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Unexpected connections between immunity and pathophysiology

Unexpected connections between immunity and pathophysiology

On Thursday 23 November, the researcher Andrés Hidalgo will give a talk in Charles Darwin room of the PRBB.

16.11.2017
Seminario DCEXS Andrés Hidalgo - UPF

Andrés Hidalgo graduated in biological sciences from the Autonomous University of Madrid in 1993, and received his doctorate from the same university in 1999 after working on the control of hematopoietic adhesion, at Joaquín Teixidó’s lab (Center for Biological Research, Madrid). In 2000 he moved to New York, where he focused on understanding the migration processes of leukocytes and hematopoietic stem cells, as well as inflammatory processes, in Paul Frenette's laboratory (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai). After getting a Ramón y Cajal grant, he joined the Department of Atherothrombosis, Image and Epidemiology of the Spanish National Center for Cardiovascular Research (CNIC) as II Junior Researcher in 2008.

Currently, Hidalgo's research focuses on macrophages function, vascular damage caused by the migration of neutrophils and the coordination of platelets.

On November 23 at 11:30 am, the researcher Andrés Hidalgo will give the talk Unexpected connections between immunity and pathophysiology in Charles Darwin room of the PRBB. The principal investigator of the NFAT Protein and Immune System laboratory, Cristina López-Rodríguez, has invited the researcher as part of the DCEXS Seminars program.

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