Infection and Immunodeficiency 

About Infection and Immunodeficiency

Improved understanding of host immunity in immunocompromised patients can improve the prediction, prevention and treatment of infectious complications in this setting. Immunocompromised patients develop frequent infective/inflammatory complications, which leads to worse outcomes and can impair their quality of life. Working with well-characterised cohorts of People living with HIV (PLWH), haematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) recipients and patients with primary/secondary immune deficiencies, Sheffield BRC investigates the impact of vaccines and antimicrobial prophylaxis on disease development and progression, and treatment complications such as the development of antimicrobial resistance.

There are three primary areas of focus within this sub-theme: 



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Professor Alison Condliffe

Infection and Immunodeficiency Sub Theme Lead

Prof. John Snowden 

Prof. Endre Kiss-Toth 

Prof. Albert Ong 

Dr. Andrew Lee 

 Prof. Colin Bingle 

Dr. Ravishankar Sargur 

Dr. Thushan de Silva 

Dr. Thomas Darton 

 Dr. Lynne Prince 

Dr. Roger Thompson 

Prof. Jon Sayers

Dr. Andrew Peden 

 Dr. Pete Dodd

Dr. Ruth Payne

Dr. Caroline Mitchell

Dr. Claire Turner

Dr. Phil Elks

Dr. Simon Johnston

Dr. Rebecca Corrigan

Dr. Paul Collini

Dr. Simon Danby

Dr. Shamanthi Jayasooriya

Dr. Cariad Evans

Dr. Luke Green

Dr. Joby Cole

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