Suzie Hingley-Wilson

Suzie Hingley-Wilson

Lecturer in Bacteriology

University of Surrey, UK

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Network Investigator


Research Keywords: 

TB, macrophage, anti-microbial resistance, single cell technologies 



Dr Suzie Hingley-Wilson is a lecturer in bacteriology within the Department of Microbial Sciences at the University of Surrey.  Her primary research interest is the host-pathogen interaction in tuberculosis and she conducts multidisciplinary research, much at the single cell level, looking at antimicrobial resistance and persistence in the context of the host cell (for which she was recently awarded an AMR innovation grant). Her lab aims to identify novel mechanisms and immunotherapeutic targets by taking a global approach utilising microfluidics, mycobacterial mutagenesis, clinical samples and animal models. Additionally, she has many years experience working in this area on a number of highly successful TB research projects both in the UK and abroad. She has published in many high impact journals ranging from PNAS, Nature Immunology and Emerging Infectious Diseases, some of which are cited over 200 times, and has been awarded funding from the BBSRC, MRC, EPSRC, Wellcome Trust and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She is an active member of many societies including the acid-fast club and she and her team regularly participate in outreach events.


Related Websites: 

Profile page at University of Surrey


Key Publications:

Available on ORCID