Division of Infection and Pathway Medicine

Research

Our work integrates genomic science and systems biology with medicine and physical sciences, for understanding and innovating host-directed diagnosis and treatment of acquired diseases.

The DIPM encompasses principal investigators and clinical researchers, based around the University of Edinburgh institutes and the Edinburgh NHS hospitals, who have interests in combating infectious diseases.

With our history of fostering and encouraging interdisciplinary research, our aim is to combine molecular (post-genomic) and population-based expertise to identify key components and biological pathways that determine the progression and outcome of acquired communicable diseases, and to apply and translate this knowledge into novel strategies for diagnostic and therapeutic interventions.

Research Groups

DIPM at Little France

Associate Principal Investigators

Associate Principal Investigators

Clinical Affiliates

Clinical Affiliates

Postgraduate Students

PhD and MSc students
Our research publications can be found within each researcher's profile, and a complete list can be found in the Edinburgh Research Explorer page.