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The Institute of Infection and Immunity hosted its annual International Consortium for Trials of Chemotherapeutic Agents in Tuberculosis (INTERTB) symposium on Monday 13th November.
05 December 2023
This virtual event will give you the opportunity to experience two mini taster lectures, each 20 minutes long, delivered by academics from our Biomedical Science BSc degree.
13 December 2023
04 December 2023
Professor Ibison will describe how the experiences of patients and populations she has worked with through 35 years of clinical practice have informed medical education innovations (and a little research) throughout her academic career.
15 January 2024
Dr Angela Loyse and the End AIDS Action Group team launch their website on World AIDS Day.
01 December 2023
Useful information for students and staff for what services are available and when over the festive break.
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