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World-class facilities, including the newly-opened Wolfson Laboratories

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Integrating the study of basic and clinical immunology, microbiology and parasitology

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Developing a greater understanding of processes underlying infection and disease development

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Innovation through forging stronger links between biology and medicine

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Cutting-edge research into preventions and cures for chronic infectious diseases

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International impact on fighting neglected tropical diseases

Welcome

The Centre for Immunology and Infection (CII) is a joint research centre created by the Hull York Medical School and the Department of Biology at the University of York.

Research within CII ranges from fundamental studies on the pathogenesis of infectious and non-infectious disease through to first-in-man clinical research.

News

JDRF 'Discovery Days' in Derby

Posted on Tuesday 11 April 2017

Dr. E. Allison Green gives seminar on her group's research into Type 1 Diabetes


PhD studentship in Immunobiology at the University of York

Posted on Thursday 16 March 2017

Applications are invited for a 3-year PhD in Medical Sciences studentship funded by the Hull York Medical School at the University of York


PhD Studentship in Computational Biology / Immunology at the University of York

Posted on Monday 27 February 2017

Applications are invited for a 3-year PhD studentship funded by the Hull York Medical School at the University of York


Research

The Centre for Immunology and Infection is structured into three overlapping research areas: clinical and translational researchimmunology, and pathogen biology.

The Centre's researchers are involved in two major interdisciplinary collaborations:

Events

Fri
5
May

Bacterial determinants that facilitate the interaction between Staphylococcus aureus and skin in atopic dermatitis

1.00PM, K/018

Joan Geoghegan, Assistant Professor of Microbiology, Trinity College Dublin.

Fri
12
May

Innovative Use of Artificial Neural Networks to Infer the Pharmacological Mechanisms of Drug Evoked Clinical Responses

1.00PM, K/018

Dr. Jonathan Wagg, Roche Pharmaceutical Research and Early Development

Study at CII