Individual DC projects

The 12 Doctoral Candidates (DC) will be enrolled in the PhD programme of one of the participating organizations of the network.

The DC will have the opportunity to carry out individual research projects at their host institutions, under the supervision of our network members, and to undertake secondments in institutions belonging to other sectors.

Understanding the functional & epigenetic impact of NF-kB mutants in dendritic cell/macrophage differentiation

Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), Spain

Esteban Ballestar

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Exploring TET-mediated epigenetic control in NF-kB mutated patients

Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), Spain

José Luis Sardina

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Understanding the functional impact of eif2ak mutants in dendritic cell and Interferonopathies

Centre d’Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy, France

Philippe Pierre

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Diving deep into the biology of STAT3 regulation and -signaling

Institute for Immunodeficiency, Germany

Bodo Grimbacher

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IKBKB deficiency

Institute for Immunodeficiency, Germany

Klaus Warnatz

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Dissecting the role of dysfunctional telomeres to stem cell biology and immunity

The San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy, Italy

Raffaella di Micco

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Integrative framework for mapping the cell-type specific effects of mutations

The European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany

Judith Zaugg

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Discerning the role of the NFkB pathway in inflammation, immunodeficiency and atopy through rare IEI

Hadassah Medical Organization, Israel

Polina Stepensky

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Exploring the role of JAK/STAT and NFKB signalling pathways in the onset of immune-related preeclampsia

QGenomics, Spain

Jairo Rodriguez Lumbiarres

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Correction of mutations associated with primary immunodeficiencies using novel and engineered CRISPR tools

Alia Therapeutics, Italy

Antonio Casini

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Identifying novel regulators underlying Tregopathies

Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Switzerland

Roger Geiger

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Uncovering alterations during hematopoietic differentiation in immune monogenic syndromes

Wellcome Sanger Institute, United Kingdom

Roser Vento-Tormo

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