Dr Samira Saadoun from the Molecular & Clinical Sciences Research Institute has been awarded funding to investigate how changes in body temperature affect patients with severe spinal cord injuries
Join Professor Paul Heath, Dr Shamez Ladhani and a team of experts as they describe the problems and explain the work that is happening to develop vaccines for children, infants and pregnant women.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
Advancing medicine through research, collaboration and training, the Institute for Infection and Immunity at St George's aims to have a significant impact on human health.
Our research spans a broad range of themes, from clinical practice to vaccines.
Find out about undergraduate and postgraduate study in our institute.
Understanding Infection and Immunity
Our interests encompass many clinically important human pathogens, including bacteria, viruses and fungi.
Uniting Clinical Practice
Close integration with St George's Hospital, clinicians and public health physicians ensures that the Institute's research is of clinical value.
The Institute sustains a range of international research interests, supporting efforts to control globally important infectious disease.
Impact Through Enterprise
The Institute works in partnership with commercial organisations to ensure that innovative approaches and products are implemented in practice.
Learn more about our dedicated research centres.
The institute is an active and interactive research organisation that hosts a number of events. Read about the prestigious Jenner Day, our seminar programme, and more.
Understand how the institute is organised, find out who to contact for help and access a list of our principal investigators.
Here you'll find links to key resources for Infection and Immunity staff.
The Institute of Infection and Immunity is committed to engaging with the public locally, nationally and internationally.
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