Immunology and Infection Department (IID)
The Department of Immunology and Infection (IID) aims to understand the mechanisms of protection and pathogenesis of infectious diseases. Their research disciplines include pathogen genetics, cell biology, mechanisms of innate and acquired immunity, immunopathology, immuno-epidemiology, vaccination, drug discovery and immunotherapy. Work ranges from experimental models in the UK to large-scale field studies abroad.
Events in this series
Mosquito innate immunity and malaria transmission blocking
Development of Plasmodium knowlesi species specific reagents to help characterise antibody isotype profiles in endemic human populations and experimental macaque infections
Immunometabolism and circadian rhythmicity
Immune correlates and impact of immune activation on tuberculosis disease risk
Dissecting the CD8+ T cell responses to malaria pre-erythrocytic antigens
Imaging (experimental) cerebral malaria
Adaptive immune surveillance by human γδ T cells: implications for antimicrobial immunity
Lessons learned on TB Drugs and Diagnostics in South Korea
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