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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Lincoln Leads in Medicine Lincoln's medical breakthroughs: The past, present and future. Eric Sidebottom, David Vaux, Mustafa Aydogan, Francesca Donnellan 22 Jan 2018
2 Tropical Medicine in Kenya Professor Kevin Marsh tells us about his research on Tropical Medicine in Kenya. Kevin Marsh 16 Dec 2014
3 Some final words Professor Sir Andrew McMichael speaks about his early days in Oxford, working in immunology. Sir Andrew McMichael 28 Oct 2013
4 Creative Commons The Human Immunology Unit The increasing globalisation of infectious disease is a major challenge to human health. The MRC Human Immunology Unit is a key player in international efforts to combat this threat, and in research into other diseases involving the immune system. Vincenzo Cerundolo 28 Oct 2013
5 Creative Commons Time to escape Dr Nilu Goonetilleke talks about her research within the CHAVI project (NIH Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology). Nilu Goonetilleke 28 Oct 2013
6 Creative Commons African adventures Professor Sarah Rowland-Jones talks about her research on HIV, first in Oxford then in Africa, in Kenya and in The Gambia. Sarah Rowland-Jones 28 Oct 2013
7 New immunoregulatory mechanisms Professor Mike Lenardo speaks about early links between the NIH (National Institute of Health, USA) and the University of Oxford, and their success in setting up the NIH-Oxford-Cambridge DPhil programme. Michael J Lenardo 28 Oct 2013
8 Creative Commons A structural biologist's perspective Professor Yvonne Jones tells us how structural biology was brought into the field of immunology in Oxford, at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics. Yvonne Jones 28 Oct 2013
9 Creative Commons What do we measure and what do we want to learn Professor Zinkernagel speaks about some historical and more recent aspects of immunology. Although we do know a lot, only about half of what we think we know is usually true - we just don't know which half! Rolf Zinkernagel 28 Oct 2013
10 Creative Commons Atherosclerosis and immunity by Professor Chris O'Callaghan Professor Chris O'Callaghan tells us about the role of our immune system in vascular disease. Chris O’Callaghan 11 Jun 2013
11 Creative Commons Atherosclerosis and immunity by Professor Chris O'Callaghan Professor Chris O'Callaghan tells us about the role of our immune system in vascular disease. Chris O’Callaghan 11 Jun 2013
12 Molecular immunology Dr Christian Eggeling tells us how new imaging methods help us understand immunology at the molecular level. Christian Eggeling 29 Apr 2013
13 Molecular immunology Dr Christian Eggeling tells us how new imaging methods help us understand immunology at the molecular level. Christian Eggeling 29 Apr 2013
14 Creative Commons The lymphatic system in immunity and cancer Professor David Jackson tells us about the role of the lymphatic system in immunity and cancer. David Jackson 29 Apr 2013
15 Creative Commons The lymphatic system in immunity and cancer Professor David Jackson tells us about the role of the lymphatic system in immunity and cancer. David Jackson 29 Apr 2013
16 Cutaneous immunology Professor Graham Ogg talks about the role of our skin as a barrier against infection. Graham Ogg 29 Apr 2013
17 Cutaneous immunology Professor Graham Ogg talks about the role of our skin as a barrier against infection. Graham Ogg 29 Apr 2013
18 Creative Commons Towards an HIV vaccine: understanding immunity to HIV infection Sarah Rowland-Jones, Professor of Immunology, gives the 2013 Weatherall Lecture on understanding immunity to HIV infection. Sarah Rowland-Jones 25 Apr 2013
19 Creative Commons Viral vectored vaccine development Professor Sarah Gilbert talks about her work on viral vectored vaccines. Sarah Gilbert 14 Nov 2012
