Dr Julius Hafalla

Dr Julius Hafalla
Dr Julius Hafalla
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Presentations at BSP Parasites Online 2021

Time: To be announced
Keynote: Disparate immunogenic properties of malaria pre-erythrocytic stage antigens and their susceptibility to vaccine-induced CD8+ T cells

Session: Interactions with Hosts and Vectors
Room: To be announced

Profile of Dr Julius Hafalla

Julius Hafalla obtained his BSc in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (cum laude) from the University of the Philippines – Diliman. He then worked as a Research Assistant at the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (Philippines) and as a Fogarty Fellow at the International Health Institute of Brown University (USA). Julius obtained his MSc and PhD in Basic Medical Sciences at New York University (USA), where he investigated the development of T cell responses to malaria liver stage infection. He also did post-doctoral work in parasitology, immunology and pre-clinical vaccine development at New York University.

In 2005, Julius joined the LSHTM as a Royal Society Incoming Fellow to study the regulation of pathogenic responses during blood stage malaria infections, and as a Wellcome Trust Visiting Fellow in Public Health and Tropical Medicine to examine cellular immune responses to malaria in Thailand and Tanzania.

In 2008, Julius was awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship, which was renewed in 2013. He was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Immunology in 2013.


Dr Khalid Beshir
Research Fellow
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Miss Sophie Moss
PhD Student
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Dr Claire Rogers
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine


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