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James Turner

  • Senior Lecturer
  • University of Bath Department for Health
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About

I joined the Department for Health at the University of Bath in 2013 and I am leading a programme of research that examines the immunology of chronic diseases such as cancer in the context of ageing and lifestyle behaviours. Prior to my position at the University of Bath, I undertook a PhD between 2007-2010 at the University of Birmingham, UK. My research covered topics related to exercise, immune function and ageing. Following my PhD, I remained at the University of Birmingham to undertake three years of post-doctoral training in cancer immunology. During this time, my contributions furthered our understanding of the immune system helping to establish novel therapeutic strategies for treating blood cancers. In addition, my projects contributed towards developing a prophylactic vaccine to prevent glandular fever and cancers caused by Epstein-Barr Virus.

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Publications (2)

  • A recombinant modified vaccinia ankara vaccine encoding Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) target antigens: A phase I trial in UK patients with EBV-positive cancer

    • Taylor G
    • Jia H
    • Harrington K
    • et al.
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    35Citations
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  • Epstein-barr virus: Opportunities for prophylactic and therapeutic vaccines

    • Turner J
    • Taylor G
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    0Citations

Professional experience

Senior Lecturer

University of Bath Department for Health

May 2018 - Present

Lecturer

University of Bath Department for Health

September 2013 - May 2018(5 years)