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LIT Postdoctoral Scientist Dr. Jeremy Baldwin receives Fellowship by Joachim Herz Foundation

Dr. Jeremy Baldwin, Postdoctoral Scientist in the Functional Immune Cell Modulation Division of the LIT, received an Add-on Fellowships for Interdisciplinary Life Science of 12.500€ by the Joachim Herz Foundation for his research project on metabolically reprogramming CD8+ T cells for cancer immunotherapy applications.

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  • Date Published

    February 8, 2024


Dr. Jeremy Baldwin is an early career researcher specializing in the fields of immunology, vaccine research, cancer immunotherapies, and tissue engineering. In 2014, Dr. Baldwin was awarded an Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) board Trustee fellowship to undertake a Ph.D. in Cell and Molecular Biology at the Queensland University of Technology. During his Ph.D. studies, he also completed a Master of Research and Development Management as part of the Australian Government’s Commercialization Training Scheme to train the next generation of entrepreneurial scientists. Other notable work experiences prior to the conferral of his Ph.D. include a research stay at Harvard University to study the processes of research translation, an international research training program at the Tropical Disease Institute, Ecuador, and traveling to Antarctica as part of a youth expedition to raise awareness for renewable energies and climate change. Following the successful defense of his Ph.D. thesis, Dr. Baldwin was awarded a Fulbright Future Fellowship, Endeavour Research Fellowship and Sir Winston Churchill fellowship to continue his post-doctoral training in immunology.

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