Frisbee and Saleh attend course in Singapore

January 23, 2017 by

This January, Alyse Frisbee and Mahmoud Saleh (both from the Petri Lab) received travel grants to attend the course at the Network of Immunology Frontier Winter School on Advanced Immunology in Singapore. While they’re Alyse and Mahmoud also presented their dissertation research. Their oral presentations were entitled: IL-33 promotes a protective host immune response during hypervirulent C. difficile infection (Frisbee) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease as a Risk Factor for C. difficile Infection (Saleh).

The Winter School was created in 2011 by members of SIgN and IFReC. The aim is to provide an opportunity for 50 selected international PhD students and young postdocs to meet with a Faculty of 20 world-class experts and explore networking and learning in Asia).