CANCELED: Swarming Sentinels and Sessile Networks: The Dynamic Spectrum of Innate Immune Surveillance

Tim Lämmermann (Max Planck Institute, Freiburg, Germany)

16 March 2023


Pratical info

12:00 - 13:00
Reduced mobility access

Research in the Lämmermann lab investigates the fundamental cell biological mechanisms that govern innate immune cell movement and positioning for optimal tissue surveillance and host protection. The overall goal of Tim¹s research is to understand how immune cells coordinate and integrate several cell biological, biochemical and mechanical processes (directional sensing, cytoskeletal regulation, cell adhesion, cell migration, phagocytosis, cell death, cell survival, cell-cell communication) that together shape the dynamics of an immune response in complex tissue environments.

Invited by Molly Ingersoll and Emmanuel Donnadieu