Dr Roediger is a full-time research officer within Professor Wolfgang Weninger's Immune Imaging Laboratory at the Centenary Institute. He was awarded his PhD in 2011, but has been involved in biomedical research for more than 10 years. In his current capacity as a Research Officer in the Weninger laboratory, he combines cutting-edge technology with sophisticated mouse models to visualise and functionally characterise immune cells in vivo, particularly in the skin. In the last 6 years, Dr Roediger has helped in the development and functional characterisation of Langerhans cells, dermal dendritic cells, gamma delta T cells, macrophages and neutrophils in the skin, both during the steady-state and in response to injury and infection.
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