The Molecular Immunology Unit does not currently have any vacancies but please check the Vacancies page for a link to UCL vacancies and daily updates.
The Molecular Immunology Unit currently has no studentship funding available but please check the links below for updated opportunities.
The unit currently has 15 students including full-time students and clinical fellows, all registered for the PhD degree. We offer full training and supervision to those students interested in research in these areas in well-equipped and spacious new laboratories within the Wolfson Centre for Gene Therapy of Childhood Disease.Our current PhD students are researching the following areas:
- Somatic gene therapy for primary immunodeficiency disorders and cancer
- Molecular basis of Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome
- Cytotoxic T lymphocyte therapy for the treatment of EBV-lymphoproliferative disease in Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome
- Modulation of the immune response using DNA vaccines and immunotherapy
- Development of integrin-mediated non-viral gene delivery systems
- Characterisation of the AGM region: an intraembryonic source of definitive haematopoietic stem cells
- Genetic immunotherapy for neuroblastoma
For information on the availability of any current projects available in the Infection and Immunity Theme, please visit the Studentship section in the
- ICH Recruitment Pages.
Please visit the jobs section of our website for the latest ICH job and PhD vacancies
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