Imperial College London

DrIngridMuller

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Infectious Disease

Visiting Reader
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 3732i.muller

 
 
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Location

 

120Wright Fleming WingSt Mary's Campus

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Summary

 

Collaborators

Dr Ingrid Müller, Imperial College London, Department of Medicine, Section of Immunology, Leishmania infection models, 2010

Dr. Tiong Ghee Teoh, St. Mary's Hospital London, 2005

Dr. A. Da-Cruz, Oswaldo Cruz Institute, Rio de Janeiro, 2004

Dr. Jose Fuentes, University of Extremadura, 2003

Dr. Markus Munder, University of HeidelbergInstitute of Immunology, 2003

Prof A Celada, Parc Cientific de Barcelona, Josep Samitier 1-5, Barcelona, Spain, 2003

Dr. Faustino Mollinedo, CSIC Univeridad de SalamancaInstituto de Biologica Molecular y Celular del Cancer, 2003

Prof. D. Smith, University of York, 2001

Dr M Modolell, Max-Planck-Institut für Immunbiologie, 2001

Dr. Q. Bickle, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 2000

Prof M Freudenberg and Prof C Galanos, Max-Planck-Institut für Immunbiologie, Freiburg, Germany, 1992

Guest Lectures

Investigation of innate and adaptive immune responses to Leishmania major, Imperial Collge London, Faculty of Medicine; Hammersmith Campus, Infectious Disease Seminars, London, 2005

L-arginine metabolism in macrophages: is it reflecting the immune status?, World Health Organisation, Joint Consultation Meeting on live Leishmania vaccines, Geneva, 2005

Toll-like receptor activation contributes to the efficient host defence against infection with Leishmania major, British Society for Parasitology, Nottingham, UK, 2005

Investigation of innate and adaptive immune responses to Leishmania major, London School of Hygiene and Tropcial Medicine, London, 2005

Lessons learned from experimental leishmaniasis, 12 International Congress of Immunology, Montreal, 2004

Th1/Th2 effector cells: the only determinants for the understanding of leishmaniasis, University of London, Kings College, 2003

High arginase activity during the course of nonhealing L. major infection: an advantage for the host or the parasite?, Residencia Universitaria de Jarandilla de la Vera,Workshop on the role of arginase in the immune sysem, Jarandillia de la Vera, 2003

Experimental leishmaniasis: a model to understandand redirect immune responses resulting in protection or pathology, University of Edinburgh, Metchnikoff Club, Edinburgh, 2002

Experimental leishmaniasis: a model to understand and redirect immune responses resulting in protection or pathology, ornell University, School of Veterinary Medicine,, Ithaca, NY, USA, 2002

Experimental leishmaniasis: a model for polarised T helper 2 responses, Medical Research Club, London, 2001

Experimental leishmaniasis: a model to understandand redirect immune resposes resulting in protection or pathology, University of London, St. George's Hospital, Medical School, London, 2001

Leishmania major infections in the presence or absence of interleukin-4, North Carolina State University Department of Microbiology, Pathology and Parasitology, Raleigh, NC, uSA, 2001

Characterisation and alteration of nonhealing Leishmania major infections in the presence or absence of interleukin-4, University of Manchester, School of Biological Sciences, Manchester. UK, 2001