TUESDAY 3 MARCH at 1300, Pearson LT, Pearson Building, Gower Street.
Miss Camille Lange - PhD Thesis Seminar – Dept. of Infection, Bloomsbury Campus
“The evolution of genetically linked multi-class drug resistance in protease and reverse transcriptase of HIV-1 subtype C in children receiving early ART”
Group leader: Dr Ravi Gupta
THURSDAY 5 MARCH at 6PM, Cruciform Café, Cruciform Building, Gower Street.
“How to get a good influenza vaccine?”
Dr John McCauley
MRC National institute for Medical Research
MSc Infection and Immunity
The UCL Division of Infection and Immunity is a vibrant community of world-class scientists conducting basic and applied research in immunology, virology and microbiology. Our MSc programme is firmly anchored on this research and benefits from our strong clinical links with UCL partner hospitals.
The programme teaches the language and concepts of infection and immunity through research-led teaching and has a strong focus on critical analysis and data interpretation. Programme content spans the range from basic science to translational clinical research and culminates in a full time research project, providing an excellent training and preparation for a research career.
Applications for entry in 2015-16 are now open.
2015 Open Day: Monday 15 June
The open day will take place at the main UCL campus in Bloomsbury, London. This is an oppportunity to hear more about what our programme, and UCL, can offer you and to meet staff and current students. Contact the programme administrator, Isabel Lubeiro for more information.
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