Radboud Research Round

Theme: Infectious diseases and host response

Date:
13 November 2014 16:00 hrs. - 17:30 hrs.
Location:
Tuinzaal, route 706
Title:
Innate immune memory: a novel concept in host defense
Host(s):

Prof. Mihai Netea, Dept. of Internal Medicine, Radboudumc

13-11-2014 16:00:0013-11-2014 17:30:00Europe/AmsterdamInnate immune memory: a novel concept in host defense Tuinzaal, route 706Rimlsrimls@radboudumc.nl

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Theme: Infectious diseases and host response

 

 

 

Program:

 

 

16.00

Introduction
Leo Joosten (Internal medicine) 

16.05

Epigenetic reprogramming in trained immunity
Colin Logie & Jessica Quintin (Mol Biology & Internal medicine)

16.30

Immunometabolic shifts in trained immunity
James Cheng (Internal medicine)

16.45

The role of autophagy in BCG‐induced trained immunity
Leo Joosten (Internal medicine) 

17.00

Trained immunity and atherosclerosis
Siroon Bekkering (Internal medicine) 

17.15

Discussion
chaired by Leo Joosten (Internal medicine) 

17.30

Research Cafe

  

Topic of the discussion: Trained immunity perspectives for understanding host defense and consequences for therapy

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