Our group is based in the Cruciform Building at the heart of the Bloomsbury Campus within University College London. We overlook the Octagon Building and the main UCL quadrangle on one side and University College London Hospital on the other. We work within the Division of Infection & Immunity that stretches across the Cruciform and Rayne buildings on the Bloosmbury campus and the Institute for Immunology and Transplantation on the Royal Free Hospital campus.
The Division hosts approximately 25 principal investigators including biomedical and clinical scientists with world leading expertise in molecular virology, pathogen genomics and evolution, innate immune host-pathogen interactions, tuberculosis, viral immunology, translation of T cell receptor transgenics, T cell immunoregulation and immunology of transplantation, immunology of ageing, primary immunodeficiencies and computational immunology.
We also benefit from wide-rangeing expertise and collaborations across the domain of Infection, Immunology and Inflammation at UCL, the Infection, Immunology and Inflammation Programme within the UCLH/UCL Biomedical Research Centre, and through a new partnership with London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in the Bloomsbury Research Institute. All of this brings enormous opportunities for discovery and translational research.