Mendel Lectures: Mendel Lectures: Klaus Rajewsky "Role of the Antigen Receptor in Normal and Malignant B Cell Development"

The prestigious Mendel Lectures with eminent guests from the field of medicine and natural sciences are regularly held in the premises of St. Thomas Abbey at Mendel Square from the year 2003. More than 200 foreign scientists have already visited Brno, including 15 Nobel prize laureates. The lectures are open to students and scientists, who gain a unique opportunity to meet and debate with the most important scientific personalities from around the world. Do not miss this opportunity and keep an eye on www.mendellectures.muni.cz.

As part of the Mendel Lectures, we are pleased to invite you to a lecture called:

“Role of the Antigen Receptor in Normal and Malignant B Cell Development”

Klaus Rajewsky (Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany)

Professor Rajewsky is an important immunologist known for his work on B-lymfocytes. You can find out more about professor Rajewsky here.

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