Pathobiology Course for Research Scientists: Cell Death and Inflammation in Health and Disease

Pathobiology Course for Research Scientists: Cell Death and Inflammation in Health and Disease

Sponsored by the ASIP Education Committee

Session Description:  Unresolved inflammation is a major mechanism of pathogenesis in many human diseases. A paradigm shift is emerging in our understanding of the pathogenesis of inflammation which results not only from persistent activation of inflammatory signals, but also from the active loss of pro-resolution mechanisms. Differentiating between the suppression and resolution of inflammation driven by pro-resolution mediators is critical for the treatment of various inflammatory diseases.

Dipak Panigrahy, MD

Chair
Dipak Panigrahy, MD
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School


Christopher D. Gregory, PhD

Pro-oncogenic Potential of Apoptotic Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment

Christopher D. Gregory, PhD
University of Edinburgh Centre for Inflammation Research
Queen’s Medical Research Institute Edinburgh, UK

Sergei Grivennikov, PhD

Microbes, Tumor-elicited Inflammation and Cancer

Sergei Grivennikov, PhD
Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA


Ann C. Skulas-Ray, PhD

Inflammation in Health and Disease

Ann C. Skulas-Ray, PhD
Department of Nutritional Sciences
School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness
The University of Arizona
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Tuscon, AZ

Selvakumar Subbian, PhD

Inflammation and Cell Death in Tuberculosis

Selvakumar Subbian, PhD
Public Health Research Institute
New Jersey Medical School
Rutgers University Newark, NJ


Experimental Biology 2022
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