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Isanawidya Paramita

DPhil Student of Clinical Medicine

Isana is reading for DPhil in Clinical Medicine and is a member of Wolfson College. Her background is a medical doctor, and since 2019 she has been a lecturer at the Department of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. She continued her master's study in immunology at the University of Glasgow with the support of the Chevening Awards (FCDO). Currently, her research focuses on T cell immunity, mainly defining the role of gamma delta T cells in infectious diseases comorbid with diabetes mellitus type 2.


MSc Immunology and Inflammatory Disease, University of Glasgow, 2020

Medical doctor, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, 2017

Isana tells us about her DPhil project, titled 'Investigating the role of vγ9vδ2 t cells in susceptibility to infection and disease outcome in individuals with type 2 diabetes​​​​​'. This talk was recorded during NDM-CGHR meeting on 4th October 2023

Team: Health Systems Collaborative

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