Microbial Pathogenesis, Inflammation, and Immunology Seminar Series
The Department of Microbiology, NEIDL Institute, Program in Inflammatory Disorders, and Immunology Training Program hold a weekly Microbial Pathogenesis, Inflammation and Immunology Seminar Series on Wednesdays at 12:00 noon in L504 (unless otherwise noted).
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|FALL 2015 MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS, INFLAMMATION, AND IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES|
|Sept 16 Location: NEIDL||Cesar Munoz-Fontela, Ph.D.
Heinrich Pette Institute
|“Ebola Virus Immunology: A Tale of Mice and Humans”||NEIDL||Elke Mühlberger|
|Sept 30||Emily Nelson
|“Ebola Virus Diagnostics in Sierra Leone”||Microbiology|
|Kathleen A. McDonough, Ph.D.
New York State Department of Health
|“Keeping up with the Neighborhood: Environmental Gene Regulation in M. tuberculosis“||NEIDL||Ron Corley|
|Oct 14||No Seminar|
|Oct 21||No Seminar|
|Oct 28||Gregory Viglianti, Ph.D.
Boston University School of Medicine
|“Biosafety — It’s Everybody’s Business”||Microbiology|
|Benhur Lee, M.D.
Mt. Sinai Hospital
|“Henipaviruses: Not that Rare, Much more Diverse, Still too Dangerous?”||NEIDL||Paul Duprex|
|Nov 11||No Seminar||Immunology|
|Nov 18||Lydia Lynch, Ph.D.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
|“Obese NK Cells Lack Energy to Kill”||Inflammation||Barb Nikolajczyk|
|Thursday, Nov 19 Location:
|Gary Kobinger, Ph.D
Public Health Agency of Canada
|“Preparedness and Response to Ebola Virus Emergence”||NEIDL||Ron Corley|
|Nov 25||No Seminar|
|Dec 2||Ronald Swanstrom, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina
School of Medicine
|“The Evolution of Macrophage-Tropic HIV-1 and its Role in Virus-Host Interactions”||Microbiology||Rahm Gummuluru|
|Monday, Dec 7
|Nadezhda Yun, M.D.
University of Texas
|“High Containment Research in the Galveston National Laboratory”||NEIDL||Ron Corley|
|Dec 9||Theresa T. Lu, M.D., Ph.D.
Weill Medical College of
|“Regulating the Lymph Node Vascular-Stromal Compartment to Modulate Immunity”||Immunology||Jeff Browning|
|Dec 16||Ranjan Sen, Ph.D.
Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Immunology, NIH
|“Coordinating Genetics and Epigenetics to Assemble Antigen Receptor Genes”||Inflammation||Barb Nikolajczyk|