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Professor Daniel Davis FMedSci

Job Title
Professor of Immunology, Director of Research
Department
Manchester Collaborative Centre for Inflammation Research
Institution
University of Manchester
Year elected
2011

Interests

Specialities

immune cell activation and inhibition; fluorescence microscopy; immune synapse; cell membranes; natural killer cells

Online Information

Personal Website

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Lab Website

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Dan Davis is Professor of Molecular Immunology at Imperial College London. He is a distinguished immunologist who pioneered the use of novel imaging techniques to help visualise key molecular components of the immune response. His work established the new concept of how immune cells communicate with each other and how they recognize disease. His ongoing research into understanding the NK cell synapse has established the importance of protein exchange between cells. His group recently described long membrane tethers or ‘nanotubes’ as a new class of physical connectors between immune cells.

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