The Edinburgh Immunology Group Seminar: Matt Hepworth (University of Manchester) - The role of antigen presenting ILC3 in health and disease

  • Title:  The role of antigen presenting ILC3 in health and disease
  • When:  Thursday 12 October 2017
  • Time:  4 pm
  • Location:  Lecture Theatre 3, Ashworth Labs, Kings Buildings
  • Host:  David Donaldson (david.donaldson@roslin.ed.ac.uk)

About the speaker

Matthew was appointed as a Sir Henry Dale Fellow in 2016. He undertook his PhD with Richard Grencis and post-doctoral training in the laboratories of Susanne Hartmann (Berlin), Gregory Sonnenberg and David Artis (UPenn/Weill Cornell Medical College). His laboratory focuses on the regulation of inflammation at mucosal barrier tissues.

For more information please see his lab website

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If you would like to meet with Matt during the day (he is available on Friday morning too) or go out for dinner after the seminar, please email David Donaldson (david.donaldson@roslin.ed.ac.uk) directly. 

There will be a meet the student session for PhD Students and early career post-docs at 3.15pm before the seminar, please contact (samir.watson@ed.ac.uk) for more information. Please join us for drinks, nibbles and discussion after the seminar at 5pm, this seminar has been kindly sponsored by Biolegend.

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