We are delighted to be able to inform you of the September MTWC for Fibrosing Lung Disease lecture series seminar talk, which will be held on Thursday 08th September.  To this session we will be welcoming at Imperial our speaker Professor Charlotte Summers. 

 Talk details as follows:-

Talk Title: Trafficking of innate immune cells in health and disease

Date: Thursday 08 September

Talk Time: 16:00 – 17:00 UK time

Location: Paul Wood Lecture Theatre, Guy Scadding Building, Brompton Campus, Cale Street, London, SW3 6LY Or Online via Microsoft Teams

Further info – Charlotte Summers


Charlotte graduated in both Biomedical Sciences and Medicine from the University of Southampton, and later undertook a PhD at the University of Cambridge investigating the role of inflammation on the pulmonary transit kinetics of human neutrophils, alongside specialist clinical training in Respiratory (East of England) and Intensive Care Medicine (London).  She was subsequently appointed as the UK’s first NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine, and went on to be awarded a Fulbright All-disciplines Scholar Award and a Wellcome Trust Fellowship for Postdoctoral Clinician Scientists.  Charlotte joined the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine in 2015 from University of California, San Francisco. 

Registration is required whether attending online or in person, and can be done so via this registration link. 

Please note: The session will be viewed via Teams and will be recorded for sharing on the MTWC Webpages – if for privacy you prefer not to attend as your name and image may be viewable please do not attend, you will be able to view the recorded a day or two after the session. 

Questions will be taken from those attending in person but if you would like to send a question through before the event please do send to

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