Nicole Zitzmann is the Head of the Antiviral Research Unit and Director of the Oxford Glycobiology Institute, Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford. She is a Biochemistry Fellow and Lecturer in Medicine at Merton...Read more

Tehmina completed her undergraduate medical training at the University of Bristol in 2010, including an intercalated BSc Hons Neuroscience. Since then, she has mainly been based in London rotating through various hospitals, and developing an interest in Infectious Diseases. After an MSc in...Read more

Bevin is a research associate in the group using proteomics to identify and validate novel serum/plasma biomarker candidates for liver fibrosis in hepatitis C  patients1, 2,...Read more

Michelle is a research assistant in the lab. With her extensive experience in the fields of molecular biology and virology she is contributing fundamental support to a number of antiviral and structural projects within the group. In addition to helping with these, she has taken the baton from...Read more

J.L. is a U.S. National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellow and Lincoln College Senior Scholar studying for a DPhil in Biochemistry and PhD in Organic Chemistry. His research in the group spans both fields, synthesizing novel iminosugars and...Read more

Abhinav Kumar holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Pharmacy (SRMC, Chennai, India 2003-2007), MSc (Distinction) degree in Pharmaceutical analysis (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK 2008-2009) and a PhD in bioanalytical science (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK 2009-2013). He received...Read more

Jo is a senior postdoctoral scientist planning, supervising, coordinating and performing experiments on two main streams of research interest, focussed on the antiviral effects of iminosugars. The first is the development and testing of antivirals against dengue virus, in particular targeting...Read more

My undergraduate degree is in medicine, MBBS(SL). Then I went on to do postgraduate studies and medicine and completed MD (Medicine) and MRCP(UK) in 2013 and 2014 respectively. I was interested in tropical infectious diseases and was awarded the Commonwealth scholarship to do the DPhil in Oxford...Read more

Beatrice is a Wellcome Trust funded student on the Infection, Immunology and Translational Medicine programme. Her work looks at the antiviral activities of iminosugars in viral haemorrhagic fever infections. Alongside investigating antiviral mechanisms in dengue virus infection, she looks at...Read more

Steve has been working in the Oxford Glycobiology Institute for a number of years and is currently interested in all aspects of the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) lifecycle. He is currently following up a number of interesting avenues brought to light from a gene and protein analysis of changes in host...Read more