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IRC & GROUP-ID seminars

People in the seminar room

B. Lambrecht

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

Thursday
18 September  2014
14:00
Host: B. Lambrecht

Dr. Cristina MUÑOZ-PINEDO
IDIBELL, Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute, Barcelona, Spain
"Killing cancer cells by inhibiting glucose metabolism"

Friday
3 October 2014
11:30
Host: B. Lambrecht

Dr. Dietmar ZAISS
Ashworth Laboratories, Institute of Immunology & Infection Research,
The University of Edinburgh School of Biological Sciences, Edinburgh, UK
"How the EGF-R orchestrates immunity, inflammation and tissue repair"

Tuesday
7 October  2014
9:30
Host: IRC & FWO

Joint meeting with the FWO Scientific Research Network
“ Signal transduction in Inflammation and Immunity”

IRC Minisymposium: “Cell Signaling in Inflammation and Immunity”

Friday
17 October 2014
11:30
Host: X. Saelens

Dr. Jason McLELLAN
The Department of Biochemistry, Geisel School of Medicine in Dartmouth, Hannover NH, USA
 “Structural basis of antibody-mediated neutralization of RSV”

Friday
24 October  2014
11:30
Host: C. Libert

Dr. Stefan LIENENKLAUS
Molecular Immunology, Helmholtz Center for Infection Research, Braunschweigh, Germany
"Optical imaging of IFN-beta in growing tumors:
Cellular sources and induction pathways
"

Friday
14 November  2014
11:30
Host: S. Janssens

Dr. John BETHEA
Department of Biology, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA
"The role of astrocytes in regulating CNS neuroinflammation and disease progression in EAE"

Friday
5 December  2014
11:30
Host:

Dr. Allan MOWAT
Institute of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Glasgow, UK
“Heterogeneity of intestinal macrophages and dendritic cells”