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Dr. Panjwani Center for Molecular Medicine and Drug Research
Dr. Daniel Christian Hoessli 



  • Adjunct Faculty

    E-mail: Daniel.Hoessli@medecine.unige.ch

     


Daniel Hoessli obtained his MD title at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. Following post-doctoral training in immunology at the Washington University (St.-Louis, MO) and Yale University (New Haven, CT), he pursued his research at the University of Geneva, focusing in the characterization of lymphocyte membrane receptors and was among the first to propose the concept of membrane microdomains, specialized lipid and protein environments that coordinate surface receptors with intracellular signaling molecules. Analyzing the signaling profile of tumoral lymphocytes (lymphoma cells) has led him to define the components of constitutively hyperactive signaling properties of lymphoma cells. The pathological “signalosomes” of lymphoma cells are anchored in membrane microdomains enriched in sphingolipids and could be targeted by both pharmacological and dietary therapeutic approaches.

Area of Research:
Immunology and oncology  

Curriculum Vitae


International Center of Chemical and Biological Sciences, University Of Karachi
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