Seminare 2015

Referent Affiliation Titel Gastgeber Datum
Stipan Jonjic University of Rijeka NKG2D independent immune function of RAE-1: enhanced CD8 T cell response induced by CMV vector expressing RAE-1 gamma Chiara Romagnani 16.01.2015
Sascha Tierling Universität des Saarlandes Deciphering the epigenome: A survey on Next-Generation-Sequencing-based approaches Christina Zielinski 27.02.2015
Stephen M. Anderton University of Edinburgh Therapeutically silencing effector and memory T cells in autoimmune and allergic inflammation Simon Fillatreau 03.03.2015
Georgia Fousteri San Raffaele Research Institute, DRI Follicular helper and regulatory T cell dynamics in the peripheral blood, spleenand pancreatic lymph nodes during progression to type 1 diabetes Hans-Dieter Volk 25.03.2015
Gennady A. Bocharov Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow Mathematical models for the analysis and prediction of immune responses Ria Baumgrass 13.04.2015
Joachim L. Schultze Universität Bonn Epigenetic regulation of transcriptional regulators in human macrophage activation Alf Hamann 18.06.2015
Zhuo Fang Eli Lilly Research and Development, Shanghai Computational identification of circRNAs from next-generation sequencing data Mir-Farzin Mashreghi 06.07.2015
Thomas Clavel Technische Universität München Gut microbiota dysbiosis in experimental ileitis: from ecosystem to single strains Ria Baumgrass 14.07.2015
Ronen Alon Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Investigating Leukocyte Trafficking Andreas Radbruch 07.08.2015
Yoshiya Tanaka University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan Kinase inhibition and translational aspects in rheumatoid arthritis Thomas Dörner 24.08.2015
Andrew Brooks University of Melbourne Receptor polymorphism and its impact on NK cell recognition of HLA class I molecules Chiara Romagnani 03.09.2015
Péter Károly Jani Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest Bovine FcRn receptor overexpression in mice enlarges germinal center responses Andreas Radbruch 19.10.2015
Carole Guillonneau INSERM UMR1064 – Center of Research in Transplantation and Immunology, Nantes IL-34-secreting CD8+ Tregs: new players in immune tolerance Hans-Dieter-Volk 14.12.2015


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