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Stephanie Longet

I am a postdoctoral researcher in Immunology specialised in infectious diseases, vaccines and mucosal immunity. In 2014, I obtained a PhD in Life Science at the University of Lausanne in which I focused on mucosal antibody responses after intestinal infections due to bacteria. Following my PhD project, I gained further experience at Trinity College Dublin working on strategies to enhance antibody and cellular responses induced by oral vaccines. Since 2019, I have started working on the impact of Ebola virus mutations on neutralising antibody responses and seroepidemiology of Lassa virus at Public Health England. In 2020, I contributed to the development of assays to measure antibody responses following SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination in animal models and humans. I am currently involved in comparison of antibody responses post-infection and post-vaccination with a particular interest in protective responses against variants of concerns

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