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Dr. Nicole Robb

I completed a BSc in Microbiology at Imperial College London before doing a DPhil at the University of Oxford, where I specialised in the field of influenza virology. Following a post-doc in Biological Physics at the University of Oxford I was awarded a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship to start my own group, using fluorescent microscopy techniques to visualise, study and detect RNA viruses at the single-molecule level. I am currently an Associate Professor at the University of Warwick, while maintaining a visiting lectureship at the University of Oxford. I am the co-founder of University of Oxford spinout Pictura BioLink opens in a new window and a member of the management team of the University of Warwick's Institute for Global Pandemic PlanningLink opens in a new window (IGPP).


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Nicolas Shiaelis

DPhil student (St. Annes College, University of Oxford)


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Danielle Groves

MRC-DTP PhD student (co-supervised by Ervin Fodor, University of Oxford)


Molly Watling

ARAP PhD student (co-supervised by Sherry Aw, IMCB A*Star Institute Singapore)


Rupika Gulati

PhD student (co-supervised by Stuart Coles, WMG and Freya Harrison, SLS)


Afifah Tasnim

PhD student (co-supervised by Greg Challis and Lona Alkhalaf, Chemistry)


Carlos dos Santos

Institute for Global Pandemic Planning (IGPP) PhD student


Uchechukwu Chidiebere

MIBTP PhD Student


manuManu Advani-Rodriguez

MBio Student


Dr Rory Cunnison

Research Fellow


Previous members:

Joe McGann (MBio student)

Andrew McMahon (DPhil student)

Prabir Kulabhusan (Post-doctoral researcher)

Sammi Ta (MBio student)

Benjamin Middleton (MPhys student)

Charlie Bassi (MPhys student)

Rebecca Andrews (Post-doctoral researcher)

Sohail Ghani (MIBTP PhD candidate)

Dominik Kammerer (Erasmus student)

Alexander Tometzki (MPhys student)