• Patient associations meet researchers at CRI.

    The meeting of associations of patients and researchers at the Center for Research on Inflammation will be held Thursday, November 14. Focus on 3 pathologies: lupus, obesity and NASH.

  • the pro-inflammatory role of AGR2 protein in Crohn's disease demonstrated by CRI

    The Ogier-Denis / Hugot team working on the intestinal inflammation of CRI has just published an article in EMBO concerning the pro-inflammatory role of AGR2 protein in Chronic Disease.

  • Le 13 November 2019

    Wednesdays of Bichat-Beaujon

    Speaker : Carsten Nieman

    “B cell dysfunction or the immune system taken hostage by the tumor cells?” by Carsten Nieman Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital Department of Hematology  Wednesday, November 13, 2019 -13h  – Thesis hall S.179 Home […]

  • Le 20 November 2019

    Wednesdays of Bichat-Beaujon

    Speaker : Leo Koendermann

    “Kinetics and characterization of neutrophil phenotypes” by Leo Koendermann Utrecht University, Respiratory Medicine Department   Wednesday, November 20, 2019 -13h  – Thesis hall S.179 Home around a buffet at 12:30 With […]


Inflammation Research Center


The Center for Research on Inflammation is home to more than 250 researchers, physicians, engineers and technicians working together to understand the common mechanisms of inflammatory diseases and constantly striving to find the right balance between basic and clinical research. to keep an approach that goes from the bench to the patient’s bedside.


Highlights Publications

  • Publication date : 15 July 2019 More

    Mucosal-associated invariant T cells and disease Nature Reviews Immunology volume 19, pages643–657 (2019)

    Autors : Lotersztajn Sophie

  • Publication date : 30 April 2019 More

    Control of anterior GRadient 2 (AGR2) dimerization links endoplasmic reticulum proteostasis to inflammation EMBO Mol Med (2019) 11: e10120