Kingston University London,
Kingston upon Thames - UK,
Over the past eighteen years, I was I have several goals to accomplish in the near future and some long term.
I currently lead an active research programme with focus on the following subjects below:
1. Association of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Breast Cancer (BC)
2. Association of Varizella-Zoster-Virus (VZV) gene ORF 1 and host immune response.
3. Therapeutic strategies for HPV related cancers.
- I obtained my PhD from Beatson Institute for Cancer Research, University of Glasgow in 1998 where I worked on viral causes of cancer.
- In the same year I was offered a postdoctoral fellowship in the Medical Oncology Laboratory at Glasgow University's Medical School, I was awarded a Royal Society Developing World Study Visit fellowship for distinguished postdoctoral work on relationship between papillomavirus and immune response.
- I joined Kingston University, London in 2009 where I currently am an Associate Professor and Course Leader for MSc Cancer Biology and teach on a range of Medical Science modules, supervise undergraduate and postgraduate research students, and lead an active research group on the interactions between the human host, viral pathogen and the immune system.
- I have more than 25 peer reviewed publications in high quality journals, with many as first or last author.