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The development of vaccines and immunotherapies against human papillomaviruses, the cause of cervical cancer

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Professor Stanley is Professor of Epithelial Biology in the University of Cambridge. She attended the Universities of London, Bristol, and Adelaide, is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. She has served on several research council committees and was a member of the Biology and Biotechnology Science Research Council from 2000 to 2003. She is currently a member of the Spongiform Encephalopathies Advisory Committee that advises the UK government on prion diseases, and in 2004 was awarded the OBE for services to Virology.

Professor Stanley’s current research focuses on mechanisms of host defence and the development of vaccines and immunotherapies against human papillomaviruses, the cause of cervix cancer. She has published extensively and is at present on the editorial board of Sexually Transmitted Infections, Journal of Clinical Virology, and Reviews in Medical Virology. She is a council member of the International Papillomavirus Society.

This talk is being hosted by Lucy Cavendish College as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.

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This talk is part of the Lucy Cavendish College public lecture series series.

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