Charlotte Odendall, PhD
Sir Henry Dale Fellow
King’s College London
Charlotte received her PhD in Cellular Microbiology from Imperial College London, where her work focused on Salmonella pathogenesis. Charlotte then moved to Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard
Medical School to study innate sensing, in particular the regulation of type I and III interferons (IFNs). Charlotte then started her lab as a Sir Henry Dale Fellow funded by the Wellcome Trust and Royal Society at King’s College London, where she is now a Lecturer. The Odendall lab investigates both sides of the interaction between pathogens and their host. Charlotte is especially interested in uncovering the anti-bacterial functions of type I and III IFNs, and how enteric bacterial pathogens manipulate IFN signaling pathways to promote virulence.
Oral Presentation at Cytokines 2022 Hybrid Meeting: A FAMILY OF CONSERVED SHIGELLA EFFECTORS DAMPENS IFN RESPONSES BY BLOCKING CALCIUM SIGNALLING
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