Are you a researcher interested in immunology, infection and inflammation? Then join the Immunology@Oxford Network. Our vision is for I@O to provide a hub where researchers can share resources and expertise to stimulate the creation of new ideas and collaborations. Join this new immunology community to find out more about what’s happening in this exciting area across Oxford.
Our vision for the Immunology@Oxford Network is to provide a hub for researchers across the University to share information, resources and expertise in order to stimulate the creation of new ideas and connections. The network will manage a mailing list, host an annual symposium and termly technology meetings. Additionally, we will manage a dedicated immunology website to showcase the depth of immunology research across Oxford and the impact of our research.
The I@O Network is a new initiative that aims to build on and support the world-class immunology, infection and inflammation research taking place across the University by fostering collaboration, supporting funding applications and highlighting the impact of your research. The I@O committee has representatives from multiple Departments within Medical Sciences and is chaired by Professor Paul Klenerman.
I@O has four main objectives:
- Maintain world-class immunology, infection and inflammation research at Oxford by facilitating successful funding applications which will attract and retain the best academics and clinicians
- Foster collaborations locally, nationally and internationally and identify innovative areas of research and strategic partnerships that align with local and global aims
- Highlight the impact of immunology, infection and inflammation research at Oxford through increased knowledge exchange and engagement with policy makers
- Establish efficient communication routes to facilitate the sharing of resources and expertise and to promote our achievements.
Sign up to our mailing list by sending an email to email@example.com to keep up to date with relevant information about funding opportunities, events and I@O ongoing activity.
We welcome your ideas for the I@O Network and if you have any comments or suggestions please contact Georgina Kerr, Research Facilitator for I@O: firstname.lastname@example.org.