For this session of the PhD and post-doc seminars, we will have the pleasure to learn more about the work of:
- Emeline Kerreneur (PhD student, Team 2) : "Reprogramming anti-inflammatory macrophages through cathepsin B and caspases inhibition."
We will also have the pleasure to welcome a special invited speaker, Dr. John Rowell.
Dr. John Rowell is the Inovation Officer at the Ulysseus European University.
The Université Côte d'Azur is a founding member of Ulysseus, an European University comprised of 5 (soon to be 7) other European higher education institutions. European Universities are European Commission funded translational alliances that will lead the way towards the universities of the future, promoting European values and identity, and revolutionising the quality and competitiveness of European higher education. But what does that mean to you as a researcher? How can this initiative help you achieve your research goals or facilitate your career progression?