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Read more at: Stephen Baker

Stephen Baker

Stephen Baker is a director of research for global health in the Department of Medicine at the University of Cambridge. His research focusses on studying the mechanisms and epidemiological influences of antimicrobial resistant Gram-negative bacteria. His group used various genomic and laboratory techniques to understand how antimicrobial resistant bacterial emerge and spread and how best they can be combatted through antimicrobials and vaccines.


Read more at: Caroline Trotter

Caroline Trotter

Caroline Trotter is a Principal Research Associate in Epidemiology and Director of Cambridge-Africa, a University programme that supports African researchers and promotes mutually beneficial collaborations and equitable partnerships between Africa and Cambridge. Most of her research is on vaccine preventable diseases and bacterial meningitis in particular. She uses a variety of methods, including observational studies, mathematical modelling and cost-effectiveness analyses.