“Trained immunity: from basic biology to therapeutic target”
The 33rd Annual C. R. Stephen Lecture is hosted by the Department of Anesthesiology. The C.R. Stephen Lectures honor the first chair of the anesthesiology department at the School of Medicine, C. Ronald Stephen, MD, FFARCS.
Mihai Netea will present on this C.R. Stephen Lecture. Netea heads the Division of Experimental Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine at Institute for Molecular Life Sciences at Radboud University.
Netea’s contributions to science in the innovative field of trained immunity have been ground-breaking and he is one of the most authoritative scientists in the study of the immune system.
For dial-in instructions, RSVP online at https://anesthesiology.wustl.edu/cr-stephen-lectures/
For inquiries contact Maureen Arends.