Sarah Louise Warnes
- Primary position:
- Research Fellow
- Other positions:
- Learning Support Assistant, part-time, Enabling Services
BSc University of Leeds 1977-1980
Research Assistant, University of Leeds 1980-1982
Project Leader, Xoma (UK) Ltd. 1982-1985
Research Assistant, University of Southampton 1985-1987, 1994-2003, 2004-2007
Research Fellow, University of Southampton 2008 to date
The University of Southampton's electronic library (e-prints)
- Viral glycoproteins
- Development of diagnostic kits for the detection of microbial pathogens
- Production of immunotoxins in the treatment of childhood leukaemia
- Investigating the incidence of protozoan parasites and bacterial pathogens in biowastes and the subsequent risk of infection and contamination of the human food chain.
- Potential benefits of fish oils in pregnancy
- The use of antimicrobial surfaces in high risk clinical and community environments to reduce infection spread and horizontal gene transfer which has led to the evolution of multi-drug-resistant pathogens.
- The mechanism of dry surface copper toxicity against microbial pathogens including the role of copper ionic and reactive oxygen species, and also identification of the physiological targets.
- Norovirus persistence in the environment.
Research supervised by Professor Bill Keevil
Primary research group: Environmental Biosciences
- Supervision of medical students undertaking laboratory project (pre 2001)
- Supervision and design of laboratory research projects for final year Biological Sciences undergraduates
Mrs Sarah Louise Warnes
Faculty of Natural & Environmental Sciences
University of Southampton
Room Number: 85/4041