Thursday 2 June 2016

Immune Reprogramming

 This should be good...



PI Seminar Series



Speaker:      Professor Herman Waldmann FRS, FMedSci,

            Professor of Pathology,

Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford


Venue:      Baddiley Clark Seminar Room

Date:                     6th June 2016

Time:               13.00-14.00



Professor Waldmann will present:


‘Mechanisms underlying therapeutic tolerance’




A major goal in immunosuppressive therapy is to provide short-term therapy to achieve long-term benefit.


This has been possible in mouse models using monoclonal antibody intervention.


Here I will summarise what we know about the mechanisms underlying such immune reprogramming with some emphasis on the roles of TGFbeta in the process.




Chair: Professor Andrew Mellor



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