MICROBIOLOGY & IMMUNOLOGY
The Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of British Columbia provides a stimulating environment in which to pursue a graduate or undergraduate research program. Our faculty is internationally recognized for contributions in microbiology, molecular biology and immunology. Students will have the opportunity to experience the most up to date molecular approaches to the study of problems in microbiology and immunology.
Friday, March 20, 2020COVID-19: Valuable resources for studentsThe entire world has come together in a way we’ve never seen before – and people everywhere are creating ways to connect. Here are some important resources for students in response to COVID-19.
Wednesday, March 11, 2020New Faculty member Elitza Tocheva shares the vast possibilities of a career in scienceAt UBC, Elitza Tocheva has found a place where she can both apply what she already knows and be inspired by learning something new. But she wants people to know that there’s more than one ending when it comes to a career in science.
Wednesday, March 4, 2020Microbiology and Immunology awarded with two 2019 Faculty of Science Excellence in Service AwardsOn March 4, 2020, Sarah Woodward and Sue Palichuk were formally presented their awards by Meigan Aronson, Dean, Faculty of Science.
Thursday, January 30, 2020Women in UBC Science: Isobel MouatThis article is one of the many stories celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which takes place every year on February 11.
Wednesday, January 29, 2020Newly renovated home for life sciences allows student research to thriveWe recently celebrated the official opening of the Undergraduate Life Sciences Teaching Laboratories! Formally known as UBC’s Biological Sciences Centre, this new space brings together all undergrads in life and biological sciences into one complex.
Wednesday, January 22, 2020MBIM HON student Laurel Neufeld advances to the finals of the UBC Undergrad 3 Minute Thesis CompetitionLaurel’s first draft of the 3 Minute Thesis, which qualified her for finals, is on “Modeling E.coli infections in the gut.”