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Dr Jeremy Garson
Centre for Virology, Department of Infection
Windeyer Building, 46 Cleveland Street
London
W1T 4JF
Tel: 0207 679 9490
Fax: 0207 5805896
Appointment
  • Principal Clinical Teaching Fellow
  • Div of Infection & Immunity
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences
Research Summary
1) The development, evaluation and application of molecular techniques for the detection, quantification and genotyping of human viral pathogens in clinical samples and blood products. 2) Investigation of possible retroviral involvement in motor neurone disease and multiple sclerosis. 3) Development of aptamer technology for application in the diagnosis of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (prion diseases).
Academic Background
1988 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Molecular Biology University College London
1983 MRCP Member of the Royal College of Physicians – Clinical Medicine Royal College of Physicians
1980 MRCP Member of the Royal College of Physicians – Clinical Medicine Royal College of Physicians
1979 MSc Master of Science – Immunology University of Birmingham
1977 MB.ChB Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – Clinical Medicine University of Birmingham
1974 BSc Bachelor of Science – Neurophysiology University of Birmingham
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