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Seminar Series

Clinical Infection Research Seminar Series

When: monthly, 1-2pm
Infection Seminar Room, 5th Floor North Wing St Thomas' Hospital

The Centre for Clinical Infection and Diagnostics Research (CIDR) has a monthly clinical research seminar held 1-2pm in the Infection Seminar Room, 5th Floor, North Wing, St. Thomas' Hospital.

The aim of these seminars is to provide a forum for leading national and international clinical researchers to present their work. The focus is on research which has a direct impact on the care of patients with infections.

The programme is organised by Dr Guy Thwaites (Reader in Infectious Diseases).



2011-12 Seminars

Date  Title  Speaker  Location 
15 June 2012  Hepatitis C virus - new vaccines and new cells

Professor Paul Klenerman, University of Oxford

4 May 2012 Emerging Encephalitis: Lessons from the East for the West Professor Tom Solomon, University of Liverpool  
20 April 2012 Re-defining latent tuberculosis Professor Ajit Lalvani , Imperial College London  
30 March 2012 Pharmacokinetics-Pharmacodynamics:
  • What we have learned using data from pre--clinical infection models
  • What we have learned using data from prospective clinical trials
Dr Paul Ambrose, Institute for Clinical Pharmacodynamics New York and Dr Sujata Bhavnani Institute for Clinical, Pharmacodynamics New York  
24 February 2012  Ins and outs of immune evasion by the meningococcus Professor Chris Tang, University of Oxford  


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