Welcome to the Cambridge Immunology Network
The immune system is the highly evolved set of mechanisms our bodies use to tackle any threats such as infections and cancers.
Immunology examines the structure and function of the immune system.
The Cambridge Immunology Network is a community for immunologists working in and around Cambridge. It builds on a rich tradition of immunological research in Cambridge, and brings together groups whose work ranges from discovery of the basic molecular mechanisms underpinning the immune response through to applications relevant to the clinic, to industry and to global health. Working across disciplines, schools, institutes and departments we can tackle bigger problems and answer more fundamental questions.
This website provides a searchable directory of researchers arranged by theme, institute, name and key word. You can also find information about relevant seminars (download pdf with schedule here), funding opportunities and the latest immunology community news and events.
May 23, 2013
sign up today to give a talk.
May 07, 2013
Sharon Peacock and David Jayne join the distinguished ranks of the Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship
May 03, 2013
Prestigious election for director of CIMR for her' elegant and insightful' work.
Apr 18, 2013
Bookings for the Cambridge Immunology Postdoc Day are now open.
Mar 01, 2013
Online exhibition on the 'What is Biotechnology?' website
Killer T-cells attacking cancer cells by Prof Gillian Griffiths
alternate versions available from sms.cam.ac.uk