Dr Jack Tan

EPA Cephalosporin Early Career Teaching and Research Fellow

Jack Tan is the EPA (Sir Edward Penley Abraham) Cephalosporin Early Career Teaching and Research Fellow.

Jack Tan is a postdoctoral scientist and Early Career Development Fellow at St Edmund Hall.

I am a EPA Cephalosporin Early Teaching and Research Fellow at St Edmund Hall. I am currently working as a postdoctoral scientist in the Alain Townsend Lab at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine on developing a single cycle influenza vaccine (S-FLU) for clinical trials. Apart form that, I am trying to further understand the immune responses against influenza elicited by S-FLU in animal models and humans. We have also recently started developing vaccines and therapeutic antibodies for the novel coronavirus (2019 nCoV).

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Developing a Next Generation SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine

23 Mar 2021

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Hall Fellow Develops New Rapid Covid-19 Antibody Test

31 Mar 2021

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