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Welcome to Infectious, Immunity and Non-Communicable Diseases

Explore our range of research.

A Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases

We are an international consortium of researchers from South America, Asia and the UK, seeking new solutions to leishmaniasis and Chagas disease.
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Animal Cells and Systems

Answering the fundamental biological questions, most of which underpin biomedical interests relevant to the bioeconomy, such as age-related disease.
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Centre for Global Infectious Disease

By bridging our Chemistry and Bioscience Departments, we bring together multidisciplinary expertise to tackle challenges in infectious disease.
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Centre for Ethics and Law in the Life Sciences (CELLS)

Innovative teaching and dialogue on the ethical, social and regulatory issues raised by the life sciences, such as issues relating to biotechnology.
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The Cobb Group

We use a range of techniques in synthetic organic chemistry, peptoid & peptide science and fluorine chemistry to biological problems.
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Biomolecular Interactions

Our group addresses fundamental questions such as the recognition of DNA by bacterial proteins and the biophysical basis of allostery.
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Durham Centre for BioImaging Technology

Bioimaging is a rapidly advancing field of new technologies, making hidden structures visible to aid analysis.

Biophysical Sciences Institute

Interdisciplinary science crossing the boundary between biology and the other physical sciences. We offer new insights into fundamental systems.
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