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Science Cafe on the edge [Dec.9]
【Visit】The 23rd Chinese University Student Delegation to Japan Project
[Internal Event] The 40th IFReC Colloquium [Dec.19]
The 7th WPI Science Symposium in Aichi Pref[Dec.27]
IFReC researchers to the 2018 Osaka University Prize
[IFReC Seminar] Mark S. Sundrud(Nov.19)
Osaka University Co-Creation Day @ EXPOCITY
IFReC participated in "Science Agora 2018"
10th International Symposium of IFReC[Nov.5-6]
Osaka-Heidelberg/Mannheim Sympoium on Immune Plasticity[Nov.8]
School requests for IFReC Visiting Seminars
Integration of genetics and miRNA-target gene network identified disease biology implicated in tissue specificity (Okada group, in NAR)
Pre-Registration Now Open [Symposium]Next Gen Immunology in Health and Disease(Feb.7-8/2019)
Taroh Kinoshita won the Medal with Purple Ribbon.
Apply for IFReC Advanced Postdoc Position
[IFReC Seminar] Eliane Piaggio/Ana-Maria Lennon-Duménil(Oct.29)
[Internal Event] The 39th IFReC Colloquium [Oct.24]
Lipoteichoic acid anchor triggers Mincle to drive protective immunityagainst invasive group A Streptococcus infection (Yamasaki group, in PNAS)
An article Featuring IFReC was published in SANKEI WEST.
Research or work at IFReC -Recruit-
Inducible Nitric Oxide synthase is a key host factor for Toxoplasma GRA15-dependent disruption of the γ interferon-induced antiparasitic human response (Yamamoto group, in mBio)
Clinical implications of monitoring nivolumab immunokinetics in non-small cell lung cancer patients (Shohei Koyama (Kumanogoh Group) in JCI insight)
Advanced-Postdoc Matías José Caldez interviewed by Argentine Media
【Visitor】Nara Prefecture Super Science High School, science tour
Osaka Univ and Otsuka Pharma to Enter into an Executive Licensing Agreement on Novel "CAR-T Cell Therapy" for Multiple Myeloma
[Internal Event] The 38th IFReC Colloquium [Aug.29]
[WPI joint outreach event]Super Science High School Student Fair 2018 [Aug. 8-9]
Sequestration of T cells in bone marrow in the setting of glioblastoma and other intracranial tumors (Shohei Koyama (Kumanogoh Group) in Nature Medicine)
Heme ameliorates the colitis through providing intestinal macrophages with non-inflammatory profiles (Takeda group, in PNAS)