Paul Moss

Paul Moss

Colleges, School and Institutes

Biography

Professor Moss is Director of Research and Knowledge Transfer at the University of Birmingham and Chairman of the Infection and Immunity Board at the Medical Research Council.  He served previously as Chair of the Cancer Research UK Clinical and Translational Research Committee. 

Research interests

Research Themes
Cancer Cell Biology, Clinical Trials, Tumour Immunology and Immune/Gene Therapy, Viral Oncology

Research Activity

Professor Moss’s research is focussed around the application of translational immunological research in the study of human disease. His current research group includes clinical and non-clinical research scientists working on a range of different projects:

  • The role of cytomegalovirus infection in human health and disease
  • Mechanisms of graft-versus-leukaemia following stem cell transplantation
  • The immune response against cancers
  • The Immunology of pregnancy
  • The role of DARC mutation in the development of ethnic neutropenia

Willingness to take PhD students

Yes

PhD projects

Professor Moss' current research group includes clinical and non-clinical research scientists working on a range of different projects:

The role of cytomegalovirus infection in human health and disease
Mechanisms of graft-versus-leukaemia following stem cell transplantation
The immune response against cancers
The immunology of pregnancy
The role of DARC mutation in the development of ethnic neutropenia