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Ep. 67: “Vascular and Immune Aging” Featuring Dr. Anjali Kusumbe

By November 21, 2023No Comments

Anjali Kusumbe


Dr. Anjali Kusumbe is a Group Leader and Director of the Tissue Imaging Centre at Oxford University. Her lab studies vascular changes over time with the aim of treating diseases. She talks about light sheet microscopy techniques, the aging immune system, and finding lymphatic vessels in bone.

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The Immunology Science Round Up

Herpesvirus in CAR T Cell Therapy – A population of ‘super-expressor’ CAR T cells can contribute to the reactivation of latent human herpesvirus 6.

Autoantibodies in NF-κB2 Deficiency – Inborn errors of the alternative NF-κB pathway underlie the production of autoantibodies against type I interferons and predisposition to viral diseases.

A Rheumatoid Arthritis Atlas – Scientists built a single-cell atlas of rheumatoid arthritis synovial tissue.

Tregs After Exercise – Researchers identified Tregs as a key regulatory element that is activated in response to exercise and needed to support muscle adaptations.

Image courtesy of Dr. Anjali Kusumbe

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