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Amber Barton

DPhil Student

Amber graduated from the University of Oxford with an integrated Master’s in Biochemistry, having completed research placements in microbiology, immune signalling, and glycobiology. During her time at OVG she has been using a data-driven approach to characterise the early immune response to typhoid fever, and has a broad interest in using "big data" to improve healthcare.

The Adventures of Salmonella Typhi

Omics Explained


Transcriptomics in Human Challenge Models, Front Immunol. 2017; 8: 1839. Barton AJ, Hill J, Pollard AJ, Blohmke CJ
Investigation of the role of typhoid toxin in acute typhoid fever in a human challenge model. Nat Med. 2019 Gibani MM, Jones E, Barton A, Jin C, Meek J, Camara S, Galal U, Heinz E, Rosenberg-Hasson Y, Obermoser G, Jones C, Campbell D, Black C, Thomaides-Brears H, Darlow C, Dold C, Silva-Reyes L, Blackwell L, Lara-Tejero M, Jiao X, Stack G, Blohmke CJ, Hill J, Angus B, Dougan G, Galán J, Pollard AJ