Inaugural lecture: Innate immunity into the picture
Tuberculosis bacteria and other intracellular pathogens use cells of our immune system as Trojan horses to spread into tissues. Annemarie Meijer, professor of immunobiology, explains how research into innate defence mechanisms using zebrafish inspires novel strategies for infectious disease treatment.
- Annemarie Meijer
- 21 September 2015
- Download inaugural lecture (in Dutch)