Graduates and Past Members

PhD.

 

- Alexandra dos Anjos Cassado. Thesis title: “Role of toll-like receptors in the activation of heterogeneous populations of macrophagesYear Defense: 2011.

- Carina Buzzo de Lima. Thesis title: ”Evaluation of the molecular mechanisms involved in the expression of iNOS mediated by the NAIP5 / NLRC4-Caspase-1 axis.” Year Defense: 2014

- Thaís Boccia. Thesis title: ”Role of the inflammasome in the dendritic cells activation and in the adaptive immune response modulationYear Defense: 2014

-  Silvia Lage. Thesis title: “Involvement of cell death processes in the adjuvant properties of flagellinYear Defense: 2015

- Kely Catarine Matteucci. Thesis title: “Role of NLRP3 in the control of autophagy during Trypanosoma cruzi infection.Year Defense: 2018.

- Lucas Silva Faustino. Thesis title: "Treg in experimental asthma". Year Defense: 2010. Co-orientation

- Renato Barboza. Thesis title: "Influence of Toll-like receptor 2 and 4 in the development of pulmonary allergy induced by Blomia tropicalis in the presence of lipopolysaccharide." Year Defense: 2010. Co-orientation

- Julia Cortina Campopiano. Thesis title: “Study of the regulation of FasL expression by Toll-like receptor agonists during the presentation of antigens and the consequent modulation of the survival of CD4 + T lymphocytes and antigen-presenting cells”. Year Defense: 2014. Co-orientation

- Jonatan Ersching. Thesis title: "Study of the cellular and molecular bases of immune response control mediated by specific CD8 + T lymphocytes induced during experimental infection by Trypanosoma cruzi and vaccination with recombinant adenoviral vector." Year Defense: 2015. Co-orientation

- Laura Migliari Branco.Thesis title: "Role of NLRP3 and lysosomal cathepsins in NLRC4 inflammasome activation". Year Defense: 2019

 

 

M.Sc.

 

- Alexandra dos Anjos Cassado. Thesis title: “Role of bacterial flagellin and lipopolysaccharides in the activation of heterogeneous populations of macrophages”. Year Defense: 2007

 - Carina Buzzo de Lima. Thesis title: “Role of bacterial flagellin and lipopolysaccharides in the activation of heterogeneous populations of macrophages”. Year Defense: 2009.

- Silvia Lage. Thesis title: “Influence of the recognition of extra and intracellular flagellin on the processes of pyroptose and autophagy in macrophages.Year Defense: 2011.

- Virginia Mendes Gonçalves. Thesis title:Role of Inflammasome in the activation of dendritic cells during Trypanosoma cruzi infection”.Year Defense: 2013.

- Carla Longo de Freitas. Thesis title:Differential role of NLRC4, ASC and caspase-1 on cytosolic flagellin activation of macrophages”. Year Defense: 2014.

- Aline Pacheco. Thesis title: “Activation of inflammasome in central nervous system cells and their impact on neuronal physiology.” Year Defense: 2016.

Felipe Daniel Cardoso. Thesis title: " Interaction between inflammasome in the control of Trypanosoma cruzi infection". Year Defense: 2019