Functional heterogeneity of human mononuclear phagocytes in health and disease


  • Prof Muzlifah Haniffa

    Newcastle University

Project summary

This collaborative project includes a series of workshops that engage researchers, the public and digital artists, leading to the production of a multimedia exhibition and performance that explore the creative representations of biological data; the data will be produced during my research on how certain types of cells regulate human immune responses. 

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This grant was awarded under the scheme's previous name of Provision for Public Engagement.