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12:00 - 13:00 4 June 2015

Autophagy regulates intestinal inflammation by controlling CD4+ T cell homeostasis


LT3 | Royal Free Campus (link Map)
Rowland Hill Street | Hampstead | London | NW3 2PF | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Student

UCL Institute of Immunity and Transplantation Royal Free Campus External Speaker programme.

Speaker: Dr Kevin Maloy, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford.

Kevin has a long-standing interest in studying the host-pathogen interactions, with a focus on the role of CD4+ T cells. Kevin carried out his post-doctoral work in the labs of Profs. Rolf Zinkernagel and Hans Hengartner at the University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland, before coming back to the UK to work with Professor Fiona Powrie. He subsequently developed his own independent research group with a Wellcome Trust career development award and is currently the recipient of a Wellcome Trust New Investigator award. His lab now focuses on host-bacterial interactions in chronic intestinal pathology, with particular interest on the role of host innate immune receptors in intestinal homeostasis.

If you would like to talk to Kevin Maloy on the day please contact Clare Bennett (c.bennett@ucl.ac.uk).


Professor David Sansom (Immunology) and Dr Clare Bennett (Haematology)
Please email | d.sansom@ucl.ac.uk; c.bennett@ucl.ac.uk