Thursday Lunch Lectures

10 | 06 | 2022

Events


Studying HEV transmission along the gut liver axis
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TRR179 Seminar Series - Freiburg

09 | 19 | 2022

Events


Dr. Stefan Jordan, the Head of the Laboratory of Microbiology, Metabolism and Inflammation (LoMMI), Institute of Microbiology, Infectious Diseases and Immunology at the Charité – Universitätsmedizin in Berlin will speak on "Microbiome, Metabolism, Inflammation: Dietary Energy in Immunoregulation and Inflammatory Disease". You are welcome to join in the Hörsaal Virologie, Haus C, EG, Hermann-Herder-Str. 11, Freiburg.

TRR179 Seminar

08 | 09 | 2022

Events


Prof. Dr. Volker Lohmann (University of Heidelberg, Department of Infectious Diseases, Molecular Virology, CIID and TP17) will talk about "Assessing the RNA replication fitness of HCV isolates in cell culture: The return of the ISDR” in the lecture hall in Freiburg (Int. medicine)

TRR179 Thursday Lunch Lecture

06 | 30 | 2022

Events


U. Protzer will talk about "Strategies to cure HBV"!

TRR179 Seminar Series - Heidelberg

06 | 21 | 2022

Events


Dr. Justin Bailey (Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA) will talk about "Convergent evolution of human bNAb lineages associated with control of HCV infection"

Thursday Lunch Lecture

05 | 26 | 2022

Events


PD Dr. Carolin Mogler (Institute of Pathology, TUM School of Medicine, Technical University of Munich ), TP Z02
will speak on Infectious Hepatitis of men and mice!

TRR179 Seminar series Heidelberg

05 | 17 | 2022

Events


Dr. Michael Diamond (Washington University Medical School, St. Louis, USA) will talk about ‘Innate and adaptive immune protection against emerging SARS-CoV-2 variants’

CANADIAN LIVER MEETING 2022

05 | 13 | 2022

Events


CONGRÈS CANADIEN D'HÉPATOLOGIE,
May 13 – 15, 2022 (In-Person & Online)
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Thursday Lunch Lecture

04 | 07 | 2022

Events


My scientific pandemic side-step: Comparing cell manipulation by HCV and SARS-CoV-2
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Thursday Lunch lecture

03 | 03 | 2022

Events


Volker Lohmann (TP17) will talk about "Innate immune response to HAV and HCV infection"

IRTG Cafe

02 | 25 | 2022

Events


Today Joachim Lupberger, a Group Leaderat Inserm U1110 (Strasbourg, France9 will give us an insight into his daily work.

TRR179 Seminar Series Freiburg

02 | 25 | 2022

Events


Prof. Susanne Herold (Gießen) will talk about "Macrophage (re-)programming in viral pneumonia: role in lung injury and stem-cell-mediated repair"

TRR179 Seminar Heidelberg

02 | 15 | 2022

Events


Barbara Rehermann (NIH) will talk about "Immunology of Chronic Hepatitis B and D: Beyond Virus-Specific T Cells"

TRR179 Lunch Lecture

02 | 03 | 2022

Events


The TRR179 Thursday Lunch Lecture in February 2022 will be held on Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 12.00 pm as Zoom meeting.

Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Pichlmair (TP11, TUM Munich) will talk about "Viral nucleic acids: their interactions with cellular proteins and degradation mechanisms"

TRR179 SEMINAR SERIES Heidelberg

01 | 18 | 2022

Events


Dr. Wolfgang Schamel from Freiburg University will talk about ‘Blocking the virus-induced translation shutdown in CoV-infected cells’ on Tuesday, January 18 2022 at 17:15 in our virtual meeting

IRTG Lunch Lecture

01 | 13 | 2022

Events


Today Macro Binder will talk about "The winner takes it all, and COVID19 likes to win – the dynamics of viral replication vs. cell-intrinsic immunity"

TRR179 - Thursday Lunch Lectures

12 | 02 | 2021

Events


Dirk Wohlleber (TP13) will talk about "Plasticity of T cells in the liver during viral infection" during the lunch lecture.

Canadian Liver Meeting 2022

11 | 25 | 2021

Events




The meeting will take place as hybrid meeting on May 13-15th, 2022. Featured amongst others by our cooperation partners CanHepC!
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IRTG Cafe

11 | 23 | 2021

Events


Today Marco Binder is open to talk about his career and to answer questions...

TRR179 Seminar Series Freiburg

11 | 22 | 2021

Events


Dr. Enrico Lugli (Rozzano, Italy) will give a talk about "T cell immune responses in human cancer"