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Fiona Henriquez

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Fiona
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Fiona is a Reader in Parasitology and leads the Infection and Microbiology Research Group within the Institute of Biomedical and Environmental Health Research at UWS. She is focused on leading high quality interdisciplinary research, teaching and mentoring early career researchers and PhD students in the area of Infectious Disease, Immunology and Biomedical Science. Fiona’s research in this area has gained international recognition and has also made a considerable impact on public, industrial and health service engagement. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, Higher Education Academy and Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. She is also passionate STEM ambassador to encourage young people into Science.

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