Infection & Immunity news
15 AugMalawian cycling representatives in Glasgow for the 2023 UCI World Cycling Championships recently took time out from their sporting endeavours to visit the University of Glasgow.
19 JulWe were thrilled to learn that the School of Infection & Immunity's Professor Margaret Harnett is the recipient of the prestigious 2023 Tenovus Medal.
11 JulEveryone at the School of Infection & Immunity sends our warmest congratulations to the Sii Class of 2023 on their recent graduation.
06 JulWe are proud to announce that the School of Infection & Immunity's Dr Laura McCaughey is the recipient of a Teaching Excellence Award as part of the Life Sciences Portfolio RSB Accreditation Team.
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Animal African Trypanosomiasis
Mon, 15 Mar 2021 07:15:00 GMT
Scientists looking at the evolution of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, have found that since December 2019 – and for the first 11 months of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic – there has been very little ‘important’ genetic change observed in the hundreds of thousands of sequenced virus genomes.