We asked each Division in the Department to share with us their key achievements as part of our end of year roundup. Here are the contributions from Immunology and Inflammation. Well done everyone!
- Professor Matthew Pickering successfully renewed his Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship in Clinical Science for a third time
- A study led by Dr Jessica Strid – ‘Epithelial damage and tissue γδ T cells promote a unique tumor-protective IgE response’ – was published in Nature Immunology.
- The findings of a study led by Professor Marina Botto, ‘C1q restrains autoimmunity and viral infection by regulating CD8+ T cell metabolism’, were published in Science earlier this year.
- Dr Candice Roufosse co-authored ‘A 2018 Reference Guide to the Banff Classification of Renal Allograft Pathology’, which aims to be a concise reference for pathologists and clinicians, and will become it will become a vital textbook for pathologists and nephrologists all over the world.
- Dr Sophie Rutschmann – in addition to achieving a Distinction in her Master’s in Education in University Learning and Teaching – has enjoyed a number of individual and team successes in her role as Academic Lead for Postgraduate Education in the Faculty of Medicine. Read our full roundup of Learning and Teaching successes for this year.
- Professor Guido Franzoso published findings of a small clinical trial in the British Journal of Haematology, demonstrating promising results of a new treatment for multiple myeloma. Read the Imperial news article.