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Sara Danielli

Postdoctoral Researcher

I am a postdoc researcher in Jelena Bezbradica Mirkovic lab where I study the way in which the innate immune system can sense environmental signals and initiate the appropriate inflammatory response.

I have previously worked in the lab of Prof. Katja Simon at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine where I looked at the role of autophagy in neutrophil differentiation and in Prof Julian Knight and Dr Benjamin Fairfax at the Wellcome Trust Centre of Human Genetics, where I worked on cancer immunology.

During my DPhil in Jelena Bezbradica Mirkovic lab, I investigated the role of CALHM6 a tetraspanin membrane protein in the response to bacterial infection, and in particular in the immunological synapse.