The Institute aims to conduct world-leading research that is socially responsive, locally relevant, and applicable internationally.
Our research integrates biological, social, mathematical, clinical and epidemiological fundamental science to take innovations forward using our world leading translation science and topic expertise. Research is focussed within five programmes:
Collaboration and funding
There are 47 research projects currently in progress with a total funding value of over £18M. The Institute is interested in discussing collaborations to develop evaluate interventions to improve health and address inequalities for the benefits of patients and society.
Training and studentships
There are currently 27 PhD students and 33 Master of Public Health students based within the Institute. We endeavour to channel funding in the creation of additional studentships, and also in the support and development of our students.
Postdoctoral Research Associate (Eberl group, Infection & Immunity)
30th May 20132 year postdoc position available in the laboratory of Dr Matthias Eberl, funded by a NIHR i4i product development award (job reference 985BR).