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Find out about some of the clinical doctoral research underway at Oxford.

Genetic factors in host responses to childhood vaccinations

Can genetics help develop novel vaccination strategies that require less frequent dosing and provide better global efficacy against infectious disease?

Aerosol route of vaccination against TB

Evaluation of the aerosol route of vaccination against TB. Can combining different routes of vaccination possibly make boosting with the same vaccine more potent?

Obesity Development and Insulin Resistance

Complications as a result of obesity are an increasing problem in the UK. Up to 3% of the population have a form of diabetes, and this figure is set to increase as the population ages and becomes more overweight.

Viral Vector Malarial Vaccines

Malaria is a vector-borne infectious disease caused by protozoan parasites. It is widespread in tropical and subtropical regions, including parts of the Americas, Asia, and Africa. There are approximately 350–500 million cases of malaria each year, killing on average one and three million people.

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