Infection and Immunity Research Networks leads
Dr. Lindsay Nicholson
(0117) 331 2088
Professor Adam Finn
(0117) 34 20172 (Helen Thompson, PA)
General enquiries including industrial collaborations, resources and facilities
Infection and Immunity at the University of Bristol is a vibrant multidisciplinary community embracing a wide range of approaches to tackling the challenges of immune health and disease in the 21st Century.
If you are a prospective student or have any admissions queries please go the relevant webpages, where full details on courses, fees and funding can be found.
The Network organises a one year self-funded MSc by research programme that facilitates participation by investigators across the whole field of infection and immunity. Successful students will undertake a cutting edge research project, which will be complimented with core instruction in methodology, literature and enterprise. Full details can be viewed on the Postgraduate admissions site. If you have a query about one of our programmes (content, structure, entry requirements or your eligibility to apply), please use the contact details found alongside each programme entry. Applications are accepted at any time.
Alternatively, please contact Dr Lindsay Nicholson for an informal discussion.
Further postgraduate support is offered by the Bristol Doctoral College.
The Bristol Biobank stores samples collected from patients and healthy volunteers for use in biomedical research. Researchers in Bristol and beyond can apply to use these samples in their research. The collection of a wide range of samples will provide a platform for research into complex conditions.
If you are interested in finding out more about the Bristol Biobank please contact Claire Matthews, Bristol Biobank Manager.
(0117) 34 20172
Research Development Administrator
(0117) 33 17610
Please contact Helen or the Research Development Administrator if you wish to add something of interest to the web site.