His research focuses on understanding the processes involved in pneumococcal disease
Tim moved from Leicester in 1996 to take up the Chair of Microbiology at University of Glasgow before returning to Birmingham University in 2012. His research focuses on understanding the processes involved in pneumococcal disease.
Recently published articles
- Genetic conjugation of components in two pneumococcal fusion protein vaccines enhances paediatric mucosal immune responses
- Inflammation drives thrombosis after Salmonella infection via CLEC-2 on platelets
- Immune ageing and susceptibility to Streptococcus pneumoniae
- A serine-threonine kinase (StkP) regulates expression of the pneumococcal pilus and modulates bacterial adherence to human epithelial and endothelial cells in vitro