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Jeremy Ratcliff

DPhil student


I am a DPhil Student in the Simmonds group supported by the Marshall Scholarship. My research uses bioinformatic and molecular approaches to investigate cellular recognition of virus infection. Specifically, I investigate the suppression of certain dinucleotides in virus genomes and the implications of that phenomenon on virus evolution, immunology and pathogenesis, and pathogen emergence. I have secondary research interests in disaster response and emergency management.

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