News and events
Browse the latest news and events in the Department of Infectious Disease below, or follow us on Twitter @ImperialInfect for regular updates.
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17 November 2023Pandemic learnings and pest control developments: News from Imperial
03 November 2023£17m awarded to develop globally important vaccine hubs
19 October 2023New mechanism found that maintains water balance within cells
10 October 2023Gene-edited chickens show promise in fight against bird flu
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National Heart and Lung Institute, Research, Three Wise Women, Women in science
Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Sex Differences in Cardiomyopathy
This festive period, Three Wise Women from the Faculty of Medicine will be giving us the gift of wisdom. Could variation in the architecture…
Institute of Global Health Innovation, AMR, Antimicrobial resistance, Clinical research, Drug resistance, The Fleming Centre
The Fleming Centre: Driving the fight against antimicrobial resistance.
In the relentless pursuit of global health, few adversaries loom as large as antimicrobial resistance (AMR). AMR poses a pervasive threat to…
Department of Infectious Disease, COVID19, Infectious disease, Public health, Vaccination
The one with a Nobel prize winner
Dr John Tregoning, Professor in Vaccine Immunology, recounts his experience of working with Dr Katalin Karikó, Nobel Prize winner and the tenacious…
Department of Infectious Disease, Clinical trials, HIV, HTLV-1
Why not eliminate HTLV-1 while eliminating HIV-1? We need HTLV-1 PEP/PrEP clinical trials.
HTLV-1 PrEP Open Letter to Gilead & ViiV Human T Lymphotropic/Leukaemia Virus-1 (HTLV-1) is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) closely…