20 Creative Commons Viral vectored vaccine development Professor Sarah Gilbert talks about her work on viral vectored vaccines. Sarah Gilbert 14 Nov 2012
21 Creative Commons Progress in Malaria Vaccine Research Dr Simon Draper tells us about his progress in malaria vaccine research. Simon Draper 11 Sep 2012
22 Creative Commons Progress in Malaria Vaccine Research Dr Simon Draper tells us about his progress in malaria vaccine research. Simon Draper 11 Sep 2012
23 Creative Commons Universal Flu Vaccine Dr Richard Antrobus talks about his research in the development of a universal flu vaccines. Richard Antrobus 26 Jun 2012
24 Creative Commons Universal Flu Vaccine Dr Richard Antrobus talks about his research in the development of a universal flu vaccine. Richard Antrobus 26 Jun 2012
25 Vaccines for Global Health Professor Adrian Hill gives a talk for the Oxford Alumni Weekend 2011 on the past, present and future of vaccines against diseases. Adrian Hill 19 Jun 2012
26 Veterinary Vaccines: Protecting livestock - saving human life Lecture given by Dr Michael Witty, former Chairman, GALVmed, during Human and Veterinary Vaccinology short course November 2011. Michael Witty 16 Mar 2012
27 Effective Introduction of New Vaccines: "the UK experience" Lecture given by Prof David Salisbury, Director of Immunisation, UK Department of Health, during Human and Veterinary Vaccinology short course November 2011. David Salisbury 16 Mar 2012
28 Creative Commons HIV and children in Africa Professor Sarah Rowland-Jones tells us about her work on HIV with children in Africa. Sarah Rowland-Jones 07 Feb 2012
29 Creative Commons Aiming for a HIV vaccine Professor Sir Andrew McMichael tells us about recent developments in the search for a vaccine against HIV. Andrew McMichael 13 Sep 2011
30 Creative Commons Tropical Medicine in Kenya Professor Kevin Marsh tells us about his research on Tropical Medicine in Kenya. Kevin Marsh 19 Jul 2011
31 Creative Commons Tropical Medicine in Kenya Professor Kevin Marsh tells us about his research on Tropical Medicine in Kenya. Kevin Marsh 19 Jul 2011
32 Creative Commons Proteomics and Biomarkers Dr Benedikt Kessler tells us how proteomics helps find biomarkers. Benedikt Kessler 07 Jun 2011
33 Creative Commons Proteomics and Biomarkers Dr Benedikt Kessler tells us how proteomics helps find biomarkers. Benedikt Kessler 07 Jun 2011
34 Creative Commons Spondyloarthritis Professor Paul Bowness tells us about his work on spondyloarthritis. Paul Bowness 12 Apr 2011
35 Creative Commons Spondyloarthritis Dr Paul Bowness tells us about his work on spondyloarthritis. Paul Bowness 12 Apr 2011
36 Creative Commons Iron Metabolism Dr Hal Drakesmith tells us how his work on iron availability can help us fight infections. Hal Drakesmith 15 Mar 2011
37 Creative Commons Sarah Rowland-Jones on HIV/AIDS Conrad Keating interviews Sarah Rowland-Jones, Professor of Immunology and Consultant Physician. The theme of her work is anti-viral immunity with a particular focus on how immune responses modify the outcome of HIV and other viral infections. Sarah Rowland-Jones, Conrad Keating 16 Aug 2010
38 Creative Commons Adrian Hill on Vaccination Research Interview with Professor Adrian Hill, Director of the Jenner Institute for Vaccine Research in which he and student Richard Morton talk about the history of the Jenner Institute and the work currently being done to find TB, HIV and Malaria vaccines. Adrian Hill, Richard Morton 18 Feb 2010
39 Andrew Pollard on Vaccines and Immunisation of Children Dr Andrew Pollard, Reader in Paediatric Infection and Immunity, and Consultant in charge of the Oxford Vaccine Group, discusses childhood diseases, his research into vaccinations, and the problems facing childhood immunisation in the UK and abroad. Andrew Pollard, Oliver Lewis 31 Aug 2008