University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Dr. Larry Stern will deliver a lecture at iCubed on Monday March 5 at 4pm as part of our ongoing Seminar Series. His talk is titled “Insights into the mechanisms of antigen processing and T cell activation, from crystal structures of ERAP1, HLA-DO, and SIV-Nef.” It will take place in the iCubed offices located at 80 Washington Street, room 302F.
Dr. Stern is a Professor in the Medical School’s Pathology Department. Research in his lab focuses on the immune system, primarily biochemical processes that underlie cellular recognition and signaling. For more information on Dr. Stern’s work, please visit the following page: http:/profiles.umassmed.edu/profiles/ProfileDetails.aspx?From=SE&Person=730.
We hope you will be able to join us.