• Le 08 November 2022
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  • Mardi 8 novembre 2022 à 11H,

    Salle Jean Monnet

Dr Julien ZUBER IHU IMAGINE, Department of Kidney Transplantation, Necker Hospital, Université Paris Cité Mardi 8 novembre 2022 à 11H, Salle Jean Monnet Titre : “CAR-Tregs in transplantation: where do we stand, where do we go ?” Invité par le Dr Carole Guillonneau

Julien Zuber graduated from Necker’s Medical School and was trained as resident in nephrology. He next did a PhD in Immunology at Pasteur Institute, Paris, from 2002 to 2005, under the supervision of Dr. Antonio Bandeira, working on FOXP3+ regulatory T cells.

In 2012, he moved to New York as Fulbright fellow and joined Prof. Megan Sykes’ lab at the Columbia Center for Translational Immunology. Over three years, he gained expertise in transplant immunology and cutting-edge technologies to monitor alloimmune responses.

Upon his return to France, he was appointed Associate Professor of nephrology in 2015 and then full Professor of Clinical Immunology in 2017, sharing his time between clinical responsibilities in the department of kidney transplantation, at Necker hospital, and translational research at IMAGINE institute. Since 2017, he has been running a research team as theme leader. His main goal is to engineer human regulatory T cell with donor-specific chimeric antigen receptor to promote tolerance in transplantation.