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Tue, 05/06/2018
21st Meeting on T-Cells, Subsets and Functions
Marburg. SFB-PI Prof. Dr. Tobias Bopp & Prof. Dr. Magdalena Huber are chairing this year’s “21st Meeting on T-Cells, Subsets and Functions“ in Marburg. The two-day conference covers all recent aspects of T cell subsets, including Th1, Zh2, Th17, CD8 NKT and regulatory T cells When?: Thursday, June 21, 12.00 – 8.00 PM and Wednesday, […]...more
Fri, 25/05/2018
SFB/CRC-TR 128 retreat in Munich
Munich. The CRC-TR 128 “Multiple Sclerosis” cordially invites all its members – principal investigators as well as associated scientists and young investigators – to meet for a general scientific update, discussion and exchange at this year’s retreat. In addition to the PI meeting there will be a one-day conference especially for young investigators. When?: Thursday […]...more
Tue, 10/04/2018
Lecture: Environmental influence on the immune system
Mainz. The Research Center for Immunotherapy (FZI) and CRC 1292 are happy to welcome SFB 128 PI Prof. Karin Loser, MD, as a guest lecturer at their immunological seminar. Prof. Loser will talk about “Control of Immune responses by the environment”. When?: Thursday, April 26, 5:00 PM Where? University Medical Center Mainz, building 708, seminar […]...more


Tue, 10/04/2018 | Lecture: Environmental influence on the immune system

Mainz. The Research Center for Immunotherapy (FZI) and CRC 1292 are happy to welcome SFB 128 PI Prof. Karin Loser, MD, as a guest lecturer at their immunological seminar. Prof. Loser will talk about “Control of Immune responses by the environment”.
When?: Thursday, April 26, 5:00 PM
Where? University Medical Center Mainz, building 708, seminar room 2
Prof. Loser is assistant professor of immunology, head of the department of immunology and cell biology of the skin at the University of Münster. Her research focusses on the regulation of inflammation, anti-tumoral and anti-microbial immunity in the skin. Witin the CRC 128, Prof. Loser and Prof. Wiendl are Co-PIs of the project A 10 on “skin-sensing environmental factors and their impact on the development of multiple sclerosis.