Dr Cecilia Domínguez Conde

Postdoctoral Fellow

Cecilia joined the Teichmann lab in 2019 to study human immunity across lymphoid and non-lymphoid tissues and to unravel the clonal distributions of T and B lymphocytes.  After completing a degree in Pharmacy in the University of Seville, Cecilia went on to study an MSc in Molecular Medicine at University College London and a PhD in Immunology at the Research Centre for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Her PhD work focused on dissecting the genetic cause of molecularly undiagnosed primary immunodeficiencies, which led to the discovery of human DOCK2 and POLD immunodeficiencies.

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Fibroblast, epithelial and endothelial cells communicate with immune cells and are primed to launch organ-specific programs for antiviral defence. Learn more in a fascinating N&V by @tomsgoms & @TeichLab https://go.nature.com/2C02ye0

A recent @nature study by @CeMM_News researchers from Christoph Bock’s group in collaboration with Andreas Bergthaler’s lab uncovers an epigenetic potential that pre-programs structural cells to engage in the immune response against pathogens➡️https://cemm.at/news/ #Immunology