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Kaplan Lab Jul 25
Excited about our new paper out today in Cell by Jon Cohen showing that TRPV1+ neurons provide anticipatory immunity.
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Jonathan Kipnis Aug 8
And we are planning a session for y’all! Stay tuned for details!
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Oliver Härschnitz Mar 5
Really elegant work dissecting the cell-type specific functions of IL-1R1 using a knock in reporter system. Reminder that context is important, both for cell autonomous and non autonomous immune signaling in the CNS!
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Robyn Klein Nov 4
Just two more weeks to register for what's looking to be a great symposium! Come out to on 11/20 to hear talks from an awesome group of researchers, including , Francisco Quintana, Melissa Brown, , and .
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Jessica Teeling Aug 19
We are recruiting! Come and join our lab to work on an exciting project. Apply before 5th September. Please RT
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Danny Nemeth Feb 28
Holding a physical copy of Xiaoyu and my paper in is surreal!!
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Diego Gomez-Nicola Jun 12
Many thanks to for a fantastic meeting on Great discussions and openness about the challenges and opportunities in the field
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M. Elizabeth Deerhake Jul 25
TRPV1+ neurons trigger innate immune response following optogenetic activation or fungal infection in
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Alberto Cruz-Martín Aug 4
My students are using FingRs against PSD95 with expansion microscopy to monitor microglia- dependent phagocytos in prefrontal cortex. Images look very promising!
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Dr Jane Chalmers May 17
Current treatments aim to tickle the neurons in a synapse. We need to start tickling the surrounding immune cells too before we can successfully treat chronic pain. - preaching
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Irene Salinas Jun 4
Excited to share our findings in the olfactory-CNS axis. Last paper of my first PhD student with help from and in the lab as well as great collaborators. Below I summarize our findings
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Katerina Akassoglou May 7
At the 18th Italian Congress in Camogli, one of the most beautiful towns of the Mediterranean coast. Wonderful science presented by a truly amazing community of neuroimmunologists!
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Jenna Pappalardo Feb 24
Thanks ! 😊 Excited about the potential for a new antigen to help understand/diagnose/treat progressive MS. Great work out of the Flügel lab!
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Prof. Akiko Iwasaki Feb 14
I am so excited that is coming to give seminar! Hosted by . Jony's talk will be on "Brain-associated immunity: Unique and ordinary". I hope to see many folks from and others (please RT 😊)!
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Ivan Zanoni Jan 22
Location, location, . One , one , but different types and different effects!
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Oliver Härschnitz May 12
Bored on a rainy Sunday? Why not check out this great review in on the complement system. Great overview, plus some specifics on complement in and the interactions of complement and TLRs!
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Coco Chu Oct 23
Check out our new paper Many thanks to our collaborators - it's a multidisciplinary project; we wouldn't be able to make it without your help!!
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Sarah Lutz Aug 9
Midwest and southern neuroimmunologists, come to St Louis November 20 for a symposium. Thanks Robyn Klein and Anne Cross for including me in this stellar group.
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Irene Salinas May 10
Five years of hard work and an amazing team made it possible! Our paper showing the role of olfactory sensory neurons in antiviral immunity just got accepted in PNAS. Stay tuned folks!
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Anastassia Voronova May 29
Come work in my lab on immune regulation of central nervous precursor cells in remyelination and repair! Merging & to .
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