Today I visited the University of Siena, Italy. It is one of the oldest universities in Italy, established in 1240. The university now offers a … Read more
My research on pseudotyping influenza HA and NA onto lentiviral cores has been profiled in the Microbiology Society magazine, Microbiology today. You can read the … Read more
I am currently attending the Centenary of the 1918 influenza pandemic meeting at the wonderful Crick institute. There are delegates from over 40 countries here … Read more
I was invited to give a talk at the 11th International Conference “Nanotechnology for Healthcare: Progress in Recombinant Vaccines, Molecular Adjuvants and Modern Drug Delivery Systems” … Read more
Talk delivered in the Clinical Virology workshop Offered paper: Utilisation of chimeric haemagglutinin bearing lentiviral pseudotypes to dissect head and stalk directed antibody responses Nigel … Read more
George Carnell has today received notification that his PhD corrections from his viva have been accepted. His external PhD examiner was Prof. Ian Jones from Reading … Read more
The Temperton lab has embraced the pre-print revolution. Please find our bioRxiv pre-prints here.
HIC-Vac is an international network of researchers who are developing human infection challenge (HIC) studies to accelerate the development of vaccines against pathogens of high … Read more
We have published an influenza pseudotype neutralisation protocol in the MDPI open access journal Methods and Protocols. The link to this article is here.