Innate lymphoid cells (ILCs), including natural killer cells, are a diverse family of hematopoietic effectors that rapidly produce cytokines and can play anti- or pro-inflammatory roles in infection, transformation and tissue homeostasis. This project aims at deciphering the early events in the development of the diverse innate lymphoid cell lineages. Based on the use of novel multi-transgenic and knock-in mice we seek to reveal the molecular underpinnings of this complex process using state-of-the art high-parametric and high-throughput molecular and cellular methodology as well as in-depth bioinformatical analyses.
We are seeking highly motivated Master 2 students for this project. For more information, please contact:
Innate Immunity Unit
NK and ILC1 Biology group
25 rue du Docteur Roux