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Cambridge Immunology Network


Upcoming Events Across Cambridge

  • Immunogenomics of Disease: Accelerating to Patient Benefit
  • Wellcome Genome Campus, UK
    From Feb 05, 2019 08:05 AM to Feb 07, 2019 06:05 PM
    This conference aims to bring together scientists working in molecular immunology, functional genomics and immune-mediated disease genetics to showcase recent findings in the field of immunogenomics. It will also explore ways to implement the genetic discoveries to benefit patient health.

  • CRUK Cambridge Institute International Symposium ‘Radical approaches to cancer prevention’
  • CRUK CI lecture theatre
    From Mar 07, 2019 08:10 AM to Mar 08, 2019 06:10 PM
    As a reminder, on behalf of the organisers, Tim Halim, Duncan Odom, Nitzan Rosenfeld and Doug Winton, we are pleased to announce that registration is open:

  • 2019 UK Natural Killer Cells Workshop
  • St John’s College, Cambridge
    From Jan 11, 2019 09:15 AM to Jan 11, 2019 05:15 PM
    This one-day workshop is one of the highlights in the calendar of UK experts in Natural Killer (NK) cells. With more than 10 years of tradition, this workshop has a friendly environment that fosters communication and collaboration.

  • Immunology+Metabolism
  • Trinity College Dublin
    From Apr 05, 2019 08:20 AM to Apr 05, 2019 06:20 PM
    Free half day meeting on Immunometabolism at Trinity College Dublin on Friday 5th April, with talks from Doreen Cantrell, Christoph Hess, Luke O’Neill and Lydia Lynch. Come for the science, enjoy the socialising and have a nice weekend break in Dublin!

  • “Hands-on Career Workshop: How to Succeed in Finding and Getting a Job for Biomedical Researchers”.
  • The Babraham Institute
    From Jan 28, 2019 08:25 AM to Jan 30, 2019 06:25 PM
    It is a non-profit workshop targeted specifically towards PhD students and Postdocs in the biomedial sciences

The new Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre - CITIID

See the home of CITIID being built in this fantastic time-lapse video. From basement to water tight in 17 months. The Jeffrey Cheah Bimedical Centre is now complete and home to the Cambridge Immunology Network Coordinator.


‘Fibroblast’ has been developed from a conversation between Harold Offeh and Dr Alice Denton, a scientist based at the Babraham Institute and a member of the Cambridge Immunology Network. Offeh was particularly interested in the character and roles played by particular cells in the immune system, as well as the immune system’s role as a primary source of protection and care. The film takes as a starting point microscopic images of broblast cells, an area of research for Dr Denton.