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WHRI Research Seminar Series

Seminars normally occur alternate Mondays starting at 12:45pm in the Derek Willoughby Lecture Theatre (unless stated otherwise).

Please email Dr Sian Henson for further information or call +44(0) 20 7882 2100. 

Upcoming seminars

2018

22 January 2018
Seminar title: Transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation of cytokine genes during inflammation
Speaker: Dr Stanislas Goriely, Universit√© Libre de Bruxelles 
Host: Dr Ezra Aksoy (Biochemical Pharmacology) - Contact

05 February 2018
Seminar title: TBC
Speaker: Dr Soo-Hyun Kim, St Georges, University of London
Host: Dr Claudio Mauro (Endocrinology) - Contact

26 February 2018
Seminar title: TBC
Speaker: Dr Michael Aurrand-Lions
Host: Dr Tom Nightingale (Microvascular Research) - Contact

12 March 2018
Seminar title: Molecular danger response after polytrauma
Speaker: Professor Markus Huber-Lang, University Hospital Ulm
Host: Professor Chris Thiemermann (Translational Medicine and Therapeutics) - Contact

19 March 2018
Seminar title: TBC
Speaker: Dr Iannacome Matteo, San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan
Hosts: Dr Sian Henson - Contact / Dr Suchita Nadkarni - Contact

26 March 2018
Seminar title: Organ protection by antimicrobial/host-defence peptides
Speaker: Dr Lukas Martin
Host: Professor Chris Thiemermann (Translational Medicine and Therapeutics) - Contact

16 April 2018
Seminar title: TBC
Speaker: Dr Anna-Marie Fairhurst, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore
Host: Professor Nick Goulding (Biochemical Pharmacology) - Contact

14 May 2018
Seminar title: TBC
Speaker: Professor Karsten Schroer
Host: Professor Chris Thiemermann (Translational Medicine and Therapeutics) - Contact

Contact

For further information on the WHRI Research Seminars please contact one of the seminar organisers. 

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