Dr Fiona Angrisano, Research Associate, Life Sciences

I’ve been at Imperial College for just over three years now, following undergraduate studies and postgraduate studies at La Trobe and Melbourne Universities in Australia.

I am currently a Research Associate within the Department of Life Sciences, where I work on the identification and characterisation of anti-malarial transmission blocking vaccine targets. This work is funded by the Medical Research Council and aims to develop a range of novel transmission blocking interventions to benefit the field of molecular parasitology and disease control. I collaborate widely, with non-profit organizations, specialist vaccinology groups and field-based laboratories.

Alongside my research interests I am a member of the Postdoctoral Committee where my main roles include facilitating the organisation of monthly beer and pizza socials and representing the Postdoc Committee at the PFDC Reps Network.

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