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IRC & GROUP-ID seminars

People in the seminar room

Together with GROUP-ID (http://www.group-id.org: the UGent Multidisciplinary Research Partnership “Ghent Researchers On Unfolded Proteins in Inflammatory Disease”),
the IRC organizes a seminar cycle with outstanding international speakers.
Regular seminars take place on Friday, at 11:30

Other events organized by the IRC:

See also on the UGent web site:







Forthcoming IRC & GROUP-ID Seminars

Friday
22 May 2015
11:30
Host:B. Lambrecht

Dr. Zsuzsanna CALLAERTS-VEGH

KUL, faculty of Psychology, Laboratory of Biological Psychology, Leuven, Belgium


“mINT, an novel mouse behavior core facility"

Friday
29 May 2015
11:30
Host:G. van Loo

Dr. Pieter VAN VLIERBERGHE

Center for Medical Genetics, University Hospital Ghent, Belgium


" Understanding the biology of  T-cell Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia as a prerequisite towards new molecular therapies "

Tuesday
2 June 2015
14:30
Host:M. Lamkanfi

Dr. Christian KLEUSCH

NanoTemper Technologies GmbH, Munich, Germany


" Some like it hot – Biomolecule Analytics using Microscale Thermophoresis (MST)"

Thursday
4 June 2015
9:00
Hosts: B. Lambrecht, R. Beyaert, H. Hammad and D. Elewaut

IRC Minisymposium 2015: "Inflammation Research in Ghent: IRC meets the University Hospital Gent"

More info

Friday
12 June 2015
11:30
Host:S. Janssens

Dr. Harvey MC MAHON

MRC, Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge , UK


" A fast Endophilin-dependent, Clathrin-independent endocytic mechanism"

Wednesday
17 June 2015
16:00
Host:D. Elewaut

Prof. Anne-Marie MALFAIT

Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA


" Unraveling the Neurobiology of Osteoarthritis Pain"

Friday
19 June 2015
11:30
Host: C. Libert

Dr. Lindsey DEVISSCHER

Department of Hepatology, Ghent University Hospital, Ghent


" Metallothioneins as modulators of intestinal inflammation and potential therapeutic targets for IBD"

Friday
26 June 2015
11:30
Host: G. van Loo

Dr. Ken KADWELL

NYU School of Medicine, New York, USA


" Frenemies in the Gut - Infectious Agents That Defy Classification"