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Best Posters Awardees

Presentation First Name Last Name City Country Title
P.A1.01.06 Julia Kolter Freiburg Germany Resident macrophages in the skin interconnect immune and nervous system
P.A3.02.12 Rosalie Lubbers Leiden Netherlands Complement component C1q as serum biomarker to detect active tuberculosis
P.A3.05.17 Stephanie Trittel Braunschweig Germany Immunological signatures of influenza vaccine responders and non-responders in the elderly
P.A3.07.13 Anne Rissiek Hamburg Germany CD73 surface expression is decreased during T cell activation - modulatory function of CD73 in inflammation
P.B1.02.13 Pamela Rosato Minneapolis United States Repurposing antiviral T cells to fight tumors
P.B1.04.11 Marta Lopez Gonzalez Amsterdam Netherlands Enforced expression of a constitutively active form of GSK3β as a novel treatment to combat melanoma through facilitation of dendritic cell differentiation and activation
P.B1.07.07 Sarah Galloway Cardiff United Kingdom Using combinatorial peptide libraries to design super-agonists for improved cancer immunotherapy
P.B3.03.14 Nikolas Rakebrandt Zürich Switzerland Innate-likeactivation of memory CD4+ T cells during heterologous challenge withLegionella pneumophila
P.B4.01.11 Anna Oja Amsterdam Netherlands Intratumoral CD4+ T cells with tissue-resident features resist exhaustion in non-small cell lung cancer
P.C1.01.19 Lisa Schmidleithner Bonn Germany Expression of HPGD in regulatory T cells prevents adipose tissue inflammation and metabolic dysfunction
P.C1.02.16 Ondrej Suchanek Cambridge United Kingdom Human kidneys house tissue-resident B cells with a distinct phenotype and anatomical location
P.C1.04.04 Kevin Englebert Gosselies Belgium PD-1-dependent dysregulation of type-2 innate lymphoid cells in a murine model of obesity
P.C1.05.03 Susan Christo Melbourne Australia The local microenvironment drives the identity of tissue-resident lymphocytes
P.C2.02.10 Patrick Maschmeyer Berlin Germany Selective depletion of pro-inflammatory Th1 cells in chronic inflammation by targeting microRNA-148a with antagomirs.
P.C2.09.12 Rianne Opstelten Amsterdam Netherlands PUTRID: a marker that identifies pure and stable regulatory T cells
P.C4.02.06 Reza Nadafi Amsterdam Netherlands Lymph node stromal cells control T follicular helper cells as well as B cell responses directed against a self-antigen.
P.C4.03.01 Yousra Ajouaou Gosselies Belgium Expression of PHD2 regulates regulatory T cell capacity to control Th1-like inflammatory responses
P.C5.01.14 Christian Orlik Heidelberg Germany Naïve human T cells selectively differentiate into Th1 and Th17 cells after costimulation by human keratinocytes
P.C6.03.07 Jeroen den Dunnen Amsterdam Netherlands C-reactive protein promotes inflammation through metabolic reprogramming of human macrophages
P.D1.02.19 Marisa Stebegg Cambridge United Kingdom A potential link between age-related changes in the gut microbiome and changes in the germinal centre response of Peyer’s patches
P.D2.02.08 Lisette Krabbendam Amsterdam Netherlands CD127+ Innate Lymphoid Cells (ILCs) with NK cell features accumulate in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
P.D4.08.09 Satwik Kar London United Kingdom Dynamic signatures of human lung resident memory CD8+ T cells during experimental influenza infection
P.E1.02.07 Simon Merz Essen Germany Quantifying murine myocardial infarction and immune cell infiltration via light sheet fluorescence microscopy
P.E2.01.17 Masahiro Ono London United Kingdom Single cell multidimensional analysis reveals activation-induced generation and maintenance of regulatory T cells during homeostasis and in tumour microenvironments