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M.Sc.Louise Fremgaard Risnes at the Institute of Clinical Medicine is defending her thesis "Monitoring gluten-specific T-cell repertoire in celiac disease" for the degree of PhD
It is a great pleasure to welcome you a to an open seminar hosted by the KG Jebsen Coeliac Disease Research Centre. The key lecturers, Professors Arnold Han and David Price, are visiting Oslo in relation to Louise F. Risnes's doctoral defense.
Title: To be announced
Title: Single-cell transcriptom sequencing to explore immune cell heterogeneity
Title: Dissecting antibody repertoires using systems immunogenomics
Title: Investigating plasma cells in coeliac disease using single-cell RNA-sequencing and clonal inference
M.Sc. Lene Støkken Høydahl at the Institute of Clinical Medicine is defending her thesis "Novel reagents for studies of antigen presentation in celiac disease" for the degree of PhD
It is a great pleasure to welcome you a seminar co-hosted by the KG Jebsen Coeliac Disease Research Centre, the Norwegian Society of Immunology and the UiO FOCIS CoE. All welcome!
The J CoDiRC annual retreat 2018 takes place at Kleivstua from February 13-14
Title: Use of archival intestinal biopsy blocks for mass spectrometry based proteomics in celiac disease
Title: The G1m allotypes in multiple sclerosis (and beyond?)
Title: "Gluten-reactive cells of celiac disease patients are confined within a distinct CD4+ T-cell subset that is common to autoimmune diseases"
Title: Transcriptional profiling of intestinal plasma cell population in Celiac disease
Title: "Are celiac disease associated genetic variants disrupting regulatory elements in gluten specific T-cell clones?"
Title: Longevity and functions of T cells in the gut – implications for organ rejection
Title: "A clinical trial to dissect the transcriptional programme of gluten-specific T cells"
Title: Single-cell transcriptome profiling of gluten-specific CD4+ T cells
Are you interested in learning more about how ‘omics’ can learn us more about the interplay between genes, environment, and disease?
Title: The role of gluten-specific CD4+ T cells in Celiac Disease
Retreat for the K.G. Jebsen Coeliac Disease Research Centre at Kleivstua, March 8th to 9th 2017.
Title: The TRBV7-2 bias of the HLA-DQ2.5 restricted gliadin response in Celiac disease is shaped by germline-encoded T cell receptor TRAV-MHC imprints
Title: Results of a double-blind placebo-controlled cross-over challenge in individuals with self-reported gluten sensitivity
Speaker: Chakravarthi Kanduri (Sandve group)
Title: “The role of mucins for gut immunity”