Mitochondrial arginase-2 is essentialfor IL-10 metabolic reprogrammingof inflammatory macrophages

targeting mitochondria 2021 Dr. Claire McCoyDr. Claire McCoy from Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland will join the Targeting Mitochondria 2021 Congress and give a presentation about Mitochondrial arginase-2 is essentialfor IL-10 metabolic reprogrammingof inflammatory macrophages.

Dr. Claire McCoy graduated in Biochemistry from Trinity College Dublin and completed her PhD at the University of Dundee, Scotland in 2006. Her first postdoctoral position in Innate Immunology was completed at Trinity College Dublin, during which time she was awarded a prestigious Marie Curie International Fellowship. She joined the Hudson Institute, Melbourne as a Research Fellow in 2010 and obtained a New Investigator Project Grant from the NHMRC to continue her work investigating the role of microRNAs in Inflammatory diseases. Claire joined RCSI as the Immunology lecturer in August 2016, where she now leads the growing microRNA Inflammation research group. Claire was the recipient of an SFI Future Research Leader's award presented by President Higgins in January 2018.

Targeting Mitochondria 2021 Congress
October 27-29, 2021
Berlin, Germany & Virtual Congress
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