Published by Demitri Evangeliou
Hi! My three years of study in Microbiology and Immunology at McGill University have fostered my interests in infectious diseases, vaccinology and scientific communication. McGill’s TEAM and TEACH awards have given me the privilege to enhance the quality of education in a variety of biomedical courses, spanning topics in molecular mechanisms of cell function, metabolic biochemistry, microbial physiology and fundamental virology. I aspire to be an infectious disease physician, and have a passion for philosophy as it arises in clinical practice (namely biomedical ethics). My favourite antibody is IgA2 for its underappreciated role in mucosal immunity, my favourite immunological concept is trained immunity for the role of memory in the innate response, and I don’t know what I would do without soccer in my life!
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