Immunologie

 
 
 
  Projets(s) de recherche, responsable
    Adjuvantization of SIV antigens using a novel toll like receptor 7 (TLR7) agonist: A proof of concept in non human primates, Denis Leclerc
    Canadian Donation and Transplantation Research Program (CDTRP): Maximizing benefits through national infrastructure and sustainability planning, Matthew John Weiss
    CD200 dysregulation in asthma: potential for therapy?, Elyse Bissonnette
    Centres de recherche du CHU de Québec - UL
    Chaire de recherche du Canada en neuroimmunologie, Serge Rivest
    Chaire de recherche sur le réseau sentinelle de surveillance des virus de l'influenza chez les oiseaux migrateurs du Grand Nord, Chung Kei 'GARY' Wong
    Characterization of a novel dendritic cell-specific protein in demyelinating autoimmune diseases, Luc Vallières
    CT21 QC22: Burden Ethnographic Modeling Evaluation Qaujilisaaqtuq (BEMEQ) RSV, Ève Dubé
    Deciphering the role of DCIR in HIV-1 pathogenesis, Caroline Gilbert
    Enhancing microglial myelin repair mechanisms through stimulation of the Ppar-delta nuclear receptor as a novel therapeutic approach for multiple sclerosis, David Gosselin
    Human herpesvirus 6 and chromosomal integration, Louis Flamand
    Mieux comprendre la réponse allo-immunitaire chez le greffé rénal afin de personnaliser l'immunothérapie, Sacha De Serres
    Pathogenic roles of platelets in sepsis, Éric Boilard
    Role of follicular CD8 T cells in the control of HIV/SIV mucosal immunity, Jérôme Estaquier
    Sex chromosomes dictate Th17 cell pathogenicity in a model of progressive CNS autoimmunity, Manu Rangachari
    (SI03 QC03) Special Immunization Clinic Network (SIC) to investigate vaccine safety issues: Optimizing the clinical management of patients with contraindication to vaccination ..., Gaston De Serres
    Suppression of regulatory B cells by neutrophils in a model of multiple sclerosis, Luc Vallières
    Therapeutic properties of innate immune cells and system for brain diseases., Serge Rivest
    Vers des approches plus efficientes en prévention du VIH et en santé reproductive au travers une approche d’équité en santé: programme de recherche interventionnelle chez les femmes travailleuses du sexe en Afrique de l’Ouest., Michel Alary
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