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 in X222. While in person attendance is preferred, all seminars will be livestreamed via Zoom, and email reminders containing the Zoom link will be sent prior to each seminar. Please email kfurness@bu.edu if you want to be added to the email listserv.

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Elucidating Mechanisms of Immunity to Nipah Virus Infection through Generation of Attenuated Viruses and a Single-Cycle Vectored Vaccine​

Spring 2023 MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS AND IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES
Date Speaker Title Program Host
Jan 18 Brad Jones, PhD
Weill Cornell Medicine
Silence and Resistance in HIV Reservoir Persistence NEIDL Florian Douam
Jan 25 Adam Lauring, MD, PhD
University of Michigan
How Host-level Processes Drive and Constrain the Evolution of New Viral Variants MICRO Manish Sagar
Feb 1 Meg Younger, PhD
Boston University
Non-Canonical Olfaction in Disease-Vector Mosquitoes NEIDL Fabiana Feitosa-Suntheimer
Feb 8 TBA
Feb 15 Stephanie Foster, PhD
Emory University
Elucidating Mechanisms of Immunity to Nipah Virus Infection through Generation of Attenuated Viruses and a Single-Cycle Vectored Vaccine NEIDL Nicholas Crossland
Feb 22 No Seminar
Mar 1 Avinash Bhandoola, PhD
NIH
NEIDL Florian Douam
Mar 8 TBA
Mar 15 Celestine Wanjalla, MD, PhD
Vanderbilt University
MICRO Jennifer Snyder-Cappione
Mar 22 Liang Shan, PhD
Washington University
MICRO Rahm Gummuluru and Andrew Henderson
Mar 29 TBA
Apr 5 TBA
Apr 12 STUDENT INVITED SPEAKER
Stephanie Seifert, PhD
Washington State University
MICRO Ellen Suder
Apr 19 No Seminar
Apr 26 Viviana Simon, MD, PhD
Mt Sinai, Icahn School of Medicine
MICRO Rahm Gummuluru and Andrew Henderson
May 3 S. Rameeza Allie, PhD
Pennsylvania State University
Resident Memory B Cells in the Frontline of Respiratory Immunity ITP Jeffrey Browning