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Over the past several decades, Immunobiology has emerged to stand at the forefront of biomedical research, and is likely to remain there for many decades to come.  Many fascinating fundamental problems in host:microbe interaction are still out there to be resolved. But more importantly, vast areas of modern medicine cannot progress without an adequate understanding of the microbial and immunological aspects of diseases and the discovery of...

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The Kuhns Lab was featured in "Do Old Helper T-Cells Remember More?"  (click the link to read more).   By looking at an aging mouse's response to West Nile virus, researchers at the UA have discovered that the immune system's CD4 T-cells, which remember pathogens they've seen before...
  Janko Nikolich-Žugich, MD, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board for the American Aging Association, Bowman Professor and Head of the Department of Immunobiology recently authored a paper, "Preparing for an Aging World: Engaging Biogerontologists, Geriatricians, and the Society", freatured in th...
IMB Department Members, Kristian Doyle, Ph.D. and Thuy-Vi Nguyen, Ph.D., will be putting on a 1 hour webinar on Advancing neuroimmunology: Untangling biomarkers in the brain.  Brief Description:Unraveling how the immune and nervous systems interact has helped advance our understanding of many...

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