Microbial Pathogenesis and Immunology Seminar Series

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology Training Program hold a weekly Seminar Series on Wednesdays at 12:00 noon. Please note all seminars will be held in the First Floor NEIDL Conference Room. **See below for access information.

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Spring 2019 MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES
Date
Location
Speaker Title Program Host
Jan 23 Christopher Basler, Ph.D.
Georgia State University
New Insights into Host Interactions with Ebola virus VP30 and VP35 NEIDL Ron Corley
Jan 30 Priti Kumar, Ph.D.
Yale School of Medicine
Balancing Pathology and Protection in Flaviviral Infections of The CNS Microbiology Rahm Gummuluru
Feb 6 No Seminar
Feb 13 No Seminar
Feb 20 Stephan Kissler, Ph.D.
Joslin Diabetes Center
Type 1 Diabetes: Genes, Environment, and More Genes Immunology Hans Dooms
Feb 27 Stefan Sarafianos, Ph.D.
Emory University
Targeting HIV and HBV with Novel Antivirals Microbiology Rahm Gummuluru
Mar 6 Keith Jerome, M.D., Ph.D.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Gene Therapy for Elimination of Persistent Viral Infections Microbiology Andy Henderson
Mar 13 Javier Irazoqui, Ph.D.
University of Massachusetts Medical Center
The Novel Transcription Factor TFEB Integrates Metabolism, Innate Immunity, and Neural Signaling Immunology Lee Quinton
Mar 20 Matthias Götte, Ph.D.
University of Alberta
Active Site Inhibitors of Viral Polymerases: From HIV to Ebola NEIDL Elke Mühlberger
Mar 27 Paul Maglione, M.D., Ph.D.
Pulmonary Center, BUSM
Unraveling the Variable in Common Variable Immunodeficiency Immunology Jay Mizgerd
Apr 3 RESCHEDULED TO 
October 9, 2019
Tijana Ivanovic, Ph.D.

Brandeis University
Mechanism and Inhibition of Influenza Virus Membrane Fusion NEIDL Rachel Fearns
Apr 10 Ya-Chi Ho, M.D., Ph.D.
Yale School of Medicine
Single-cell Transcriptional Landscape Reveals Aberrant HIV-1 Host Interactions upon Latency Reversal Microbiology Andy Henderson
Apr 17 No Seminar
Apr 24 STUDEDNT INVITED
Donna Farber, Ph.D.
Columbia University
Functional Regulation and Tissue Adaptation of Human T Cells Microbiology Kim Barker
May 1 Danielle Clark, Ph.D.
Austere environments Consortium for Enhanced Sepsis Outcomes (ACESCO)
The Host-Response to Severe Infection: Acute Disease and Long-Term Sequelae NEIDL Nahid Badelia
and
John Connor

**If this is your first time attending a seminar in NEIDL, you need to register for NEIDL seminar card access. Please email aco-list@bu.edu the following information:

  • Full Name (including middle)
  • Date of Birth
  • BU or BMC Employee or Student ID Number

Proximity/tap ID badge required for access. Swipe ID badges can be upgraded at no charge by going to the ID office located at 710 Albany St.

Please email or call Melody Zarth at: aco-list@bu.edu or 617.358.9170 with any questions.