The immune system is one of the most dynamic in our bodies. The mechanisms that maintain immune homeostasis must contend with the constant churn of cell proliferation and death across a myriad of lineages at many different locations. These mechanisms must also cope with challenges such as responses to a variety of pathogens, drugs or cancer, and reimpose the status quo following clearance or adapt to chronic conditions by adjusting homeostatic set‐points to limit tissue damage.
NK cell; Homeostasis; Immunity;
Masters by research
Top-up scholarship funding available
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