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Dr Anthony Tsolaki
Senior Lecturer/UG Admissions Tutor

Summary

Qualifications:

  • DPhil, University of Oxford, 1999
  • MSc, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 1994
  • BSc (Hons), Biochemistry, University of North London, 1993

 

Academic Appointments

  • September 2006 - Present Lecturer, Brunel University London
  • September 2004 - August 2006, Post Doctoral Fellow, Imperial College London
  • May 2000 - July 2004 Post Doctoral Fellow, Stanford University
  • May 1999 - May 2000 University of California, Berkeley 

Responsibility

Administration Responsibilities:

Biosciences Undergraduate Admissions Tutor

Other Responsibilities:

Tuberculosis Research Laboratory 

Teaching Interests:

Tuberculosis

Newest selected publications

Gómez-González, PJ., Grabowska, AD., Tientcheu, LD., Tsolaki, AG., Hibberd, ML., Campino, S., et al. (2023) 'Functional genetic variation in pe/ppe genes contributes to diversity in Mycobacterium tuberculosis lineages and potential interactions with the human host'. Frontiers in Microbiology, 14. pp. 1 - 12. ISSN: 1664-302X Open Access Link

Journal article

D'Souza, C., Kishore, U. and Tsolaki, AG. (2022) 'The PE-PPE Family of Mycobacterium tuberculosis: Proteins in Disguise'. Immunobiology, 228 (2). pp. 1 - 18. ISSN: 0171-2985 Open Access Link

Journal article

Tsolaki, AG., Varghese, PM. and Kishore, U. (2021) 'Innate Immune Pattern Recognition Receptors of Mycobacterium tuberculosis: Nature and Consequences for Pathogenesis of Tuberculosis', in Kishore, U. (ed.) Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Cham, Switzerland : Springer Nature. , 1313. pp. 179 - 215. ISBN 13: 978-3-030-67451-9.

Book chapter

Jagatia, H. and Tsolaki, AG. (2021) 'The role of complement system and the immune response to tuberculosis infection'. Medicina (Lithuania), 57 (2). pp. 1 - 18. ISSN: 1010-660X Open Access Link

Journal article

Varghese, PM., Tsolaki, AG., Yasmin, H., Shastri, A., Ferluga, J., Vatish, M., et al. (2020) 'Host-pathogen interaction in COVID-19: Pathogenesis, potential therapeutics and vaccination strategies'. Immunobiology, 225 (6). pp. 1 - 27. ISSN: 0171-2985 Open Access Link

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