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The emerging role of inflammation in diverse human diseases
    Saturday July 14, 2012 4:00pm - 5:30pm @ Liffey Hall 2

    Increasingly, the role of inflammation is being recognised as a critical driver of disease. Inflammatory mechanisms are now known to underlie not just classical autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis, but also cardiovascular disease and cancer. Even obesity is recognised to have an inflammatory component. Equally, there have been enormous advances in our understanding the biochemistry of inflammation and how cells respond to stimuli that evoke this response.

    National Institutes of Health, USA

    University of Massachusetts, USA

    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Chairman of the ESOF2012 Programme...

    National Institute of Health, USA Founder of the NIH-Oxford/Cambridge...

    Type Science Programme, The Future of Medicine & Health
    Host Organization National Institutes of Health
  • Organiser John O'Shea
  • Tags SP72

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