The Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology and KAVI-Institute of Clinical Research are excited to host a webinar by Professor Pier Paolo Piccaluga on the Role of Viruses in Lymphomagenesis. Professor Piccaluga, a clinician and researcher is a renowned expert in this subject, and his talk promises to be a fascinating insight into the relationship between viruses and lymphoma.
Lymphoma is a type of cancer affecting the lymphatic system, a key part of the immune system. The causes of lymphoma are not fully understood, but growing evidence suggests that viruses may play a role in developing the disease. Professor Piccaluga is a leading expert in studying lymphoma and its relationship to viruses. He is a Hematology and Medical Oncology Professor at the University of Bologna in Italy and has published numerous papers on the subject.
In his talk, Professor Piccaluga will discuss the latest research on the role of viruses in lymphomagenesis. He will present data on the different types of viruses implicated in the development of lymphoma, as well as the mechanisms by which viruses can contribute to the disease. The talk will interest anyone interested in the relationship between viruses and cancer, as well as those involved in the treatment and management of lymphoma. It will be an opportunity to hear from one of the field's leading experts and learn about the latest research in this area.
The talk will occur online at 7:00AM EAT on 31st March 2023 and promises to be an informative and engaging event we encourage all those interested in attending.