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Research groups

Helen Brown

Research Assistant

After obtaining my degree in Cell and Molecular Biology I started work as a Research Assistant at the Welcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics in Oxford. The group were investigating which genes are involved in depression and anxiety.

I then moved to the Peter Medawar Building for Pathogenic Research to work on the immunologic responses of HIV.  I am currently involved in the RIVER trial where we are trying to understand how to achieve a functional cure for HIV using the ‘Kick and Kill’ approach to reduce/eradicate the HIV reservoir.