Recent Activities of the TATI group

Nov 14, 2016: G. Pawelec: "Immunity and ageing: causes and consequences of immunosenescence in humans."

Departmental Seminar, Center for Aging, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA; invited by Prof. M. Jaswinski.

Oct 19, 2016: G. Pawelec:"Immune Parameters Associated with Mortality in the Elderly are Context-Dependent: Lessons from Sweden, Holland and Belgium."

Lecture at the Biology of Aging: Paving the way for healthy aging conference, Montreal, CAN;  invited by Prof. T. Fülöp. 

Sep 30-Oct 1, 2016: "Adult Vaccines European Futuring Collaborative" , organized by Pfizer in Zurich (SUI).

Interview with Prof. Pawelec  [Video].

Sep 26, 2016: G. Pawelec: "Clonal T cell cultures as models of immune cell ageing."

Lecture at the Cell Fates and Aging Conference, Dubrovnik-Cavtat, Croatia; invited by Profs. J. Campisi and J. Vijg.

Sep 23, 2016:  G. Pawelec:  "Immunosenescence and cancer."

Lecture at the 10th European Biogerontology Congress, Warsaw, PL; invited by Prof. E. Sikora.

Sep 16, 2016: G. Pawelec: "Immunotherapy of Cancer: Triumphs and Challenges."

Visiting Professor Lecture at Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK; invited by Prof. G. Pockley. 

Aug 11, 2016: G. Pawelec: "Immunosenescence and Cancer: is there an 'Immune Risk Profile' in cancer and ageing?"

Lecture at Health Sciences North Research Institute, Sudbury, ON, Canada; invited by Dr J. McElhaney.

Aug 2, 2016: Kilian Wistuba-Hamprecht after the defence of his thesis.

Prof. Pawelec  put the hat on Kilian, while Prof. Rammensee was looking on with friends and colleagues.

   

Fomer activites are listed in previous activities