Molecular Pathology Research Group

 

Our research combines molecular and cellular immunology to understand the immune system. The main focus is to understand the transcriptional and epigenetic regulation in cells involved in immune response and tolerance. The molecular control elements are involved in every functional cellular change of the immune system including the differentiation of lymphoid or myeloid compartment and responses to various outside stimuli. We apply experimental models and techniques of molecular and cell biology to tackle scientific questions in our research area.

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Doctoral theses

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Doctoral defence: Marilin Ivask “Transcriptomic and metabolic changes in the WFS1-deficient mouse model”

On 29 Novembril at 15:00 Marilin Ivask will defend her doctoral thesis „Transcriptomic and metabolic changes in the WFS1-deficient mouse model“.
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Seminar by Prof Gregory Lavieu

Seminar by Professor Gregory Lavieu