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Yet by the mids, she was in an academic job at the University of Oxford, looking at the genetics of malaria. We went pretty fast with it.
But when she progressed to her doctorate, at the University of Hull, she found the tunnel-like focus was not to her liking. Trial shows Oxford Covid vaccine highly effective. More on this story. Her urgency, in the face of Covid's death march around the world, might explain some of her more unorthodox working practices.
Born in Kettering, Northamptonshire in AprilSarah Gilbert's father worked in the shoe business while her mother was an English teacher and member of the local amateur operatic society. School, university friends and colleagues describe a conscientious, quiet and determined person and someone with "true grit".
Prof Gilbert described the process as a series of small steps - rather than there being a big breakthrough moment. Eventually though she decided to have "one more go at a scientific career… I needed the income".
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As Chinese scientists published the genetic structure of the new virus "over the weekend, the vaccine was pretty much deed. It was a decision that led us to the announcement on Tuesday morning that, according to the of late stage trials, the University of Oxford's coronavirus vaccine is highly effective at stopping people developing Covid symptoms. And other questions inspiring and influential women of Malaria research. She set up her own research group in a bid to create a universal flu vaccine, meaning a vaccine which would be effective against all the different strains.
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Is it safe? If Prof Sarah Gilbert had gone with her instincts, the latest coronavirus vaccine to show highly promising might never have been. And that led to work on malaria vaccines. Will hairdressers need to wear masks after 19 July?
All three children chose to follow their own path, he says - although all ended up choosing to study biochemistry at university. Inshe led the first trial of an Ebola vaccine. Published 23 November Published 7 July. The second trial of that vaccine was just beginning when, in earlyCovid emerged in China. s come in as early as 4am, says Prof Lambe, who, explains that Prof Gilbert tends to work from very early in the morning until the late evening.
Speaking to Radio 4's Profileone school friend recalled Sarah's silent steeliness - a trait which perhaps explains her decision, years later, to stick with her PhD despite her doubts.
Her son Freddie describes his mother as always being supportive and having the children's best interests at heart. And when the Mers - Middle East respiratory syndrome - virus struck, she travelled to Saudi Arabia to try to develop a vaccine for this form of coronavirus. She had never meant to be a vaccine specialist. Having completed her doctorate, she got a job with a brewing research centre, looking at how to manipulate brewing yeast, before moving on to work in human health.
Meanwhile, at Oxford, Dr Gilbert rose through the ranks, becoming a professor at the university's prestigious Jenner Institute. Her life became a little more complicated when she gave birth to triplets.
The gaze of the world is now on Prof Gilbert and the world's handful of other Covid vaccine architects, as they race against the clock. Oxford vaccine: How did they make it so quickly? Prof Gilbert quickly realised she might be able to use the same approach. Raising them is an experience which one friend suggested explains her "no nonsense approach".
Area of practice
I like to try to take into ideas from lots of different areas," she told BBC Radio 4's The Life Scientificearlier this year. But when you get to know her and you spend time with her, that's not the case at all.
Then the first batch went into manufacture by early April, as the rigorous testing regime expanded. Years ago, studying for her PhD, she considered packing in science altogether.
It took a few weeks to create a vaccine that worked against Covid in the lab. As a young student in biological sciences at the University of East Anglia, she was energised by the diversity of thought and experience in the department.