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Research Technician, Allergic Airway Disease

This post has been created as part of a multidisciplinary project funded by the Wellcome Trust to investigate the neuro-immune-stromal interactions in response to environmental change and how this drives allergic airway inflammation and remodelling. This grant will combine well established mouse models developed in the lab together with machine learning tools and imaging techniques to understand the mechanisms underlying tissue remodelling versus repair during severe asthma.

Research Associate, Allergic Airway Disease 2

Imperial College are seeking a talented Research Associate to join their multidisciplinary team, to investigate the neuro-immune-stromal interactions in response to environmental change and how this drives allergic airway inflammation and remodelling.

This project, funded by the Wellcome trust, will investigate how the immune/stromal niche communicates with the external environment to contribute to lung inflammation, remodelling and dysfunction.

Research Associate, Allergic Airway Disease

This post has been created as part of a multidisciplinary project funded by the Wellcome Trust to investigate the neuro-immune-stromal interactions in response to environmental change and how this drives allergic airway inflammation and remodelling. Specifically, this post will investigate the cellular interactions between fibroblasts, matrix and immune cells that drive airway remodelling during severe asthma.

Joint BSI-NCRI webinar: What do cancer T cells see?

This BSI-NCRI joint session is the first in our “Immune repertories in cancer: T and B cells” series of webinars. This webinar will take place on Thursday 28 January from 14:00 to 15:00 GMT and is free for all. Professor Lindy Durrant and Dr Michele Mishto will discuss common post-translational modifications to peptides that can be recognised by T cells in cancer, and the potential benefits of using unconventional T cell epitopes in cancer immunotherapy.

Research Partnership Manager

This is an exciting opportunity for a talented and ambitious Research Partnership Manager to join our team!

This new role will have responsibility to manage our partnership portfolio, in key areas such as autoimmunity, cancer immunology, COVID-19, childhood vaccination and veterinary immunology, and lead on its operational delivery. The role holder will use outstanding project management skills to deliver specific projects to time and budget, working with a wide range of partner organisations.

Editors' Choice 2020 Virtual Issue

On behalf of all the editorial team of Clinical & Experimental Immunology, it is our pleasure to present this collection of Editors’ Choice articles from 2020. A key part of our role as editors is to identify articles with high relevance to translational immunology that are of broad interest to our readers. We believe this collection offers some fine examples of immunological techniques and approaches that provide novel mechanistic or therapeutic insight into the immunopathology of human disease.

Medical Sciences & Translational Research PhD with integrated studies in Engagement for Impact

This novel PhD programme offers fully funded four-year studentships in a wide range of medical sciences and translational research areas at the University of Edinburgh’s College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

This programme transforms traditional PhD training, using established MSc courses and new Engagement for Impact courses to teach and mentor practice in:

Research Associate in Respiratory Virus & Vaccine Immunology

The role

Imperial College London are looking for a highly motivated Research Associate to work on an innovative SARS-CoV-2 human infection challenge study, in the first instance. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary group focusing on human immunity against respiratory viral infections using exciting and unique studies of experimentally infection/vaccination of volunteers and hospitalised patients.

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