Ariadna Miquel Clopes

Postgraduate Student

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Gut microbes in health and disease

I attained a bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB) in 2016. Following this, I worked as a research assistant for 2 years in the Carding group studying microvesicle drug delivery technology.

Due to my increased interest in this technology I decided to embark on a PhD, a collaborative project between the Quadram Institute and the University of Liverpool. This gives me an excellent opportunity to further my research on the use of outer membrane vesicles (OMV) as a vaccine delivery system. My aim is to generate novel vaccine formulations suitable for intranasal delivery against emerging and re-emerging diseases such as seasonal influenza.

Carvalho A. L. C., Fonseca S. F., Miquel-Clopes A. M. P., Cross K. C., Kok K. S. K., Wegman U. W., Gil-Cardoso K. G. C., Bentley E. G. B., Al Katy S. A. K., Combes J. L. C., Kipar A. K., Stentz R. S., Stewart J. P. S., Carding S. C.. (2019)

Bioengineering commensal bacteria-derived outer membrane vesicles for delivery of biologics to the gastrointestinal and respiratory tract

Journal of Extracellular Vesicles, 8, 1-19


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