8 October 2020
A free game launched today allows players to role-play the deployment of a virtual vaccine to help to halt the global spread of a viral pandemic.
10 September 2020
New Nature paper reports on a genetic vulnerability in nearly 10% of breast cancer tumours, which could be targeted to selectively kill cancer cells.
4 September 2020
New Nature Immunology paper finds strong T cell responses in recovered COVID-19 patients
9 June 2020
Study co-led by MRC HIU/MRC WIMM's Professor Graham Ogg.
18 September 2019
Study finds that shape of immune cells plays key role in recognising invaders.
2 April 2019
Researchers isolate therapeutic antibodies from healthy volunteers exposed to the Ebola vaccine but not Ebola virus itself.
2 August 2018
New proposals published today by MRC HIU suggest that iron supplements on their own are not enough to efficiently tackle this disease.
21 May 2018
A unique opportunity to take part in an engaging programme of conferences, retreats and seminars to explore cross disciplinary topics.
9 May 2018
Many congratulations to the Director of our MRC Human Immunology Unit for this prestigious honour recognizing his pioneering work on T cell immunology.
19 March 2018
Congratulations to Professor Graham Ogg and Associate Professor Tatjana Sauka-Spengler – the first recipients of the RDM Awards for Excellent Supervision. The Awards were presented at the RDM Symposium on Monday 19 March 2018.
23 February 2018
Congratulations to Prof Graham Ogg and Prof Paresh Vyas who have been named National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Senior Investigators in recognition of their “outstanding contribution to clinical and applied health and social care research”. In addition, Prof Mark McCarthy has had his Senior Investigator award renewed. This is a tremendous achievement for all of them as these are highly competitive and prestigious awards
16 February 2018
Congratulations to Prof Graham Ogg who has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Collaborative Award to investigate aspects of the immune response in skin diseases such as eczema, with the hope of identifying new treatment options.