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Novel Insights into Human Natural Killer Cell Development

Feb
03
11:00 am to 12:00 pm

The Immunobiology Seminar Series presents:  "Novel Insights into Human Natural Killer Cell Development"

Emily Mace, PhD
Emily Mace, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pediatric Immunology
Columbia University Irving Medical Center

The overarching goal of research in the Mace lab is to dissect human NK cell development and acquisition of function. The team does this through cell biological investigation of the contact-dependent mechanisms of NK cell differentiation and the role that cell migration plays in this process. In addition, they define novel requirements for human NK cell development through the study of individuals with rare primary immunodeficiencies that lead to impaired NK cell maturation. They have expertise in multiscale, multidimensional imaging and image analyses and in vitro modeling of human innate immune cell development.

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Feb
03
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Friday, February 3, 2023 - 11:00am
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AUDIENCE

Faculty, Staff, Students
University of Arizona Health Sciences
College of Medicine – Tucson

LOCATION

Tucson area
Health Sciences – Tucson
Drachman Hall
Room B111
1295 N. Martin Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719

CONTACT

Polly Haffner
College of Medicine – Tucson
Department of Immunobiology