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Research groups

Peny Zacharopoulou

DPhil student

I am a DPhil student in Prof John Frater’s group and I am interested in exploring HIV-host interaction and how this might affect the host response in novel therapeutic strategies for HIV cure. Specifically, I investigate broadly neutralising antibody resistance in people who live with HIV and gene signatures that predict time response to treatment.

I completed my BSc in Biomedical Informatics and MSc in Cancer Pathology in Greece before I came to Oxford, where I have spent a few years as a Research Assistant, working first with rare cancers and then with HIV.