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Jordan Rolt

I am a research assistant in the Barnes Group, working to understand how people with immunosuppression react to SARS-CoV-2 vaccinations. This is achieved through clinical trials such as the STRAVINSKY (STRAVINSKY | British Society for Immunology) and Rapid Protect (RAPID-PROTECTION study) trials.

Previously I was a masters student at Oxford completing the MSc in Integrated Immunology where I worked at the Kennedy Institute to understand how CD8 T cells dictate the function of macrophages in a model of B16 murine melanoma.

I am a committee member of the BSI's - Oxford Immunology Group (BSI Oxford Immunology Group | British Society for Immunology) where I organise Science In Progress talks by early career researchers.