About Kimone Fisher

kimleighn@gmail.com +27 (0) 31 260 4898

Background

PhD student within the Human Genetics group of KRISP. I have experience in HIV immunology and PrEP as well as skills in novel non-neutralizing antibody functional assays and multi-colour flow cytometry. My current research interest focusses on understanding the role human genes (specifically HLA class I genes) have on HIV and TB disease. In addition, I am interested in investigating the effect of novel potential therapeutic agents against HIV and TB.




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