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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:





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Forthcoming IRC & GROUP-ID Seminars

Friday
18 April 2014
11:30
Host: P. Vandenabeele

Dr. Beatrice EYMIN
INSERM Unit U823, Team 2 Molecular Basis of Lung Cancer Progression, Institut Albert Bonniot, Grenoble, France
"New functions of the pre-mRNA splicing factor SRSF2 in lung carcinogenesis and response to chemotherapies"
Joint Seminar with the UGent Methulasem Program

Friday
25 April 2014
11:30
Host: S. Janssens

Dr. Steffen JUNG   
Department of Immunology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
"What a difference a place makes - Gut and Brain Macrophages"

Friday
2 May 2014
11:30
Host: B. Lambrecht

Prof. Dr. Ronald Germain   
Trans-NIH Center for Human Immunology, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
"Imaging Immunity: creating a Spatiotemporal Understanding of Host Defense"

Friday
9 May 2014
11:30
Host: C. Libert

Dr. Luís F. FERREIRA MOITA
Innate Immunity and Inflammation Unit, Institute of Molecular Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal
“Anthracyclines induce DNA damage response-mediated protection
against severe sepsis”

Wednesday
14 May 2014
10:00
Host: R. Beyaert
  & D. Elewaut

Dr. Xavier MARIETTE
Department of Rheumatologie, Hôpitaux Universitaires Paris-Sud, France
“A20 and lymphomagenesis in autoimmune diseases”

Monday
19 May 2014

Host: C. Libert & G. van Loo

IRC symposium: "The Non-coding Genome"

Friday
23 May 2014
11:30
Host: X. Saelens

Dr. Gulsah GABRIEL
Heinrich-Pette-Institute, Leibniz Institute for Experimental Virology, Hamburg, Germany
“Host determinants of influenza virus replication
in the mammalian respiratory tract”