Seminar by Madelon de Jong "A stromal cell-neutrophil axis promotes tumor supportive bone marrow inflammation that persists after treatment in Multiple Myeloma"
Madelon attended medical school and additionally obtained a master’s degree in ‘Infection and Immunity’, both at the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
She remained in the same institute to pursue a PhD with Tom Cupedo studying bone marrow inflammation in Multiple Myeloma, and is currently in her final year.
Her research focusses on the mesenchymal stromal cell as a central orchestrator of a pro-tumor microenvironment that affects myeloma disease progression and therapy response.
2 December 2022, 12:00 (Friday, 8th week, Michaelmas 2022)
Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, Headington OX3 7FY
This seminar is open only to members of Oxford University and will be in The Kennedy Institute Lecture Theatre with the option to join via Zoom for those who can't attend in person. https://medsci.zoom.us/j/99723593797?pwd=VUpPbXArZXlFYkhTRUR0MWplTlBIdz09
Madelon de Jong (Erasmus MC Cancer Institute, Rotterdam, the Netherlands)
Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS)
Ellen Mobbs (Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology),
Dr Jelena Bezbradica (The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology),
Professor Irina Udalova (Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology)
Organiser contact email address:
Dr Jelena Bezbradica (The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology)
Kennedy Institute Seminars
Members of the University only