responses across species. I aim to develop a deeper understanding of the mechanisms driving the response to highly protective vaccine adjuvants