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Emily Lees

Clinical Lecturer

I am a Clinical Lecturer in Paediatrics at the University of Oxford. I am completing my Paediatric clinical training in the field of Infectious Diseases and Immunology. 

I completed an Academic Clinical Fellowship at the University of Liverpool during my first 3 years of Paediatric training. Following this, I undertook a PhD looking at the interactions of Salmonellae with the human host, in the form of hiPSC-derived gut organoids and macrophages at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute / Fitzwilliam College with the Dougan group from 2016-2019.

I returned to Fitzwilliam as a Research fellow in 2021 in order to complete further work on this topic, supported by a starter grant from the Academy of Medical Sciences, and currently split my time between the University of Oxford and Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.