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Graduate School

Course code: 003920

Programme Director: Professor Fiona Powrie

Programme Co-Directors: Professor Helen McShane and Professor Christoph Tang

Full DPhil in Infection, Immunology and Translational Medicine course information (University of Oxford admissions website)


The following researchers are affiliated with this programme

Tal Arnon

Ellie Barnes

Human Chronic Viruses

Philip Bejon

Global Heath

Vincenzo Cerundolo

Vaccination, cancer immunology and NKT cell ...

Richard Cornall

Autoimmunity and Immune Regulation Group

Simon Davis

T-cell Biology Group

Jeremy Day

Global Health

Tao Dong

Anti-viral T cell response

Simon Draper

Blood-Stage Malaria Vaccine Group

Omer Dushek

Systems biology of cellular signalling in the ...

Christian Eggeling


Ervin Fodor

Influenza virus replication at the molecular ...

Matthew Freeman

Cell biology of signalling in development and ...

Lars Fugger

Sarah C Gilbert

Vaccine Development

Eva Gluenz

Cell biology of Leishmania; role of the flagellum ...

Philip Goulder

My aim is to identify interventions that reduce ...

David Greaves

Inflammation biology – identifying novel pathways ...

Kay Grunewald

Structural cell biology of virus infection

Keith Gull

Aspects of the pathogenicity of African ...

Adrian Hill

Jenner Institute / Infectious Diseases / Malaria ...

Georg Holländer

Understanding the development and function of the ...

David G Jackson

Lymphatics and cell trafficking

E. Yvonne Jones

Receptor Structure Research Group

Colin Kleanthous

Protein-protein interactions in bacterial cell ...

Paul Klenerman

Antiviral immunity

Susan Lea

Host-pathogen interactions including the ...

Petros Ligoxygakis

Drosophila as a model to study innate immunity

Martin Maiden

The interaction of molecular epidemiology, ...

Kevin Maloy

Host-pathogen interactions in the intestine and ...

Helen McShane

Cellular Immunology and Vaccine Development

Chris O'Callaghan

Innate Immunity

Graham Ogg

Cutaneous Immunology, Allergy, Dermatology, Viral ...

Faith Osier

Identifying the targets and mechanisms that ...

Andrew Pollard

Current research activities include clinical ...

Fiona Powrie FRS

Jan Rehwinkel

Nucleic acid sensing by innate immune receptors

Sarah L Rowland-Jones

Immunity to HIV infection

Quentin Sattentau

The immune system in vaccination and allergy, and ...

Alison Simmons

Innate immunity in infectious and inflammatory ...

Katja Simon

Autophagy in the immune and hematopoietic system

Christoph Tang

Pathogenesis and Prevention of Bacterial ...

Joel Tarning

Clinical Pharmacology

Guy Thwaites

Clinical Epidemiology. Oxford University ...

Anton van der Merwe

Molecular analysis of leucocyte recognition

Nicole Zitzmann

Development of host target based antiviral ...

Application Deadline

Due to a new application system being introduced this year, it is strongly recommended that you submit your application by 4 January 2016.  This will help ensure that your references are received in time.

College Choice

It is suggested that applicants to the Infection, Immunology and Translational Medicine programme select St Edmund Hall as their college choice.

Information on which colleges accept applicants to this programme can be found here.

Supported by

Wellcome Trust

Further Information

Statement of Provision