Center for Pathophysiology of Toulouse Purpan

Immunology, Inflammation and Infectious diseases :

from basic to translational research

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The CPTP is in mourning

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the sudden death of Paola Romagnoli, on August 20th 2018, during a tragic hike in the Raganello Gorge in Italy.

Director of research at the CNRS, Deputy Director of the Center, unanimously recognized for her integrity and scientific qualities. Paola was particularly appreciated by all for her kindness and generosity.

Our thoughts turn to her husband and our colleague, Joost van Meerwijk, their children, her family and loved ones.

 

 

Hippocampal expression of a virus-derived protein impairs memory in mice

Alexandre Bétourné, Marion Szelechowski, Anne Thouard, Erika Abrial, Arnaud Jean, Falek Zaidi, Charlotte Foret, Emilie M. Bonnaud, Caroline M. Charlier, Elsa Suberbielle, Cécile E. Malnou, Sylvie Granon, Claire Rampon and Daniel Gonzalez-Dunia
PNAS February 13, 2018. 115 (7) 1611-1616; published ahead of print January 29, 2018.

Generating autoantigen-specific regulatory T cells, a new strategy to prevent the development of autoimmune diseases

Thursday 25th october at 1.30 pm Room Druet

Dr. Mathilde Raverdeau – Trinity College Dublin

The exerkine apelin reverses age-associated sarcopenia

Thursday 11st october at 13.30 pm Room Druet

Dr. Cédric Dray – I2MC

Role of lymphotoxin alpha in thymic medulla organization and T-cell tolerance induction

Tuesday 25th september at 11 am at room P Druet

Dr. Magali Irla – Centre d’Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy

The CPTP is in mourning

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the sudden death of Paola Romagnoli, on August 20th 2018, during a tragic hike in the Raganello Gorge in Italy. Director of research at the CNRS, Deputy Director of the Center, unanimously recognized for her integrity and...

Pr. Liblau member of Institut Universitaire de France

Prof. R. Liblau, head of the CPTP, has been nominated as a senior member of l’Institut Universitaire de France en 2017.

Sophie ALLART Laureate of the 2017 Inserm Innovation Prize

With her extensive microscopy expertise, Inserm Research Biochemist and Engineer Sophie Allart helped uncover the presence of the Zika virus inside sperm, and not just at the surface. To learn more…

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