Dr. Nabila Seddiki.
Immunologist at at Université Paris-Saclay
Dr. Nabila Seddiki, is Senior Lecturer at the Paris-Est Créteil University (UPEC). Her journey in the immunology and infectious diseases field has been marked by her unwavering commitment to understanding the intricate world of T-cell subsets.
Dr. Seddiki holds the INSERM "Chaire d’Excellence en Immunologie et Maladies Infectieuses," a testament to her exceptional contributions to this field. Her journey in academia led her to the Vaccine and Immunity Research Institute (VRI) in 2010, where she embarked on a quest to unlock the secrets of the immune system.
Before her tenure at VRI, she began as a Research Fellow at the prestigious Centenary Institute at the University of Sydney. Her dedication and enthusiasm for immunology research led her to the National Centre for HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research at the University of New South Wales, where she became a Senior Scientist.
Dr. Seddiki's research focuses on understanding T-cell subsets. She delves deep into the cellular and molecular intricacies of these critical components of the immune system. Her focus lies in investigating the dynamics of antigen-specific T regulatory, T follicular helper, and effector CD4+ T-cell subsets in the context of viral infections. By doing so, she sheds light on how the immune system responds to these infections and seeks to improve our understanding of these crucial interactions.
Furthermore, Dr. Seddiki's work has extended into the field of microRNA and chromatin remodelling, exploring their roles in regulating target molecules during HIV-1 infection. This innovative approach promises to uncover new insights into the mechanisms that drive viral infections and potentially offer novel avenues for treatment and prevention.
Join us in learning more about Dr. Seddiki's work in this episode of the "EUGLOHRIA Talks"