American Society for Reproductive Immunology (ASRI) Symposium: Maternal Inflammation and Programming of Fetal Immune and Neuroimmune Functions
Gil Mor, Wayne State Univ.
Irina Burd, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Ana C. Zenclussen, Medical Univ. of Leipzig, Germany, Feto-maternal immune communication during pregnancy and the long-term consequences of its dysregulation
Gil Mor, Wayne State Univ., Effect of viral infection on fetal development
Jennifer Gilner, Duke Univ. Sch. of Med., Mechanisms of maternal tolerance disruption in preterm birth
Irina Burd, Johns Hopkins Univ., Immunoperinatology: placental determinants of neonatal health and disease
Full Program: https://www.immunology2020.org/scientific-program/
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