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.

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FALL 2017 MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS, INFLAMMATION, AND IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES
Date
Location
Speaker Title Program Host
Sept 27
L504
Gregory Melikian, Ph.D.
Emory University
Mechanistic Studies of Virus Entry and Restriction by Host Membrane Proteins Microbiology Andy Henderson
Friday,
Sept 29
NEIDL
Mark Harris, Ph.D.
University of Leeds
The Hepatitis C Virus Protein: Function and Regulation NEIDL Paul Duprex
Oct 4
NEIDL
Jason Rock, PhD.
Boston University
Stem Cells and Lung Repair/ Regeneration NEIDL Ron Corley
Oct 11
Oct 18
NEIDL
Scott Weaver, Ph.D.
University of Texas Medical Branch
Vaccines for Emerging Urban Arboviruses: Chikungunya and Zika NEIDL Ron Corley
Oct 25
L504
Joseph Craft, M.D.
Yale University School of Medicine
T-Cell Dependent Humoral Immunity Immunology Jeff Browning
Nov 1
NEIDL
James Whitney, Ph.D.
Ragon Institute
Therapeutic Development for Zika Virus Infection NEIDL Ron Corley
Nov 8
Nov 15
L504
Zandrea Ambrose, PhD.
University of Pittsburgh
Nevertheless it Persisted: HIV Drug Resistance Impacts on PrEP and Antiretroviral Therapy Microbiology Rahm Gummuluru
Nov 22 No Seminar
Nov 29
L504
Michael Niederweis, Ph.D.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
The Necrosis-Inducing Toxin of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Microbiology Igor Kramnik
Dec 6 Mohsan Saeed, Ph.D.
The Rockefeller Univeristy
Creating a Suitable Host Environment for Virus Replication NEIDL Ron Corley
Dec 13
NEIDL
Jason Botten, Ph.D.
University of Vermont
Virus Particles: Host Machinery Critical for their Formation and Infectivity NEIDL John Connor
Primary teaching affiliate
of BU School of Medicine