Microbiology and Immunology Trainee Seminar and Journal Club Series

The Microbiology and Immunology Training Program (ITP) Trainee Seminar/Journal Club (JC) sessions are held on Mondays at 12:00 noon in the Microbiology Conference Room L504.

Fall 2014
September 8 Outside speaker for Microbial Pathogenesis, Inflammation, and Immunology Training Program Seminar
15 Microbiology Welcome Back Lunch
September 22 Lab Safety Round Table Discussion Andrew Henderson
Elke Mühlberger
Gregory Viglianti
“Biosafety – It’s Everybody’s Business”
29 Outside speaker for Microbial Pathogenesis, Inflammation, and Immunology Training Program Seminar
October 6 Microbiology Journal Club Ian Francis Helaine, S. et al. Internalization of Salmonella by Macrophages Induces Formation of Nonreplicating Persisters. Science 343:204-208, 2014.
13 No Seminar
20 Student Seminar Emily Nelson “Diversion of Cellular Stress Response Proteins During Ebola Virus Infection”
27 Postdoctoral Seminar Min Zhu “Inflammation in Type 2 Diabetes”
November 3 Student Seminar Munir Mosaheb “Roles of Antigen Presenting Cells in Vaccine Adjuvant Activity”
10 Immunology Journal Club Rescheduled to December 8
17 Postdoctoral Seminar Laure Deflube “Ebolavirus Replication Initiation Mechanism is Unique Among Mononegavirales”
24 Student Seminars Suzanne Kijewski
and
Gregory Wasserman
“Mechanistic Differences in Interactions of HIV-1 and HIV-2 with Dendritic Cells”
and
“Role of the piRNA Binding Protein Miwi2 During Bacterial Pneumonia”
December 1 Microbiology Journal Club Munir Mosaheb
THIS IS A SPECIAL 2-HOUR JOURNAL CLUB FROM 12:00-2:00 8 Immunology Journal Club Michelle Fleury Seok, J. et al. Genomic Responses in Mouse Models Poorly Mimic Human Inflammatory Diseases. PNAS 110:3507-3512, 2013.Takao, K. et al. Genomic Responses in Mouse Models Greatly Mimic Human Inflammatory Diseases. PNAS [Epub ahead of print] 2014.
Primary teaching affiliate
of BU School of Medicine