Contact

General enquiries including industrial collaborations, resources and facilities

Email us on infection-immunity@bristol.ac.uk 

Admissions enquiries

Infection and Immunity at the University of Bristol is a vibrant multidisciplinary community embracing a wide range of approaches to tackling the challenges of immune health and disease in the 21st Century. 

If you are a prospective student or have any admissions queries please go the relevant webpages, where full details on courses, fees and funding can be found.

Undergraduate admissions

Postgraduate admissions 

Further postgraduate support is offered by the Bristol Doctoral College

Bristol BioBank

The Bristol Biobank stores samples collected from patients and healthy volunteers for use in biomedical research. Researchers in Bristol and beyond can apply to use these samples in their research. The collection of a wide range of samples will provide a platform for research into complex conditions.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Bristol Biobank please contact Claire Matthews, Bristol Biobank Manager. 

Information for patients


Please be advised that this website has been created to stimulate research collaborations and cannot provide information or advice to those affected by illness or disease. Please use the NHS website to obtain information for patients.

Take Part in Infection and Immunity Research

You can ask your doctor or a patient organisation if they know of any clinical trials that you may be eligible to join. 

Be Part of Research

The National Institute for Health Be Part of Research website can help you find out about health and social care research taking place in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, including clinical trials. 

WHO International Clinical Trials

The World Health Organization's Clinical Trials Search Portal provides access to clinical trials in countries all around the world.

Charities

For some health conditions, you can find out about clinical trials from the websites of charities. Examples are:

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