Professor David Haig B.Sc. M.Sc. Ph.D. FRSB
Chair of Animal Infection and Immunity.
School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
University of Nottingham
Sutton Bonington LE12 5RD
Tel : +44 (0) 115 951 6450
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1973-1976. Research assistant to Dr. Ellen Jarrett, Veterinary Parasitology Department, University of Glasgow. Awarded M.Sc. (1976).
1976-1979. Visiting Research Scientist, WHO/PAHO Immunology Research and Training Centre, Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil. Project: To set up a Parasitology laboratory and study immune mechanisms of parasite resistance in mice.
1979-1982. Postgraduate studentship. University of Glasgow. Awarded Ph.D. (1982).
1982-1985. Postdoctoral Research Fellow. University of Glasgow.
1985-1990. Senior Scientific Officer (Immunologist) at the Moredun Research Institute (MRI), Edinburgh.
1990-2002. Principal Scientific Officer, Head of Immunology, Moredun Research Institute.
2002-2007. Head, Division of Virology, Moredun Research Institute.
Wellcome Trust: ‘The hamster as a model for malignant catarrhal fever pathogenesis studies’. (2009-2012). PI
BBSRC. AniMab: Novel recombinant antibody generation for the diagnosis of veterinary infectious disease. £180, 000. 2014-2016. (with Jon Ball).
6. EU H2020. Understanding pathogen, livestock, environment interactions involving bluetongue virus (PALE-Blu). €6.1 million (€1.3M to UoN). 2016-2020.