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Infection and Immunity

The Division of Infection & Immunity is an internationally renowned centre for research and teaching in immunology, pathogen biology and the host-pathogen interaction. We are a vibrant and dynamic community of investigators committed to providing world-class research-informed teaching.

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Infection and Immunity

Why study Infection and Immunity at UCL?

Our aim is to link fundamental laboratory research (embracing immunology, virology, microbiology and autoimmunity) with the specialised clinical interests of the hospitals associated with UCL. This link provides a unique research environment within the UK. Our staff are committed to providing the highest standard of teaching and our cutting-edge research is used to inform and shape the modules you will take.

What you will gain from study at UCL

You will be taught by experienced and enthusiastic staff and benefit from provision of clear module objectives and web-based supporting materials. Effective and supportive mentoring is provided through module tutors and a Teaching Administrator who acts as a central information and referral point.

Teaching and assessment

The division is committed to maintaining a diversity of assessment methods. For visiting students, assessment will usually be by coursework (essays, data handling exercises, presentations). However, some modules may also have an unseen examination.

Modules in Infection and Immunity

Please note that this guide lists a wide range of popular module options, but it is not exhaustive and some modules may have changed or no longer be available. If you have a particular interest or academic requirement you are advised to cross reference the listing in the online Study Abroad Guide with that on the relevant departmental pages, and to contact the department to make sure that an appropriate module is available.

Level 2 modules

Module code Title US credits ECTS credits CU credits
IMMN2001 Immunology 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INFN2001 Infection 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)

Level 3 modules

Module code Title US credits ECTS credits CU credits
IICS0001 Mathematical Modelling in Biomedicine 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3002 Immunology in Health and Disease 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3003 Infectious Agents 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3004 Cellular Pathology 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3005 Immunodeficiency and Therapeutics 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3006 Allergy, Autoimmunity and Transplantation 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3007 Viruses and Disease 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3008 Microbial Pathogenesis 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3009 Neoplasia and its Treatment 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3010 Global Eradication of Viruses 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
INIM3011 Evolution and Infectious Disease 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)
VIRL3001 Molecular Virology 4 (US) 7.5 (ECTS) 0.5 (CU)

Contact details

Name
Dr Richard Milne
Email
richard.milne@ucl.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)20 3108 2135
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