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Published in PNAS: A new study by Dr Goylette Chami who has recently joined the Wellcome Trust-Cambridge Centre for Global Health Research (WT-CCGHR) at the Department of Pathology.

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Published in Nature: Human fetal dendritic cells promote prenatal T-cell immune suppression through arginase-2

Dr Naomi McGovern says study provides new insights into human immune development and demonstrates the fetal immune system is vastly different to that of the adult.

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A new study from the group of Professor Vassilis Koronakis has just been published in PNAS

MYO6 is targeted by Salmonella virulence effectors to trigger PI3-kinase signaling and pathogen invasion into host cells.

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The Department of Pathology welcomes Professor of Immunology, Klaus Okkenhaug

Professor Klaus Okkenhaug will join the Department of Pathology from 1 October 2017 as its new Professor of Immunology.

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Research Horizons Africa special edition

The latest edition of Research Horizons features the Cambridge-Africa Programme and the research of Professor Ashley Moffett and Dr Dora Pereira.

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Fully-funded PhD Studentships

The Department of Pathology has an excellent reputation in pure biological and biomedical research and is offering funded studentships from October 2017 to work with one of the Research Group Leaders in this large and vibrant Department.

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Athena SWAN

The Department has achieved an Athena SWAN bronze award.

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Professor Christine Watson elected as Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences

Professor Watson is a mammary gland biologist who leads a group of scientists researching how the mammary gland functions and is Professor of Cellular and Molecular Pathology in the Department of Pathology. She has been elected as Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences for her contribution to medical research.

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Ita Askonas Bursaries

The Ita Askonas Bursaries are intended to allow postdoctoral researchers in the fields of infection and immunology to pursue specific research projects or networking opportunities at another institution, either to further their current research project, or to generate new areas of research. Details for the next round of applications will be available soon.

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