Centre for Infection, Immunity and Disease mechanisms, Biosciences
Dr. Uday Kishore, a cellular and molecular immunologist, is the Director of the Centre for Infection, Immunity and Disease Mechanisms, Brunel University, London. He researches on the role of innate immunity in a range of disease processes and therapeutic interventions. He earned his MSc and PhD from University of Delhi, India. He has previously been a NASA Fellow at Salk Institute, USA, MRC Fellow at Oxford, and Humboldt Fellow in Germany. He has authored over 100 research papers, 20 book chapters, 2 patents and edited 3 books. He is also the recipient of MRC Inventor’s prize, European Commission Young Scientist prize, and, more recently, Mother Teresa Excellence Award 2014.
cellular and molecular immunology