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Paola Allavena

Department of Immunology and Inflammation, IRCCS-Humanitas Clinical and Research Center, Via manzoni, Rozzano, Italy


She graduated at the Medical School of the University of Milan and received a PhD in Immunology and Allergology. She have a long standing interest in the field of  cancer research, tumor immunology and tumor-promoting inflammation. Her collaborative group actively contributed to understand the links between chronic inflammation and tumor progression.  A special focus of scientific research is the role of tumor-associated macrophages and strategies to target them in therapeutic settings.

How CX3CR1+ Macrophages Regulate Gut Homeostasis

Colonic mucosa is a very peculiar immunological site daily exposed to a huge amount of harmless antigens. It is important for the immune system to be able to recognize this innocuous antigens from pathogens. Among all the immune cells, CX3CR1+ macrophages exploit this critical role. In this commentary on our recent publication on Immunobiology... Read More»

Giulia Marelli and Paola Allavena

Commentary: J Mucosal Immunol Res 2017: 102

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