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This course has been developed by specialists in their field from the UK:

Rajeka Lazarus

I am a practising clinician working in both Infectious Diseases and Microbiology. My areas of interest are vaccines and antimicrobial resistance. My doctoral research was in pneumococcal vaccines in adults, and I have an interest in adult vaccines specifically optimising use of currently available vaccines in adults and the role of vaccines in the prevention of antimicrobial resistance.

Susanne Hodgson

I am a practising clinician working in both Infectious Diseases and Microbiology working at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust in the UK. My areas of interest are vaccines and antimicrobial resistance. I am also an Academic Clinical Lecturer working at the University of Oxford with experience in the development of early phase vaccines, particularly for malaria.

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