Clinical Infection Research Seminar Series
When: monthly, 1-2pm
Where: 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).
|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
- 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