Welcome to Immunology at the University of Wisconsin!

Immunology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a collection of basic, translational and clinical immunologists devoted to advancing our understanding of the immune system and how we can harness it to benefit human health.  Our mission is to push the boundaries of immunology and its applications but also to train the next generation of immunologists. Research in the Program in Immunology covers a wide range of research foci including Allergy and Infectious Disease Immunology, Tumor Immunology, Autoimmunity and Transplant Immunology and Basic Immunology and includes investigators spread across 14 departments and 5 graduate training programs.

 

News and Announcements

Lab Scientist Position Available in Dey Lab

Dr. Dey is a neurosurgeon who studies glioma immunology. This scientist position will provide long term scientific and managerial support to the lab for its daily operational and academic work.

Two Postdoc Positions Available in the Klein Lab!

A postdoctoral fellowship position is newly available in the laboratory of Dr. Bruce Klein. Two NIH funded postdoctoral positions/projects are available to study innate and adaptive immunity to fungi.