14 May 2015

Marie blogs for Meningitis Now

Dr Marie Yang is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Infection and Global Health and is working on developing an improved vaccine for pneumococcal meningitis as part of a project funded by the charity Meningitis Now.

Marie was recently invited to write a series of short blogs for the charity in which she describes why she wanted to get involved in academic research, how she started in meningitis research, what her research entails and why it is important.

The links to her four blog posts are below and are well worth checking out!

Meet the researcher

My road to the pneumococcus and meningitis 

Laboratory life dull? Not a bit of it

Why is our research important?

Marie is part of the Bacterial Pathogenicity and Host Pathogen Interactions Research Group, led by Professor Aras Kadioglu, at the University of Liverpool. Visit the group's website to find out more about their work.

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