Microbiology and Immunology Trainee Seminar and Journal Club Series

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology Training Program Trainee Seminar/Journal Club sessions are held on Mondays at 12:00 noon in a NEW LOCATION, 670 Albany St., room 107/108 unless otherwise noted.

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Fall 2019
Thurs, Sept 12
@ 1:00 PM
in L110
DISSERTATION DEFENSE SEMINAR
Alexander Barron
“Perivascular Fibroblast Activation States in Human Skin Diseases”
September 23 JOURNAL CLUB
Carolina Lyon de Ana
Vesely, M.C.A. et al. 2019. Effector TH17 Cells Give Rise to Long-Lived TRM Cells that are Essential for an Immediate Response Against Bacterial Infection. Cell 178:1176-1188.
September 30 STUDENT SEMINARS
Whitney Manhart, Mostoslavsky and Mühlberger Labs
“Comparison of Human and Rousettus aegyptiacus Host Responses to Filovirus Infection”
and
Aditya Mithal, Mostoslavsky Lab
“iPSC modeling of Tissue Resident Macrophage Function in Crohn’s Disease Pathogenesis”
October 7 NO SEMINAR
October 21 STUDENT SEMINARS
Kimberly Barker, Mizgerd Lab
“Resident Memory B Cells are an Important Component of Lung Adaptive Immunity”
and
Allison Thomas, Sagar Lab
“A New Cell Line more Amenable to Access HIV-1 Antibody Dependent Cellular Cytotoxicity Against Broad Range of Variants”
October 28 JOURNAL CLUB
Victoria Kleiner
Gilman, M.S.A. et al. 2019. Structure of the Respiratory Syncytial Virus Polymerase Complex. Cell 179:193-204.
November 4 STUDENT SEMINARS
Albert Jones, Dooms Lab
and
Sarah Nodder, Gummuluru Lab
Friday, Nov 15
@ 12:30 PM
in L110
DISSERTATION DEFENSE SEMINAR
Tessa Cressey

November 18 JOURNAL CLUB
Ellen Suder
Friday, Nov 22
@ 12:00 PM
DISSERTATION DEFENSE SEMINAR
Molly Braun
November 25 STUDENT SEMINARS
Eric Brownhill, Kramnik Lab
and
Rachel Yuen, Wetzler Lab
December 9 POSTDOC/RESEARCH SCIENTIST
Adam Hume, Mühlberger Lab
and
Rebecca Johnson, Griffiths Lab