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Cambridge Immunology Network


*Recorded episodes will be available to view for two weeks only. 

Date Episode Speaker Affiliation Title Recorded episode*
23.06.20 1
  1. Feng Shao
  2. Franklin Zhong
  1. National Institute of Biological Sciences, Beijing
  2. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  1. Pyroptosis in antitumor immunity
  2. NLRP1 is a versatile inflammasome sensor that coordinates innate immune defence in human epithelial tissues
No loger available.
20.07.20 2
  1. Kate Schroder
  2. Kate Lawlor
  1. The University of Queensland
  2. Hudson Institute of Medical Research
  1. Mechanisms of inflammasome-driven IL-1b release and inflammasome inhibition by MCC950
  2. Mitochondrial apoptosis induces NLRP3 inflammasome activation
No loger available.
24.08.20 3
  1. Avinash Shenoy
  2. Jon Kagan
  1. Imperial College London
  2. Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital
  1. Caspases and their targets: remarkable lives and a famous death. 
  2. Mechanisms and Consequences of Inflammasome Activities.

No loger available.

21.09.20 4
  1. Kate Fitzgerald
  2. David Brough
  1. University of Massachusetts
  2. University of Manchester
  1. Mechanisms limiting pyroptosis
  2. Understanding ionic control of the NLRP3 inflammasome
No loger available.
26.10.20 5
  • Dan Bachovchin
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • Recent insights into CARD8 Inflammasome activation
No loger available.
23.11.20 6
  1. Jenny Ting
  2. Hao Wu
  1. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  2. Boston Children's Hospital
  1. Innate immune receptors: crosstalk with adaptive immunity and the microbiota
  2. Speck”tacular inflammasomes: a glimpse into NLRP1 and NLRP3 regulation
No loger available.
14.12.20 7
  1. Clare Bryant
  2. Nobu Kayagaki 
  1. University of Cambridge
  2. Genentech
  1. Evolutionary loss of inflammasomes in mink and other carnivora: the consequences for zoonotic infections
  2. NINJ1 mediates plasma membrane rupture – the final cataclysmic event in lytic cell death (*Talk not recorded, please follow link to pre-print article: NINJ1 mediates plasma membrane rupture during lytic cell death)
No loger available.