The aim of this project is to study the behaviour of innate immune cells following pulmonary viral infections in order to develop new targeted therapeutic strategies.
Grégory Ehx, en collaboration avec plusieurs équipes canadiennes, a créé ce programme informatique, rendu libre d'accès, permettant de découvrir des cibles de choix pour créer des vaccins anti-cancer.
Funded under the MecaTech/BioWin call for projects 36, this new tool is the result of a consortium between Cytomine, ZORGI, ULiège and ULB.
Thomas Marichal’s team publishes in Nature Immunology this fundamental discovery that suggests a greater involvement of cell proliferation in the functioning of our immune system
The Laboratory of Pneumology (GIGA-I3, Dr. Florence Schleich and Catherine Moermans) publishes an article showing that sputum biomarkers can predict remission in severe asthma.
She receives this prize, rewarding young European talents in immunology and allergology, for her work on the role of neutrophils and "neutrophil extracellular traps" in allergic asthma onset and in lung homeostasis.
Congratulations to all researchers obtaining a new FNRS mandate !
Yesterday, Minister Valérie Glatigny presented the Baillet Latour Biomedical Award of 1.000.000€ to Thomas Marichal for his research project in the field of respiratory viral infections.
A review published by Vincent Geenen (Laboratory of Immunoendocrinology) in Seminars in Immunopathology.
The team from the Hematology Laboratory (GIGA-I3), led by Yves Beguin, highlights the theranostic potential of these antibody fragments in the diagnosis and treatment of multiple myeloma.
Severe asthma symptoms worsen with drug indicated for psoriasis and Crohn's disease.
A collaboration between teams from the Cellular and Molecular Immunology and Penumology Laboratories suggests that treatment with IL5-neutralizing antibodies spares residual circulating eosinophils