School of Life Sciences

Infections, Immunology, Virology and Parasitology MRes/Phd Supervisors

Immunology Supervisors
  • Uwe Vinkemeier (Signal transduction in myeloid cells)

  • Lucy Fairclough (Flow cytometry, Lung Inflammation and disease biomarkers) 

  • Amir Ghaemmaghami (Immune instructive materials)

  • Luisa Martinez-Pomares (Inflammation, myeloid cell biology, infectious diseases)

  • Patrick Tighe (Immune dysfunction,and biomarkers of immunological diseases)

  • Jan Bradley (Diagnostics for parasites, vaccine development, the host parasite relationship, immunity to parasites)
  • Marie Pardon (Pathways involved in the progression of Alzheimer's; The stress hormone corticosterone; Modelling post-partum depression; Understanding how prenatal stress influences brain development and aging)
 
Virology Supervisors

 
Parasitology Supervisors
  • Jan Bradley (Diagnostics for parasites, vaccine development, the host parasite relationship, immunity to parasites)

  • Andrew MacColl (Fish parasitology)

  • Chris Wade (Snails as intermediate hosts for medically important parasites)

  • Bill Wickstead (understanding the biology of the parasite Trypanosoma brucei)
 
Microbiology Supervisors
  • Steve Atkinson (Clinical and cellular microbiology of medically important bacteria - Yersinia species)

  • Paul Dyer (Microbiology of fungal pathogens) 

  • Simon Avery (Microbiology of fungal pathogens)

  • Matthias Brock (Control of fungal pathogens)

  • Kim Hardie (The role of biofilms in medical and industrial microbiology; Antimicrobial resistance)
  • Paul Williams (Quorum sensing in medical and industrial microbiology; Clinical and cellular microbiology of medically important bacteria - Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus; Antimicrobial resistance)

  • Miguel Camara (Quorum sensing in medical and industrial microbiology; The role of biofilms in medical and industrial microbiology; Clinical and cellular microbiology of medically important bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus; Antimicrobial resistance)

  • Karl Wooldridge (Clinical and cellular microbiology of medically important bacteria - Neisseria species)

  • Neil Oldfield (Clinical and cellular microbiology of medically important bacteria - Neisseria species)

  • Stephan Heeb (Clinical and cellular microbiology of medically important bacteria - Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus)

  • Rita Tewari (Malaria biology)

  • Christopher Coleman (Biology of coronaviruses)

  • David Turner (Clinical Microbiology) 
 

 

 

School of Life Sciences

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham NG7 2UH

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