Darryl Hill

Darryl’s research focuses on understanding the interplay between meningitis-causing bacteria and humans during colonisation and progression of disease

Dr Darryl Hill

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Darryl obtained a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of Swansea in 1993 and graduated with a PhD in 1997. Following a postdoctoral position in the University of Swansea, he moved to the University of Bristol in 1998, where he currently works as a senior lecturer in microbiology in the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine.

Following a postdoctoral position in the University of Swansea, he moved to the University of Bristol in 1998, where he currently works as a senior lecturer in microbiology in the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine.

Darryl’s research focuses on understanding the interplay between meningitis-causing bacteria and humans during colonisation and progression of disease. By understanding these key mechanisms, new therapeutic targets to prevent disease can be identified.