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Research Group Leader in Immunology and Infection

The MRC LMB invites applications for a Group Leader position (Programme Leader-track)  within the PNAC Division. They are seeking a colleague with an exciting vision and outstanding track-record who will address fundamental questions relating to molecular mechanisms of immunity and infection.

The primary selection criteria are scientific excellence and the potential for synergy with existing research programmes. You should hold a PhD and have an excellent publication record with outstanding potential for independent research.

Immunogenomics of Disease: Accelerating to Patient Benefit (Virtual Conference)

A virtual conference from the Wellcome Genome Campus, 'Immunogenomics of Disease: Accelerating to Patient Benefit' will take place on 10-12 February 2021. This conference aims to bring together scientists working in molecular immunology, functional genomics and immune-mediated disease genetics to showcase recent findings in the field of immunogenomics.

Daphne Jackson Fellowship opportunity at Imperial College London


Applications are invited for one three-year Daphne Jackson Fellowship that will be half sponsored by Imperial College London and hosted within any of their four Faculties. The Fellowship, offered at 0.5FTE, is intended for individuals returning to research, in areas relating to understanding health and disease or improving healthcare. As this Fellowship will be part-funded by the Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund, the proposed research area should fall within their remit found on the Wellcome Trust science remit.  

Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Antigen Presentation

Oxford Nuffield Department Medicine are looking for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist to join Professor Persephone Borrow and Emeritus Professor Andrew McMichael's research team to carry out immunologic research that will contribute to the development of an effective vaccine to combat infection with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1). This is an exciting opportunity to join the world-leading institute and lead a component of research.

The Royal Society: T cell/B cell collaboration in autoimmunity

The Royal Society will hold the online Theo Murphy international scientific meeting on 1-2 February 2021. This meeting will focus on how bidirectional interactions between T and B cells can underpin the development of autoimmune diseases, bringing together international leaders to share emerging biological insights in this area and explore their therapeutic implications.