September LIFE Group Meeting
Talking Science: Lung Fibrosis
Presentation by Associate Professor Cecilia Prêle
Cecilia Prêle is an Associate Professor and head of the Tissue Repair and Fibrosis Group at the Institute for Respiratory Health. She is an experienced cell and molecular biologist.
Associate Professor Prêle’s research focus is on understanding the cellular and molecular pathways driving the pathogenesis of lung fibrosis. Specifically, her current research investigates the role of B cells and autoimmunity in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and the potential use of immunotherapy approaches for the future treatment of chronic lung disease. Her research has expanded to include the investigation of other fibrotic conditions.
About the LIFE Group
Lung Information and Friendship for Everyone (LIFE) is a lung health support group that has been connecting people living with chronic lung conditions across Perth for over 30 years.
Run by, and for people, with chronic lung disease, their families, carers and supporters, members share their experiences and learn better ways to cope with lung conditions. It’s the perfect place to connect with other people living with lung disease, who know exactly what you’re going through.
If you would like further information, please get in touch with one of the following LIFE Leaders: