UCL Division of Infection & Immunity
I&I events this week
Monday, 17 June, 1pm, Bloomsbury
Speaker: Dr Menna Clatworthy (Cambridge Immunology Network, University of Cambridge)
Title: Antibodies shape immune highways and DC trafficking.
Host: Professor Arne Akbar (email)
Venue: Pearson LT, Pearson Building
Tuesday 18 June, 1pm, Bloomsbury
1pm Miss Judith Seidel (Immunology, Bloomsbury Campus)
Group Leader: Professor A Akbar
Title: MPhil/PhD Transfer Seminar: Characterization of CD4+ and CD8+ T cell differentiation in the blood and skin of patients with melanoma.
1.30pm Miss Yuan Chen (Immunology, Royal Free Campus)
Group leader: Dr E Morris
Title: MPhil/PhD Transfer Seminar: Anti-mesothelin specific T cell response and novel CD4 T cell peptides in patients with pancreatic cancer.
Venue: Pearson LT, Pearson Building, Gower Street
Thursday, 20 June, 4pm, Bloomsbury
Host: Professor Steve Goodbourn, Division of Basic Medical Sciences, St George's (University of London)
Speaker 1: Professor Steve Goodbourn
Title: Interfering with interferon; viruses fight back
Speaker 2: Dr Craig Ross
Title: Structure of interferon-inducing PAMPs generated by paramyxovirus infections
Speaker 3: Dr Kay Childs
Title: Regulation of RNA helicases by paramyxovirus accessory proteins
Venue: Chadwick, B05
More details of these and other I&I events in Seminars & events.
The Division of Infection & Immunity is a great place to study for an MSc degree.
Highlighting the MSc Molecular Medicine
Our successful MSc Molecular Medicine programme takes a broad molecular approach to understanding disease and produces graduates ready to undertake cutting-edge medical research. This year a new Gene Therapy module, drawing on the world leading research at UCL Institute of Child Health, was introduced.
Watch the video to hear the Programme Director and recent graduates talk about the Molecular Medicine Programme. (Cant see the video? Click here)
The Division is pleased to announce a new scheme offering up to five scholarships of £3000 per year for Home/EU students on the Molecular Medicine programme. Details here.
Thursday 25 July 2013
The Division runs three other MSc programmes: Infection and Immunity, Healthcare Associated Infection Control and Medical Mycology. Prospective applicants for all of our MSc programmes are invited to meet staff and current students at our open day. Contact Lauren Collins (e.mail) to register your interest.
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