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Quentin Sattentau: my BSc in microbiology was from The University of Bristol, UK (1980), and PhD in virology and immunology of HSV-1 infection from The University of London, UK (1985). Postdoctoral studies on the interaction of HIV-1 with CD4 were with Peter Beverley at University College London UK and Richard Axel at Columbia University NY. In 1992 I took up a tenured post as CNRS Director of Research at the Centre d’Immunology in Marseille France, where I worked on HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein structure, function and interaction with neutralizing antibodies. After a sabbatical in Geoff Smith’s lab in 1998 I took up the post of Senior Lecturer at Imperial College in 1999. In 2003 I joined Oxford University where I amProfessor of Immunology at the Dunn School and Tutorial Fellow at Magdalen College. Current research interests are in three broad areas: i) the mechanisms by which HIV-1 spreads cell-to-cell; ii) designing strategies to elicit HIV-1 broadly neutralizing antibodies by vaccination; iii) mechanisms of adjuvant-mediated immune activation including oxidation-mediated adjuvant effects in health and disease. I have >150 publications, >12,500 citations and an H-index of 60. I teach infection and immunity to undergraduate medical and biomedical science students, and coordinate the Infection and Immunity FHS Option.
Immunology, Microbiology, HIV, Immunogenecity, Antigenecity