Scientists Meet Scientists – Virtual TUM-IAS Wednesday Coffee Talk on "The dark side of the immune system: How hyperactive signals drive cancer“ by Prof. Jürgen Ruland


On June 9th, Prof. Jürgen Ruland, Director of the Institute for Clinical Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry at the TUM School of Medicine will give a talk on "The dark side of the immune system: How hyperactive signals drive cancer“ (TUM Press Release).

Prof. Ruland concentrates his research on signaling processes in the immune system, both normal and when deregulated due to disease. With his research group, he investigates how normal immune cells recognize pathogens and initiate immune defense. The group is also examining how pathologically deregulated signals in blood cells lead to the development of cancer. The goal of their research is to provide a basis for therapeutic manipulation of the immune system.

Date: June 9, 2021
Time: 13:00 (until approx.14:00)
Location: online
Registration: Due to the ongoing pandemic, the TUM-IAS Wednesday Coffee talks are currently held online. To register please send an email to events@ias.tum.de.


THE TUM-IAS WEDNESDAY COFFEE TALKS

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