The Pawlowic lab studies Cryptosporidium parasites at the University of Dundee in Dundee, Scotland. We are located at the Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives Research and in the Division of Biological Chemistry and Drug Discovery. Our division is home to 3 other parasitology labs (Ferguson, Horn, Field), the Drug Discovery Unit, and drug discovery related research groups (Mode of Action group, medicinal chemists, and PK/PD scientists). Our building houses most of the School of Life Sciences, which includes over 900 scientists in over 80 biological science laboratories. WCAIR also supports a bespoke training program from drug discovery scientists around the world, and has a growing public engagement program rich with arts, theatre, and history.
Dundee is a great place for science, art, and living! Dundee is a coastal city, centrally located in Scotland with great access to spectacular natural beauty, and is an UNESCO city of design with a vibrant art scene.
Our building is home to one of the few science-inspired art galleries. Nearby is Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, a leading school of art and design. The city is undergoing a £1 billion waterfront revitalisation plan that includes the first location of the Victoria and Albert Museum outside of London. All of these factors make it clear why Dundee was listed by Lonely Planet as one of the top 10 European cities to visit in 2018.