IL-4RΑ SIGNALING IN CD4+CD25+FOXP3+ T REGULATORY CELLS RESTRAINS AIRWAY INFLAMMATION VIA LIMITING LOCAL TISSUE IL-33
Why Immunology at UCT?
‘Driving science to promote world health’ with an emphasis on cutting-edge research, training students and staff, mentoring and enhancing research capacity in South Africa.
To use an integrated cohesive immunology programme of research, education and service to combat communicable and non-communicable diseases in South Africa and beyond.
UCT has a strong track record in immunology and aims to become the centre of research in Africa. Most of the research projects are internationally collaborative which is essential for meaningful research.
‘Driving science to promote world health’