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Prof Robert Heyderman
3 2.2b
Cruciform Building
Gower Street
London
WC1E 6BT
Tel: +44 020 3108 2117
Appointment
  • Professor of Infectious Diseases
  • Div of Infection & Immunity
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences
Research Summary

Rob Heyderman is a clinician scientist with skills and experience that bridge clinical practice, disease prevention and the fundamental understanding of the mechanisms of infectious disease. He directed the highly succesful Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust Programme (MLW) for over 8 years, transforming the Programme into a centre of excellence led by Malawian & international scientists, pursuing internationally-leading science, research training & improving the health of people in sub-Saharan Africa

Since joining UCL, he has established a Mucosal Pathogens Research Group which pursues epidemiological, clinical and basic laboratory research in UK and Africa to address the microbial and immunological basis of severe infection caused by mucosal pathogens and their prevention through vaccination; the regulation of inflammation; and the diagnosis & management of meningitis and sepsis. He has recently launched the NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Mucosal Pathogens (MPRU), which is an interdisciplinary translational programme that brings together internationally recognised UK and African investigators to tackle limitations in the long-term effectiveness of existing vaccines though new approaches to interrupting mucosal pathogen carriage/transmission. 

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