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New PhD position in Sloan Lab open for applications
A new PhD position has become available in Dr Richard Sloan's lab - Inhibition of Zika Virus by Interferon A14 and Derivatives.
Infection Medicine joins the fight against COVID-19
COVID-19 is caused by SARS-CoV-2 and like all viruses there are many ways to combat the infection, many centres across the university are stepping forward with their knowledge and expertise to help in this fight. As specialist in this field, Infection Medicine is doing all they can to utilise their expertise in this difficult time.
PhD project available in Templeton Lab
Development of a rapid, genome sequence-based, diagnostic approach for rapid diagnosis to optimise management of infections
New paper published by Michlewski Lab
E3 ubiquitin ligase TRIM25 is newly identified RNA‐binding protein which is emerging as a key factor in the innate immune response to RNA viruses.