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Impact of IL-27 on Infection-Induced Inflammatory Processes

Saturday, June 17
1:40 PM - 2:05 PM

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Christopher A. Hunter

Chair Department of Pathobiology
University of Pennsylvania

Christopher Hunter was trained at the University of Glasgow where he developed his interest in the role of cytokines in immunity to parasitic infections. After a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University, where he worked with Jack Remington on the role of cytokines in natural-killer-cell and T-cell responses to infection with Toxoplasma gondii, he moved to the University of Pennsylvania in 1996 and is now Chair of the Department of Pathobiology. There, his research group continues to study the factors that influence innate and adaptive immunity to infectious diseases and has focused on the role of IL-27 in limiting inflammation. The laboratory has also applied multiphoton microscopy to image the innate and adaptive response to T. gondii.

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