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Up coming events

EXTERNAL SEMINAR

Thursday 20th November at 12:00 in LT3 at the Royal Free Campus
Prof. Lynn Dustin
“Innate, adaptive, and maladaptive immune responses in hepatitis C infection.”
Host: Dr Joe Grove

VIRTUAL VIROLOGY

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER at 4PM, Drayton B20 Jevons LT, Drayton Building            Directions to the Drayton B20 Jevons LT
Dr Armando Arias
"Favipiravir, a broad-range antiviral nucleoside, can drive virus extinction in vivo through increased mutagenesis”
Dr Ed Emmott “Norovirus modulates cellular protein translation to impair the immune response to viral infection”
Dr Lucy Thorne Harnessing the Cellular miRNA machinery to Probe Norovirus Tropism”
Speakers from Professor Ian Goodfellow’s group, Division of Virology, Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge
Chairs: Dr Richard Milne & Prof Greg Towers

More details of these and other I&I events in Seminars & events.

Division of Infection & Immunity launches a new four year PhD programme in Infection, Immunity & Transplantation

 The programme focuses on the three core research themes of the Division and provides an opportunity to join a vibrant and world-class research community.

Our aim is to train students to perform high-quality research, preparing them for careers as independent investigators.

phdprogramme

For more information and details of the application process please download the programme booklet here

Interviews will be on 10 & 11 February 2015

Successful candidates will receive UK tuition fees and a stipend per annum for 4 years.

CLOSING DATE: Sunday 4 January 2015.

Contact: Isabel Lubeiro | Email: i.lubeiro@ucl.ac.uk | Telephone: +44 (0)203 108 2133

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