Margarita Dominguez-Villar, PhD
Marga Dominguez-Villar is a Senior Lecturer in Immunology in the Department of Infectious Disease at Imperial College London. She obtained her PhD from the University of Cadiz (Spain) and her postdoctoral training from both Harvard Medical School and Yale School of Medicine. Her laboratory investigates the mechanisms that control innate and adaptive immune responses in human disease, with a particular focus on T cell responses and regulatory T cell function/dysfunction in autoimmune and infectious diseases.
Allison K. Maher
I have a PhD in Cellular Immunology and a Doctorate of Pharmaceutical Sciences that I both obtained at the Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse (France). Here in the MDV lab, I am working on the plasticity of Tregs in autoimmune disease and particularly the impact of the sphingosine signalling pathway on the generation of Th1-like Tregs in multiple sclerosis. Outside the lab, I like to watch or play football, and any (video, board or escape) games that involves logical thinking.
Charlotte (Lottie) Bottomley
Fatima Cano Cano
Visiting PhD student