Our research programme in Microbiology and Infection encompasses a spectrum of research that runs from the fundamental science of model organisms to translational research on human and animal pathogens. We exploit cutting-edge high-throughput approaches, including robotics, genomics, metagenomics, bioinformatics and rapid virulence assays to link basic science to clinical applications.
Biomedical Sciences and Health Sciences Joint Seminar: Art of UTI treatment: Doing it Wrong, Getting it Right Lessons from Microbiology, Pharmacology, Sun Tzu and Einstein, Professor Scott Glickman FRCS, UroPharma
SLS and WMS Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Seminar: Lysis-independent killing by cell wall-targeting antibiotics, Dr Henrik Strahl, Newcastle University
QBP Symposium 2023: Nuclear Mechanobiology and Chromatin Dynamics
Congratulations - Class of 2023
Our 2023 Summer Graduation took place on Thursday 20 July, celebrating the fantastic achievements of our very first cohort of undergraduate BSc Health & Medical Sciences students, our MB ChB, Master's and PhD students.
Olive oil and fresh, sun-ripened plant-based foods: the Mediterranean Diet as a winning combination for health
Pre-T cell receptor localization and trafficking are independent of its signaling
Senior Cancer Research UK Fellow Steve Royle tells us about his team's work looking at cell division and their research that could help develop cures for diseases including cancer.