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The EAC research team is exploring the role of epigenetic regulation in the development and progression of the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
The main objective of the IEB group is to identify key molecular mechanisms at intestinal epithelial-immune cells interface, in order to identify and develop new therapeutic targets for intestinal barrier loss in autoimmune diseases that will improve patient outcomes.
The team is seeking new platform technologies or concepts which lead to identification of antigens recognized by T cells involved in autoimmune responses.
The team is interested in identifying key molecular and cellular mechanisms at the pathogen-host interface which could be exploited as potential targets for the treatment of multiple chronic inflammatory diseases.