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Cambridge Infectious Diseases: Meeting of Minds

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A free, one day event featuring talks from leading infectious disease researchers from across the city of Cambridge.

1. Global Infections Chair: Prof. Duncan Maskell

  • Prof. David Dunne (Pathology)”Collaborative research in Africa: parasitic worms, IgE, immunity and allergy”
  • Prof. Derek Smith (Zoology)_”The evolution of Influenza Viruses”
  • Prof. Nick Mascie-Taylor (Biological Anthropology)”Disease, Undernutrition and Poverty – an unholy Trinity”
  • Prof. Andrew Lever (Medicine)”Gettting Intimate with HIV ”

2. Applied Technologies Chair: Prof. Patrick Sissons

  • Dr. Helen Lee (Haematology)title tbc
  • Dr. Julian Parkhill (Sanger Institute)”Investigating bacterial transmission, population structure and evolution using high throughput sequencing”
  • Prof. Lisa Hall (Biotechnology)title tbc

3. Statistics and Mathematical Modelling Chair: Prof. Chris Gilligan

  • Dr. Simon Frost (Vet Medicine)”Modeling RNA viral dynamics and evolution”
  • Prof. James Wood (Vet Medicine) ”Epidemiological dynamics of infection – focusing on bovine tuberculosis controls”
  • Prof. Sheila Bird (MRC Biostatistics)”Surveillance of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (vCJD/BSE/scrapie) in humans, cattle and sheep”

This talk is part of the Cambridge Infectious Diseases series.

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