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Two honored young researchers of ImmunoConcEpT

To launch his scientific career: Thomas Boyer was ranked #1 of the Doctoral School Competition 2021 (Sciences de la Vie et de la Santé). Thomas’ thesis will start in October 2021, on antitumor immunity, supervised by Nicolas Larmonier. Hannah Kaminski recieved “The Biology and Health” Price of the Graduate Research School (Collège des Ecoles Doctorales)… Read more »

2 post-doc positions available in the Appay’s group

Two postdoctoral positions in Immunology are available at the “Vulnerability and Ageing of the Immune System” group within the ImmunoConcept Laboratory of the Bordeaux University, France under the supervision of Victor Appay. Start and Duration of the appointments: From October 2021 for 2 to 3years Complete information here.

Two new reviews on Dnase1L3 !

The latest reviews of the Vanja Sisirak group on self-nucleic acid sensing! Self-Nucleic Acid Sensing: A NovelCrucial Pathway Involved in Obesity-Mediated Metaflammation andMetabolic Syndrome Amandine Ferriere, Pauline Santa, Anne Garreau, Purbita Bandopadhyay, Patrick Blanco, Dipyaman Ganguly and Vanja Sisirak Paper here ! The Role of Nucleases and Nucleic Acid Editing Enzymes in the Regulation of… Read more »

Internships, Job offers

All opportunities to work with us in ImmunoConcEpT Job offers PhD & Post-Doc positions Interships More info : here.

New open access paper in Nat Rev Immunology: "Constitutive immune mechanisms: mediators of host defence and immune regulation"

By S.Paludan, T.Pradeu, S.Masters & T.Mogensen. Abstract The immune system enables organisms to combat infections and to eliminate endogenous challenges. Immune responses can be evoked through diverse inducible pathways. However, various constitutive mechanisms are also required for immunocompetence. The inducible responses of pattern recognition receptors of the innate immune system and antigen-specific receptors of the… Read more »

The latest Gamma-delta T cell paper is online!

Characterization of a unique γδ T cell subset as a specific marker of CMV infection severity Abstract Cytomegalovirus is a major infectious cause of mortality and morbidity following transplantation. We have previously demonstrated that the tissue-associated adaptive Vδ2neg γδ T-cells are key effectors responding to CMV and associated to recovery, contrasting with their innate-like circulating… Read more »

Post Doctoral position in Immunology: Sisirak’s group

Vanja Sisirak is currently inviting applications from enthusiastic postdoctoral candidates to join his team to study how the immune system controls tumor development. The position is supported by the funding from the Siric BRIO program and is available for a 12-month period starting on September 2020, with the possibility for extension. Further information available here…. Read more »

COVID-19: ImmunoConcEpT is proud of its students

Many of our Master and PhD students (Arthur Lacapère, Damien Leleu, Florent Guerville, Florent Peyraud, Gaël Galli, Hadrien Golhen, Hannah Kaminski, Laura Barthod, Marie-Caroline Haudiquet) in the lab have been involved in different tasks launched during the COVID-19 crisis: -The “city-hospital”call platform to respond to general practitioners (plateforme VILLHOP) -SARS-CoV-2 testing in care homes and… Read more »

Latest Dnase1L3 paper in Immunity

Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells and Type I Interferon Promote Extrafollicular B Cell Responses to Extracellular Self-DNA The latest work of Vanja Sisirak together with Boris Reizis identifying how plasmacytoid dendritic cells and type I Interferons promote extra follicular B cell responses to extracellular self-DNA in Dnase1L3 deficient mice and consequently exacerbate lupus pathogenesis. See the article… Read more »

Jonathan Visentin awarded by an EU’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Global Fellowship

A project led by a young, tenured solid organ transplant (SOT) researcher from ImmunoConcEpT laboratory, Dr. Jonathan Visentin, has been awarded by an EU’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Global Fellowship (MSCA-GF). This 3 year project is called “DABAT” (DNA-sensing by AIM2 in activated B cells: novel targets to improve Allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell Transplantation, grant number… Read more »