Gut, Liver and Friends Seminar with Professor Jochen Hühn, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig

Professor Hornef und Professor Hühn

Gut & Friends Seminar with Prof. Jochen Hühn, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig

On September 4th , 2019, our seminar guest Jochen Hühn has provided fascinating insights into ‘How neonatal infections and microbial colonization affect T cell differentiation’. Jochen Hühn is an expert in the field of T regulatory cells and has been analyzing the influence of tissue conditions for T cell priming for many years. His talk was followed by a ‘Meet the Speaker’ Session specifically aimed at young scientists to encourage discussion and scientific exchange.

References:

Pezoldt J, Pasztoi M, Zou M, Wiechers C, Beckstette M, Thierry GR, Vafadarnejad E, Floess S, Arampatzi P, Buettner M, Schweer J, Fleissner D, Vital M, Pieper DH, Basic M, Dersch P, Strowig T, Hornef M, Bleich A, Bode U, Pabst O, Bajénoff M, Saliba AE, Huehn J. Neonatally imprinted stromal cell subsets induce tolerogenic dendritic cells in mesenteric lymph nodes. Nat Commun. 2018 Sep 25;9(1):3903.

Pasztoi M, Pezoldt J, Beckstette M, Lipps C, Wirth D, Rohde M, Paloczi K, Buzas EI, Huehn J. Mesenteric lymph node stromal cell-derived extracellular vesicles contribute to peripheral de novo induction of Foxp3+ regulatory T cells. Eur J Immunol. 2017 Dec;47(12):2142-2152.

Studentendiskussion mit Professor Hühn

Studentendiskussion mit Professor Hühn

Studenten während des Vortrags