Adrian Hayday: Seeking correlates of protection and correlates of pathology in Covid-19 patients

Overview

In this webinar, Adrian Hayday shares with us an overview of a completed deep immunophenotyping of 100 patients and controls, with approximately 200,000 data points.

Speakers

Adrian Hayday
Presenter

Adrian Hayday is Professor of Immunobiology at King’s College London, a Clinical Academic Group leader at King’s Health Partners, and Group Leader at the Francis Crick Institute where he is an Assistant Research Director. He was also until 2019 the lead-investigator of a Wellcome Trust-supported, multi-centre, high-throughput phenotypic screening programme to identify novel genetic regulators of the immune system.

Nigel Stevenson
Moderator

Dr. Nigel Stevenson’s Viral Immunology Research Group at Trinity College Dublin investigate the mechanisms by which viruses evade immune responses, with specific focus on their suppression of Type 1 Interferon signalling. His research currently analyses the immune evasion mechanisms of Coronaviruses [SARS-CoV-2, SARS-CoV-1 and MERS-CoV] Respiratory Syncytial Virus, HIV, and Hepatitis C Virus.

Webinar Details

Categories: COVID-19

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