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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
6 March 2015
11:30
Host:C. Libert

Dr. Roos VANDENBROUCKE

Department of Biomedical Molecular Biology, Inflammation Research Center, VIB-UGent, Belgium
The choroid plexus epithelium plays a crucial role in inflammatory diseases: from matrix metalloproteinases to extracellular vesicles”

Wednesday
18 March 2015
11:00
Host:B. Lambrecht

In collaboration with the Princess Lilian Foundation

Dr. Bruno KYEWSKI

DKFZ, German Cancer Research Center, Developmental Immunology, Heidelberg, Germany
“Gene expression in thymic epithelial cells and T-cell tolerance”

Friday
3 April 2015
11:30
Host:C. Libert & R. Vandenbroucke

Dr. Viorica BRANISTE

Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
“The blood-brain-barrier - a new player involved in the microbiota - gut - brain communication”

Friday
24 April 2015
11:30
Host:C. Libert

Prof. Stefano BRUSCOLI

Department of Internal Medicine, University of Perugia, Italy
“Glucocorticoid-Induced Leucine Zipper (GILZ): effector of Glucocorticoid anti-inflammatory activity and beyond”

Friday
8 May 2015
11:30
Host:G. van Loo & L. Vereecke

Dr. Marie JOOSSENS

Laboratory of Molecular Bacteriology, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Rega institute, KULeuven, Belgium
“Fecal microbiota transplantation in inflammatory bowel disease”

Friday
15 May 2015
11:30
Host:C. Libert

Dr. Peggy SOTIROPOULOU

Université libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium
“To die or not to die upon Brca1 deletion? A skin deep dilemma.”