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Find network members to collaborate with in infectious disease. You can browse, search by name or filter by research keywords. Please go to the link Join the Network if you would like to become a member.

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Research

Infectious disease research at Cambridge employs systems biology approaches to explore host-pathogen interactions and make the scientific advances needed to improve prevention and treatment of infectious diseases.

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AMR Research

Antimicrobial Resistance Research at the University of Cambridge

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International consortium awarded $1.65 million NSF grant for One Health study on bat-human interactions.

Dr. Olivier Restif joins an international consortia investigating bat-human interactions and diseases in Australia.

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Prof. Lisa Hall's Group works on diagnosing deadly diseases - bringing together expertise in diagnostics, synthetic biology, microbiology and parasitology, colloidal science and manufacturing engineering.

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What we do

Cambridge Infectious Diseases Interdisciplinary Research Centre (CIDIRC) is a leading international hub for research and teaching that focuses on infectious diseases and the impact these have on national and global health. 

Our virtual network crosses all six schools of the University and provides a central resource for anyone interested in Infectious Diseases at the University of Cambridge, including researchers, affiliated institutes, commercial partners, national and international collaborators.

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Engineering better care: a systems approach to health and care design and continuous improvement

Nov 03, 2017

Professor John Clarkson (CIDIRC Steering Group Member) is first author of the report “Engineering better care: a systems approach to health and care design and continuous improvement”.

International consortium awarded $1.65 million NSF grant for One Health study on bat-human interactions.

Sep 14, 2017

The USA National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced the award of $1.65 million for One Health bat research project on which Dr. Olivier Restiff of Cambridge University is co-investigator. 12 Sep17

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