CTM Principal Investigator Jan Fric participates in the research entitled "Calcineurin-mediated IL-2 production by CD11c high MHCII+ myeloid cells is crucial for intestinal immune homeostasis" by Mencarelli and colleagues published in Nature Communications.
On April 17th, The Center for Translational Medicine of FNUSA-ICRC will host the meeting "Italian Scientists in Czech Republic" within the Days of Italian Research organised by the Italian Embassy in Prague and the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR). Check the program here and register at email@example.com
The article entitled "Chronic Inflammation in Immune Aging: Role of Pattern Recognition Receptor Crosstalk with the Telomere Complex?" by our PhD student Shyam Sushama Jose and collaborators accepted for publication in Frontiers in Immunology.
Meet Our Team
CTM team is composed by local and international scientists. The research group is highly interdisplinary due to the different background of the fellows. The researchers are recruited according to high international standard and the ability to team-play and perform...
The Center for Translational Medicine (CTM) is the Department in International Clinical Research Center (FNUSA-ICRC) dedicated to gain mechanistic insights of aging-related pathologies at the cellular and molecular levels. In particular, CTM is focused on exploring and modeling the molecular processes behind the onset and progression of cardiovascular pathologies, neurodegenerative tauopathies and early stages of diseases of aging. CTM has a special interest on investigating the possibility that the derangement or the malfunctioning of the mechanosensor apparatus in tissue-specific cells is involved in the onset or progression of such diseases.
Center for Translational Medicine (CTM)
International Clinical Research Center (FNUSA-ICRC)
St. Anne's University Hospital Brno
656 91 Brno