Research & Innovation 2021

Prof Richard Cornall

Prof Richard Cornall
Prof Richard Cornall
Nuffield Professor of Clinical Medicine
University of Oxford
Speaker

Presentations at Research & Innovation 2021

Tue23  Feb09:10am(45 mins)
Immunology and revolution

Session: Plenary Keynote
Room: Conference Hall

Profile of Prof Richard Cornall

Richard Cornall is the current Nuffield Professor of Clinical Medicine and Head of Department of the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine at the University of Oxford. He studied biochemistry at Cambridge University and medicine at Oxford. After a period at Stanford University, he became a Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Fellow and Honorary Consultant in Renal and Transplant Medicine at the University of Oxford. His research is in the area of immune regulation and autoimmunity, B cells, the treatment of autoimmune diseases and the use of genetics and animal models to identify new pathways in immunity. He was the Deputy Head of the Medical School and Medical Sciences Division of the University from 2015-17. He is the co-founder, with Professor Simon Davis, of MiroBio, a University of Oxford start-up creating immune regulatory therapeutics.

Colleagues

Hatch
Dr Stephanie Hatch
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
University of Oxford
Delegate
Johanssen
Dr Timothy Johanssen
Postdoctoral researcher
University of Oxford
Delegate
Kreger Karabova
Mrs Maria Kreger Karabova
DPhil student
University of Oxford
Delegate
Nicholls
Dr Francesca Nicholls
Postdoc
University of Oxford
Delegate
Owens
Ray Owens
Group head
University of Oxford
Poster Presenter
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