Events

Daniel MUCIDA - The Rockefeller university, New York, USA
Host : Marc BAJENOFF - Webinar only

Calum BAIN - Centre for Inflammation Research, univ. of Edinburgh, UK
Host : Marc BAJENOFF

Elisa ORICCHIO - École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH
Host : Sandrine ROULLAND

News

Sandrine SARRAZIN: chevalier de l'ordre national au Mérite

Sandrine SARRAZIN, Chargée de Recherche Inserm au Centre d’Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy (…

Healing power of neuroimmune interactions in the skin

Sophie Ugolini's team (Inserm/CNRS/Aix-Marseille University), in collaboration with Aziz Moqrich's laboratory at…

Une protéine anti-inflammatoire et pro-cicatrisante, produite par des neurones !

Equipe Sophie Ugolini
En étudiant les interactions entre…

HEADLINE

Atlas, un projet titanesque autour du lymphome

 

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Mieux comprendre et caractériser les lymphomes les plus courants pour apporter des solutions thérapeutiques : telle est l’ambition d’Atlas, un projet de grande ampleur mêlant acteurs privés et publics. Deux équipes Inserm du Centre d’immunologie de Marseille-Luminy, sous tutelle Inserm, CNRS et Aix-Marseille Université, y participent. L’une est dirigée par Sandrine Roulland et Bertrand Nadel. Les deux chercheurs expliquent les particularités de ce projet unique.

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FOR THE 5TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR, ERIC VIVIER AND BERNARD MALISSEN ARE AMONG THE MOST CITED RESEARCHERS IN THE WORLD

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Eric VIVIER and Bernard MALISSEN, team leaders at the Marseille-Luminy Immunology Center, are on the 2020 list of the most cited researchers in the world for the fourth time, as in previous editions 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Published annually by the prestigious Clarivate Analytics Company, previously Thomson Reuters, this ranking recognizes authors of the most frequently cited publications in the scientific community.
A recognition mark that rewards the value of their discoveries and the exceptional research influence in their scientific field.

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What is Immunology

At the crossroads of biology and medicine, immunology is a scientific discipline that focuses on the operating mechanisms of the immune system. Appeared early in the evolution, this system enables living organisms to defend themselves against pathogens or their own components when they are altered. It involves a large number of cells whose capacity for cooperation, recognition and memory are far from having revealed all their secrets.

Publications

BorelliA. et al., Cell Death Differ
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Hoeffel G. et al., Nature, , PMID: 34012116
J Filtjens. et al., Nature Communications, , 12(1):2936, PMID: 34006861
Cózar B. et al., Cancer Discovery, , 11 (1), 34-44, PMID: 33277307
Chikina AS. et al., Cell, , 183, 411-+, PMID: 32970988

CIML ERC GRANTS

ERC "Advanced Grants"
Bernard Malissen – 2018 – Basilic Projet
Michael Sieweke – 2016 – Macrophage Aging and Rejuvenation
Eric Vivier – 2016 – Targeting  Innate Lymphoid Cells
Bernard Malissen – 2012 – Integrative biology of T cells and dendritic cells in vivo
Eric Vivier – 2010 – The Immune Function of Natural Killer
ERC "Consolidator Grants"
Sophie Ugolini – 2014 – Neural regulation of immunity
Marc Bajénoff – 2014 – Immunobiology of lymphoid stromal cells
ERC "Starting Grants"
Réjane Rua - 2020 - Spatiotemporal control of neuroinfection by meningeal macrophages
Marc Dalod – 2011 – Harnessing systems immunology to unravel dendritic cell subset biology
Toby Lawrence - 2010 – Targeting tumor associated macrophages in Cancer
ERC "Proof of Concept (PoC) Grant"
Eric Vivier - 2019 - MInfla-Tilc

Vidéos

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Marseille Immunopole

The french immunology cluster.