Dr. David Masopust, Principal Investigator, Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Minnesota, presents "CD8 T cell Immunosurveillance." Dr. Masopust is the immunologist featured this week at the
After a successful start of the IUIS second Webinar Series: Immunology without Borders, the next live webinar on “Hyperinflammation: hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis and macrophage activation syndrome” with Fabrizio de Benedetti on May 24!
IUIS collaborates with Frontiers & immunopaedia, on a series of biweekly, expert commentaries
Dr. Gabriel Nuñez, Paul de Kruif Endowed Professor of Pathology, has generously volunteered to present a seminar entitled "Planning Your Scientific Career After the Thesis Defense," in which he will share with graduate students
Bregs are provided in the gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT) as a result of the interaction between the gut microbiota and the innate immune system (Rosser et al., 2014). Mice depleted of endogenous bacteria following administration of broad-spectrum antibiotics do not develop arthritis or Bregs, suggesting an intricate relationship between
Dr. Kanneganti is known for discoveries elucidating functions of innate immune receptors, inflammasomes, and inflammatory cell death. Her work has identified roles for NLRP3, ZBP1, and inflammasomes in infection and inflammation and synergy beneath cell death pathways, establishing the concept of PANoptosis and its implications in infectious,
Dr. Rezaee’s research lab studies the impact of viral infection and environmental factors on airway epithelial barrier and inflammation. The lab focuses on signaling pathways responsible for the change in the integrity of airway epithelial junctional complexes following RSV infection-an area with many ambiguities. Multiple epidemiologic studies