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Research groups

Ming Lee

Ming is a sexual health and HIV physician undertaking his PhD at Imperial College London, and laboratory training with the Frater Group at the PMB. Ming completed his speciality training at Guy's and St Thomas Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in 2020, and has been awarded a MRC-funded Clinical Research Training Fellowship to study the impact of HIV-specific broadly neutralising antibodies in gut tissue.

Research interests

Ming's research interests include assays for high-throughput intact HIV proviral reservoir measurements, and novel immunotherapeutics for HIV remission. Ming is also an editorial fellow of the journal of Sexually Transmitted Infections. Ming's other clinical interests include improving the quality of life for people living with HIV, and HIC and STI prevention in key populations.