skip to primary navigationskip to content

Cambridge Infectious Diseases

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

Studying at Cambridge

PI Portraits

Interviews with Cambridge researchers

Unravelling the travel history of hospital-associated pathogens

An Interview with Prof. Sharon Peacock of Cambridge Infectious Diseases Interdisciplinary Research Centre.

Unravelling the travel history of hospital-associated pathogens - Read More…

Tropical medicine and artemisinin resistance in Thailand

An interview with Professor Nick Day, a member of Cambridge Infectious Diseases Interdisciplinary Research Centre. Professor Day is Director of the Wellcome Trust major overseas programme in Thailand and Laos/The Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medical Research Unit. The unit has over 500 members of staff, and carries out clinical research. June 2011.

Tropical medicine and artemisinin resistance in Thailand - Read More…

Professor Mark Holmes on A novel MRSA in cows..where do we go from here?

An interview on MRSA with Professor Mark Holmes from the Department of Veterinary Medicine, Cambridge Infectious Diseases Interdisciplinary Research Centre.

Professor Mark Holmes on A novel MRSA in cows..where do we go from here? - Read More…

Let’s talk about science: How public engagement can work for you.

A review of Cambridge Infectious Diseases Interdisciplinary Research Centre members experiences with public engagement.

Let’s talk about science: How public engagement can work for you. - Read More…

Dr. Raymond Bujdoso on Flying high with infectious proteins!

An interview on prion diseases with Dr. Raymond Bujdoso and Dr. Alana Thackray, Department of Veterinary Medicine, Cambridge Infectious Diseases Interdisciplinary Centre.

Dr. Raymond Bujdoso on Flying high with infectious proteins! - Read More…

Evolutionary Subterfuge

Prof Mark Carrington’s work on trypanosomes is uncovering new insights into these curious creatures’ life cycles, and how they evade our immune response.

Evolutionary Subterfuge - Read More…

Resisting Antimicrobial Resistance

Cambridge researchers are working to tackle the insidious challenge of antimicrobial resistance.

Resisting Antimicrobial Resistance - Read More…