Dan Mitchell (CMA)
Dan is Associate Professor of Immunology and Principal Fellow in Pharmacology at Warwick Medical School, overseeing translational clinical research and core medical education programmes alongside senior partners in academia and the National Health Service.
He studied Biochemistry at the University of Oxford and was awarded a PhD in Pathology from Imperial College London, investigating autoimmune kidney disease and mechanisms of innate immunity via gene targeting.
His academic career, involving Fellowships at the University of Oxford and the Medical Research Council, has subsequently focused on the molecular immunology and glycobiology of human medicine – especially solid organ transplantation, infection, and vascular disease. Publications include papers in Science, Nature Medicine, PNAS and the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Recent work has involved the synthesis of high-definition glycoconjugates and their evaluation as selective cell-targeting agents.
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