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An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

Registrations are OPEN for the next Cambridge Infectious Diseases Annual Symposium, on the 4th March 2024. This will be an in-person event, at Robinson College.

For those unfamiliar with it, the annual symposium is a one-day event in which CID brings together its members to learn about the network's research. There will be talks from junior and senior researchers, combined with flash talks and poster presentations from PhDs and postdocs; with representation from all Schools, embracing CID interdisciplinarity.

It is an excellent opportunity for our members to:

  • Hear about Cambridge’s strengths across infectious diseases;
  • Gain new perspectives and ideas to advance their research;
  • Engage with our major interdisciplinary themes and discuss project ideas;
  • Network with colleagues and find new collaborators.

This year we will have contributions from host-pathogen interactions in bacteria and parasites, antimicrobial resistance research, and technological innovation.

Our keynote speaker will be Hagan Bayley, from the University of Oxford, talking about 'Synthetic, living and hybrid tissues by printing and microfluidics'.

Our Cambridge speakers will be: 


The final programme is available here (PDF version).
Flash-talk abstracts here.
Poster abstracts here.