NIAS Public Lecture: "Lessons to be learnt from mathematical models of T cells" by Prof. Carmen Molina-París, Lecture Hall, NIAS, 1530hrs

National Institute of Advanced Studies

Indian Institute of Science Campus, Bengaluru 560 012 


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Lessons to be learnt from mathematical models of T cells


Prof. Carmen Molina-París

School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, UK

 Chairperson: Prof. Sisir Roy, Visiting Professor, NIAS


Date:               Monday, 9th July, 2018

Time:               3:30 PM

Venue:             Lecture Hall, NIAS


Abstract:  In this talk Prof. Carmen will introduce some of the work that has been carried at the University of Leeds in the Mathematical Immunology Group. Of interest to us is understanding the mechanisms that regulate T cell mediated immune responses during infection and in cancer. We believe such an understanding will allow us to therapeutically manipulate T cell responses in the fight against viruses, bacteria and tumours.  She will provide a few examples of mathematical models of T cells at the molecular, cellular and population levels and finish with a perspective on the role of mathematical models in adoptive T cell therapies for cancer.

About the Speaker: Prof. Carmen Molina-París is the Professor in Applied Mathematics (2010-) in the School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, UK. (email:  He was the Coordinator of the BBSRC MATSYB I2M Network (Immunology, Imaging and Modelling) (2008-2011); Chair of the Mathematical Modelling Affinity Group of the British Society for Immunology (2009-); BBSRC Research Development Fellow (2009-2012); Coordinator of the FP7 IRSES Network (INTI Theoretical Immunology) (2009-2012); Coordinator of the FP7 IRSES Network (INDO-MATHDS Mathematics for Health and Disease) (2013-2017); Deputy Coordinator of the FP7 ITN Network (Quantitative T cell Immunology) (2013-2017); Director of Research and Innovation of the School of Mathematics (2013- 2017); Member of the Steering Committee of the BBSRC UK Multi-Scale Biology Network (2015-2018). Member of the London Mathematical Society Research Policy Committee (2017-).

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All are cordially invited


For further information, please contact Prof. Sisir Roy <>

Monday, July 9, 2018