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Cambridge Infectious Diseases

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

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Infectious disease research at Cambridge explores host-pathogen interactions to improve prevention and treatment of infectious diseases.

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Antimicrobial Resistance Research

Antimicrobial Resistance Research at the University of Cambridge

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oneHealth Research on bat zoonoses

12 Sep 2017 - The USA National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $1.65 million to a One Health bat research project on which co-investigator Dr. Olivier Restiff (UoC/CIDIRC) will explore disease in relation to landscape change.

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Enabling Technologies - Diagnosing Deadly Diseases

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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Surgical Operating Theatre Design

An interdisciplinary project led by Professor Alan Short (UoC Department of Architecture /CIDIRC) re-examining surgical operating theatre design with superbugs in mind.

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What we do

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Cambridge Infectious Diseases is an Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. We promote an interdisciplinary approach to addressing the challenge of reducing the burden of infectious diseases globally. Our virtual network crosses all six schools of the University and sector leading institutes across Cambridge.

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Deadly Rift Valley fever: new insight, and hope for the future

Jul 20, 2018

Health control measures alone could be ineffective in the long term fight against the deadly Rift Valley fever which affects both humans and animals, a new study involving CID member Prof James Wood reports.

Professor Julia Gog awarded University of Cambridge Vice Chancellor Impact Award

Jul 10, 2018

10 July 2018 - CID member Prof. Julia Gog (DAMTP) received a University of Cambridge Vice Chancellors Impact Award for her work to produce mathematical modelling that helps predict how UK populations move and interact, and consequently how and where a virus would spread.

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