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Adapting to life in the liver: An immune cell perspective

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Subject area
Medicine, Health
Course date

Duration

One hour (5 to 6pm)

Academic direction
UCL
Cost

Free

UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences presents its April Public Lecture which is dedicated to World Liver Day with a talk about immune cells in the liver. 

Location: Online

You could say we are all continually influenced by our location, environmental factors, the people we encounter, and even how hungry we are at a given moment. Immune cells are no different. In this upcoming FMS Public Lecture I will discuss how the identity and function of immune cells is influenced by such factors. We will focus on a subset of immune cells in the human liver known as ‘resident T cells’ that are highly specialised, trained assassins, that help to control infections and tumour cell growth.

This virtual lecture will be followed by a Q&A with our speaker Dr Laura Pallett.

Follow the conversation on Twitter: #FMSLectures

Accessibility

This event will take place online. A link to the event will be sent to you prior to the event start time.

Live captioning is available for this event.

We aim to make our events as inclusive as possible. If you have any accessibility requirements or enquiries that are not covered in this profile, please contact the events team at fms.education@ucl.ac.uk. Please allow as much time as possible before the event to ensure we are able to make reasonable adjustments.

Course requirements

Open to all.