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Research Themes

Cancer

Cardiometabolic Science

Infection, Immunology & Inflammation

Rare Disease

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The UCL Personalised Medicine Domain harnesses the breadth and depth of the personalised medicine research activity taking place across the institution and its partner hospitals, supporting the delivery of innovative patient-targeted medicines and therapies.

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Events & Seminars

27 February, 2017Antiretroviral restriction factors and mechanisms of viral evasion or counteraction
28 February, 2017UCL Division of Infection & Immunity internal speaker programme
1 March, 2017Homeless & Inclusion Health 2017: Annual International Symposium - FREE Live Streamed Conference
7 March, 2017 A Career in Science: challenges and successes
8 March, 2017Accelerating Access to Personalised Medicine
8 March, 2017Courage and vulnerability at work
9 March, 2017Adoptive T cell therapy: From single T cells to immunity
10 March, 2017For services to psycho-oncology, psycho-what?
10 March, 2017Rewired: the Brain, Art, and Innovation
13 March, 2017UCL Division of Infection & Immunity external speaker programme
23 March, 2017Ageing of the immune system: Cues from the microenvironment
24 March, 2017Tricks of the trade: ideas for generating interdisciplinary research
27 March, 2017BBSRC Showcase
27 March, 2017Macrophage innate responses against S.pneumoniae
6 April, 2017Role of Rho GTPases in immune cell migration
24 April, 2017Insights into innate immunity from analysing the genetics of gene expression
8 May, 2017Modulation of host endothelium by the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum
5 June, 2017The immunology of TB
16 June, 20172017 UCL Neuroscience Symposium
19 June, 2017Cell-intrinsic defence mechanisms against HIV-1
3 July, 2017Summer school course: Why translational medicine fails and what to do about it
3 July, 2017Understanding cellular heterogeneity
18 September, 2017Research methods course: HIV, sexual health and infectious diseases

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