Welcome to the website of the Immunology Research Group of the University of Saskatchewan. Here you can find out about our mandate, our researchers, their projects, interests and students, the classes we teach, and some links to websites important to immunologists in Canada.
The Immunology Research Group was formed during the early
months of 2003 by a consortium of our university's immunologists. We comprise
a large number of scientists from some five departments at the University
of Saskatchewan as well as five associated research or diagnostic organizations.
Our mandate is to foster immunology research within our community that
is recognized both nationally and internationally for its excellence.
Given that our discipline intersects deeply with so many others, our researchers
focus their efforts on an array of specialities, including tumour and
transplant immunology, allergy and asthma, infectious diseases, inflammation,
toxicology, basic immunology and immunoregulation, at the molecular, cellular,
and organismal levels.
Last updated: November 28, 2012