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Sandra E. Chaudron

Postdoctoral Associate Researcher

Sandra has a BSc, a MSc and an Engineering degrees in Life Sciences and Techology from the Ecole Polytechnique Féderale de Lausanne. She then obtained her Ph.D from the University of Zürich, characterising HIV-1 Superinfection in the Swiss HIV Cohort Study.

Sandra is now a postdoctoral associate researcher in the Bonsall and Fraser groups at the University of Oxford. She is currently contributing with my computational skills and wet lab molecular biology experience to the research and development of the AMPHEUS platform which aims to develop an integrated platform for HIV diagnostics and surveillance in developing countries, that will first be deployed in Zambia.

Sandra is originally from the Ivory Coast and has always been concerned about the impact of infectious diseases on disadvantaged populations, so her interest is in bridging the worlds of computational science, molecular epidemiology and public health, to help bring solutions to these populations, and developing countries.

Bonsall Group 

Fraser Group