Dr Winnie Dhaliwal

Dr Winnie Dhaliwal
Teaching Fellow



After graduating from University College London with a BSc (Hons) degree in Microbiology, I was awarded a PhD from Bart’s and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of London, for my research into gastrointestinal innate mucosal immunology.

My research interests include investigating the role of antimicrobial host defence peptides in gastrointestinal and tropical disease. In collaboration with Professor Stephen Gillespie, I am currently engaged in clinical and molecular biological studies of respiratory infections.

School Roles

  • Lecturer in Infectious Diseases
  • Infection Control Lead
  • MD3001 Module Controller
data source: symbiosis

Research Overview from research@st-andrews

Research interests - Clinical and molecular biological studies of respiratory infections.

Teaching - Lecturing in Infectious Diseases

Research background - Innate mucosal immunity in gastrointestinal and tropical disease. Role of antimicrobial host defence peptides in the gastrointestinal system.

BSc (Hons) in Microbiology from University College London.

PhD from Bart's and The London School of Medicine, University of London.


source: research@st-andrews
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