We conduct high quality basic and translational research that is internationally recognised, widely referenced and globally exploited for the benefit of human health.
- Using a virus to understand how the immune system works 16th August 2014Cardiff researchers have used a human herpesvirus to uncover fundamental insights into how immune cells kill virus infected cells. The work was published in the leading journal ‘Cell host & Microbe’.
- Infection & Immunity canvas competition 13th August 2014Staff from the Institute of Infection & Immunity have produced an inspiring range of original art work illustrating their research at the institute.
Latest I&I newsletters
Cancer Immunology Meeting British Society for Immunology 8th September, 16.30‑18.00 7th meeting of the Cancer Immunology interest groupVenue: Henry Wellcome Building
Rachel McLoughlin (Trinity College Dublin) British Society for Immunology 24th September, 13.00‑14.00 "Targeting cellular immunity for effective anti-Staphylococcus aureus vaccines: Lessons from mice and men"Venue: Henry Wellcome Building