• McCoy lab attend and participate in the Annual Irish Society for Immunology Conference at Trinity College Dublin

 

The ISI Annual Meeting 2018 was held over a two-day period at the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, a state-of-the-art research facility built around the areas of immunology, cancer and medical devices with links directly to both medical education and industrial collaboration. This year comprised of 200 delegates and had 4 sessions: Immune signaling, Clinical and Translational Immunology, Innate Immunity, and Immunomodulation.

Our senior post-doctoral researcher Jennifer Dowling was invited (for the second year in a row!) for a short talk to present her findings on the role of arginase in macrophage polarization.
Remsha also showcased her data on arginase and macrophage metabolism as a poster at the conference.

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