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The Human Dendritic Cell Lab is at the Institute of Cellular Medicine at Newcastle University.  Dendritic cells are the sentinels and orchestrators of immune responses and the focus of our research is to understand where they come from and how they work in living humans.  Our work is relevant to infectious diseases, transplantation and cancer medicine.  We have a special interest in patients with dendritic cell deficiency and histiocytosis

HUMAN DENDRITIC CELL DEFICIENCY

NEWCASTLE ADULT  HISTIOCYTOSIS CLINIC

NEWS

JAN 2016
Good luck to Muzz embarking on the formation of her own group . . . 
OCT 2015
Congratulations to Muzz Haniffa on the award of a Wellcome Senior Fellowship
MAY 2015
Welcome to Amy Publicover, clinical research training fellow in haematology joining us from Southampton 
JANUARY 2015
New papers published on GATA2, mutation, Langerin+ DCs and a new pathway to the  . . . .   Langerhans cell 
NOVEMBER 2014
Our latest paper is published in Immunity:  Human dermal CD14⁺ cells are a transient population of monocyte-derived macrophages. Read it here
OCTOBER 2014
Welcome to Urszula Cytlak, our new Research Associate working with Venetia Bigley on her Wellcome Intermediate Fellowship
MARCH 2014
Congratulations to Rachel Dickinson on the award of a Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research Project Grant
FEBRUARY 2014
Our latest GATA2 paper is featured with a commentary in Blood:  read it here



 
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