Department of Immunology

June 30, 2020

Live Event – UW Immunology Research Presents

Join us for a live presentation and discussion with members of the University of Washington’s Department of Immunology.

These featured researchers are working on discovering how the immune system functions across various organs during parasite infection, vaccination, and allergy. These studies are important for understanding how humans and other mammals combat infection in tissues like the intestine and lung, how we can build better vaccines, and how we can develop therapies for allergic diseases. Brief presentations will highlight some of the work being done in these three labs, and is geared toward he non-scientist as part of our effort to make our work understandable to our whole community. You will be able to ask any questions you have with the scientists engaged in this research. The panel will include three members of the University of Washington’s Dept. of Immunology. Please join us and learn how Immunology research is critical to our health!

Topic: Parasite Infections, Vaccinations, and Allergies
When: Jul 22, 2020 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Please register in advance for this meeting:
**After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the link to join the meeting.**

Assistant Professor Elia Tait Wojno, Ph.D. Learn more about the Tait Wojno Lab.

Assistant Professor Jakob von Moltke, Ph.D. Learn more about the Moltke Lab.

Assistant Professor Michael Gerner, Ph.D. Learn more about the Gerner Lab.












This event is sponsored by the UW Department of Immunology and The Glenmede Trust Company






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