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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...

 

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...

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...

 

The Department of Immunobiology is teaming up with campus and community resources to kick off the semester with a Wellness Day! We know how dedicated you all are to what you do and we want to remind you to take care of you!

 

 

The following free...

Dr. Janko Nikolich-Žugich is the proud recipient of two honors from the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), the world’s oldest and largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to research, education, and practice in the field of aging.

 

He was awarded the following...

The University of Arizona has long recognized the importance of assessment and evaluation in improving the quality of its academic and support programs for students. Rather than viewing assessment as a reaction to demands for accountability, it is viewed as a continuous source of knowledge for...

The 44th annual American Aging Associate (AGE) meeting: Aging and Geroscience:  New Approaches to Old Problems will be held in Marina Del Rey, CA from May 30th to June 1st and will include leading aging researchers from the UK, Japan, Canada and the US. This...

The Tenth Annual Frontiers in Immunobiology & Immunopathogenesis Symposium is on Friday March 13th, 2015. The Symposium Agenda is is now available...

The study, funded by a $2.3 million five-year NIH grant, is critically important to understanding how to improve older adults’ responses to vaccination against the infectious diseases that remain among the major causes of mortality of those over age 65.

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