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Ros Cooper

MBChB(Hons) BMedSc(Hons)

CRUK Clinical Research Training Fellow

Ros studied medicine at the University of Birmingham, during which time she undertook an intercalated BMedSc in Cell and Molecular Biology. Following graduation in 2013, she completed an Academic Foundation Programme in Southampton and subsequently started Histopathology training within the region. She was appointed a NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in 2016 before taking up a post as a CRUK Clinical Research Training Fellow at the University of Oxford in 2017.

Ros started a DPhil in October 2017 within the Fairfax laboratory. Her project involves the characterisation of non T-cell responses to checkpoint inhibitor therapy across a large patient cohort.