Chronic infectious and inflammatory diseases that have no lasting cures are highly complex, involving multi-faceted gene-environment interactions and substantial cross-talk between different biological systems.
Seminars will be presented by the Centre for Infection, Immunity and Inflammation at the University of Ottawa, Roger-Guindon Hall.
- Dr. Aaron Ring (Yale School of Medicine): Engineered cytokines for immunotherapy - December 14, 2018
- Dr. José Arturo Londoño-Vallejo (Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris): RTEL1 safeguards nuclear envelope integrity by preserving RAN-GTP/GDP gradient - December 6, 2018
- Dr. Leigh Anne Swayne (University of Victoria): Pannexin 1 in cortical plasticity - December 6, 2018
- Dr. Kevin Henry (National Research Council of Canada): Adaptive immune receptor repertoire sequencing for molecular dissection for antibody response and engineering novel antibody specificities - November 14, 2018
The uOttawa Flow Cytometry and Virology Core Facility and CI3 are hosting a symposium on Nanoscale Flow Cytometry in Cancer, Infection and Disease.
Join us October 25th and 26th in Amphitheatre A (RGN2005) at Roger Guindon Hall. Please see the attached poster for a list of featured speakers and additional information.