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This image is advertising the Oxford Talks seminar titled, 'genomics of inflammatory endophenotypes'. The speaker for this seminar is Dr Antonio Berlanga, Imperial College London. It is being held virtually on Monday 7th December 2020 from 12:00 pm.

This Oxford Talk is part of the Kennedy Institute Seminars. 

Inflammation is a key physiological and pathological response to disease and injury. Endophenotypes, broadly defined as intermediate traits (ideally heritable and manifesting prior to disease onset), can help us understand disease mechanisms as well as identify molecular therapeutic targets and prognostic indicators. Importantly, they can shed light on the causes of immune-mediated inflammatory diseases.

This seminar will be held using Zoom.

Please register using the link provided: