Division of Infection and Pathway Medicine

Division of Infection and Pathway Medicine

Research

Research

Our research is in stratified medicine for infectious diseases, involving host-pathogen biology and advanced biosensor technologies.

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Education and Training

Information on our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, on campus and online, and professional development

Our staff

Our staff

A list of staff, associates and students, including profiles.

About us

About us

Division profile, academic and industrial partnerships and funding information

Antimicrobial Resistance Diagnostics Challenge (AMR DxC)

The Division of Infection and Pathway Medicine, supported by the Longitude Prize, Nesta and the British Society for Antimicrobial Therapy, are to launch a new annual international competition - AMR DxC - for early career scientists and students in response to the growing threat of Antimicrobial Resistance.

A call for Expressions of Interest is now live.

More information on AMR DxC