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He started out as a junior medical laboratory scientist in microbiology at Liverpool PHLS, but returned to education undertaking an Applied Biology degree at Liverpool John Moores University. Following my degree ,He spent several years studying squirrel behaviour and disease before taking up a PhD in December 1999 at Stirling University under the guidance of Prof. Peter Hudson. It was there that my interest in coinfection began while studying the "Community Ecology of Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) Parasites". After completion of the PhD in May 2006 I moved to Armidale (NSW, Australia), to take up a position as a Research Scientist in CSIRO Livestock Industries extending my coinfection research to examine the immune mechanisms mediating parasite interspecific interactions in sheep. Finally after three years down-under He eturned to the UK and gained my position as a Lecturer here in Cardiff.
Immune responses during coinfection
coinfection functional groups
Infection, Parasites and Ecological Systems
Parasite and Pathogen Ecology and Evolution.
Helen K. Kimbi, Emmaculate Lum, Samuel Wanji, Judith V. Mbuh1, Judith L. Ndamukong-Nyanga, Ebanga E.J. Eyong and Joanne Lello
Research Article: J Bacteriol Parasitol 2012, 3: 134