5th HKU-Pasteur Cell Biology Course Highlights

During this two-week of course 21 young and talented students from 10 different countries gained knowledge about vesicular trafficking and intracellular transport with a special attention to microscopy techniques used for understanding of infection biology and host-pathogen interactions. The practical workshops organized by Jost ENNINGA, Kristine SCHAUER, Jennifer FREDLUND and Musa MHLANGA focused on use of a normalized cellular system to compare bacterial invasion of host cell by different bacteria and on super resolution imaging of bacterial infection.

On the last day, students and faculty of the 5th HKU-Pasteur Cell Biology Course on imaging host-pathogens interactions indulge themselves with Cantonese delicacies and wines during the Awards Dinner.

Magdalena KASENDRA (Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, Italy) best student of the 5th HKU-Pasteur Cell Biology Course with George TSAO and Roberto BRUZZONE, Directors of the course

George and Roberto, the directors of the course with the help of Mark MARSH and Musa MHLANGA, praised the students for their work, participation and achievements andd awarded them. Fan ZHENG (University of Hong Kong, Leang Chung CHOH (University of Malaya, Malaysia), and Jerolen NAIDOO (CSIR, South Africa) received special prizes and Magdalena KASENDRA (Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics) came first in this year course.

Fan ZHENG (University of Hong Kong, Jerolen NAIDOO (CSIR, South Africa) and Leang Chung CHOH (University of Malaya, Malaysia) best runners-up

Mark MARSH (University College London, UK) and Musa MHLANGA (CSIR, South Africa)