Dr Adam Lopez-Denman

Research Associate
University of Cambridge

al929@cam.ac.uk

Latest News

  • -Final PhD Oration (October 2017)
  • -American society of Virology 2017 Presentation, Wisconsin, USA. 

Research Activities

I'm previously undertook my PhD research with Professor Jason Mackenzie at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity. The focus of this was in understanding the role viral protein nuclear trafficking may have in West Nile virus replication. I am currently based at the University of Cambridge researching human norovirus replication.

My research interests lie in understanding host:pathogen interactions, in particular the role that RNA virus nuclear trafficking has on viral replication - as well as understanding how viruses are able to manipulate the innate immune response to their advantage.

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Upcoming Events

  • Feb 20

    Lorne Infection and Immunity Conference 2019

    Cumberland Lorne Resort MORE INFO
  • Feb 21

    Antimicrobials 2019

    Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park MORE INFO
  • Mar 24

    World Tuberculosis Day