Congratulations to Marie Tamagne, Pirenne team, honored by the EFS for her recent publications in two internationally renowned journals!
Marie Tamagne is an engineering assistant in France Pirenne’s “Transfusion and red blood cell diseases” team. She has been honored by the EFS for her recent work on the mechanisms of post-transfusion alloimmunization against red blood cells, which she is carrying out in the “Genetics and Immunity of Transfusion” group directed by Benoît Vingert.
Assisted by Sadaf Pakdaman, an EFS clinical research associate who is also a member of the team, her work was recently published in the British Journal of Haematogloy and Blood Advances.
– Link to article published in British Journal of Haematology : Blood CCR7 expression and chemoattraction in red blood cell alloimmunization (Expression du CCR7 dans le sang total et chimio attraction dans l’allo-immunisation des globules rouges), Tamagne M, Pakdaman S, Bartolucci P, Habibi A, Galactéros F, Pirenne F, Vingert B in British Journal of Haematology (British Society for Haematology) 2021 Apr 26.
– Link to the article published in Blood Avances : Blood phenotyping to assess alloimmunization status in transfused sickle cell disease patients (Phénotypage du sang total pour évaluer le statut d’allo-immunisation chez les patients atteints de drépanocytose transfusés) Tamagne M, Pakdaman S, Bartolucci P, Habibi A, Galactéros F, Pirenne F, Vingert B in blood advances (American Society of Hematology) 2021 Mar 9;5(5):1278-1282.
When environmental sciences meet health sciences – 7th OSU-IMRB seminar (videoconference) : “Diversité des modèles de régulation génétique et épigénétique : la termite et le cerveau humain” :
«Mireille COGNET-VASSEUR (IESS) and Stéphane JAMAIN (IMRB-U955, équipe Leboyer) - From 12pm to 2pm - Videoconference - Registration required»
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