Steering Commitee

ANDRIS, Fabienne
PhD
Principal Investigator
Fabienne is a FNRS research associate. She investigates the molecular mechanisms underpinning the differentiation of CD4+ T cell subsets and the relationships between cell metabolism and immune response.
BRAUN, Michel
PhD
Principal Investigator
FLAMAND, Véronique
PhD
Principal Investigator
Véronique was trained as biologist at ULB. She was a post-doctoral fellow at N.I.H.-N.I.A.I.D. (MA, U.S.A.). She is now Professor at ULB, she is teaching Immunology. She is conducting several preclinical studies on innate and adaptive Immunity. She has a strong expertise on dendritic cells and T-cell activation in early life and in tumor models.
GORIELY, Stanislas
PhD, MD
Principal Investigator
Stanislas was trained as a medical doctor at the ULB. He is a FNRS senior research associate. His initial works focused on the regulation of interleukin-12 family members during health and disease. Recent works address the developmental plasticity of the mononuclear phagocyte system and the control of cytokine production in the context of infection, chronic inflammation and cancer.
GUEYDAN, Cyril
PhD
Principal Investigator
Cyril was trained as a molecular biologist at the University of Montpellier (France) and at ULB. He is now associate professor at ULB where he teaches molecular Biology. Cyril has a long-standing interest in studying the post-transcriptional mechanisms controlling gene expression in eukaryotic organisms. His work is mainly focused on the control of mRNA stability and translation.
LEO, Oberdan
PhD
Principal Investigator
oberdan.leo@ulb.be
MARCHANT, Arnaud
PhD, MD
Principal Investigator
MURAILLE, Eric
PhD
Principal Investigator
Eric was trained as a Biological at the ULB. He is a FNRS senior research associate. Eric is mainly devoted to the theoretical and experimental study of the pathogenic host relationship in the model of infection by the Brucella bacteria in mice, as well as to the teaching of Immunology. He also tries to contribute to scientific communication as well as to the development of the theory of evolution.
OLDENHOVE, Guillaume
PhD
Principal Investigator
After his PhD at ULB on the control of immune responses by regulatory T cells, Guillaume moved in 2007 as a visiting research fellow in the Laboratory of Parasitic Diseases at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA, to study the mechanisms that govern regulatory T cells plasticity. After his post-doc, he returns to ULB and focus his work on mechanisms controlling the development of inflammatory responses in tissues, with particular emphasis on the gastrointestinal tract and adipose tissue
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VERMIJLEN, David
PhD
Principal Investigator
After his PhD at the VUB on natural killer cells of the liver, David went to London for a post-doc in the laboratory of Prof. Adrian Hayday at King’s College to investigate human γδ T cells (2003-2006). After his return to Belgium, David continued to work on γδ T cells at the ULB, with a focus on their role and ontogeny in early life. He is associate professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy since 2012.
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