‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Marie-Claire Arrieta

By |2023-03-14T13:17:44+01:0014.03.2023|

On Wednesday, 03.05.2023 at 3:30 pm, Marie-Claire Arrieta will be the speaker of our next 'Gut, Liver and Friends' seminar. Marie-Claire Arrieta is Associate Professor at the Departments of Physiology & Pharmacology, and Paediatrics at the University of Calgary, Canada. The Arrieta Lab (Welcome to the Arrieta lab) investigates the development of early-life microbiome and the role of [...]

‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Thaher Pelaseyed

By |2023-03-09T16:54:31+01:0009.03.2023|

On Wednesday, 10.05.2023 at 3:30 pm, Thaher Pelaseyed will be the speaker of our next 'Gut, Liver and Friends' seminar. Dr. Thaher Pelaseyed is Assistant Professor at the Department of Medical Biochemistry and Cell Biology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. The Pelasayed Lab investigates the role of membrane mucins in mucosal innate immunity. Research field: 'Our research [...]

‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Philip Ahern

By |2022-12-20T15:50:57+01:0020.12.2022|

On Wednesday, 08.03.2023 at 3:30 pm, Dr. phil. Philip Ahern will be the speaker of our next 'Gut, Liver and Friends' seminar. Philip Ahern is Research Assistant at the Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland, Ohio, USA.  The research interests of his group are: "Research in our group focuses on understanding how homeostasis between the intestinal immune system and [...]

‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Andre Franke

By |2022-12-12T16:54:41+01:0012.12.2022|

on Wednesday, 07.12.2022 at 3:30 pm, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Andre Franke will be the speaker of our next 'Gut, Liver and Friends' seminar. Andre Franke is Director at the Institute of Clinical Molecular Biology at the Christian Albrechts University Kiel, Germany. His Research Interests: "My main scientific interests are the development and establishment of novel high-throughput technologies, the inherent [...]

‘Gut, Liver and Friends’ Seminar with Lesley Hoyles, Nottingham, UK

By |2021-01-07T15:37:13+01:0007.01.2021|

Lesley Holmes is Professor of Microbiome and Systems Biology at Nottingham Trent University, UK. Her work focuses on microbiome research. She combines microbiology and computational biology/bioinformatics approaches in vitro and in vivo to understand how members of the gut microbiota function and influence human health and disease. Find more information here: Lesley Hoyles | Nottingham Trent University

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