2022

HPN Article

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HPN Article – Loss of balance between protective and pro- inflammatory synovial tissue T-cell polyfunctionality predates clinical onset of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Written by Achilleas Floudas, Declan Sweeney, Tracy Madigan, Maryanne Murphy-Lyons, Ursula Fearon

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EWRR May 2022

Dr. Achilleas Floudas invited speaker!

Dr Floudas has been invited to present our recent work on T cell polyfunctionality at the pathogenesis of synovial inflammation, research that offers a new perspective on the previous dogma of T cell polirisation to specific subsets and that combines bioinformatic and signle cell RNA sequencing analysis with novel ex vivo approaches.  Congratulations Achilleas!

Meet the expert seminar – Immunology North East – BSI regional group

A monthly seminar programme with presentations from national and international invited speakers on all aspects of immunology.  These seminars are a fantastic opportunity to hear from and meet many renouned immunologists.  Tailored to suit a broad audience, students and staff find them highly informative and educational. 

A meet and greet with our very own Dr Achilleas Floudas – Synovial tissue microenvironment imbalance and polyfunctional T cell responses co-act to drive pathology in Rheumatoid Arthritis  

Ireland’s TikTok scientists describe trolling and misinformation as they took part in Government Covid campaign

Dr Megan Hanlon and Andrew McGovern. Picture: PA

The scientists recruited by the Government to spread Covid-19 messaging on TikTok and Instagram have spoken of the level of misinformation and abuse they encountered online. The creators behind the novel communications strategy, which saw the Department of Health dabble in public health messaging across social media, also revealed how difficult the pandemic has been for young people. The SciComm Collective, launched in the first half of last year, was intended to get the Government’s Covid-19 messaging out to young people through platforms such as Instagram and TikTok.

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