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Spring 2022 General Seminar Series

The Spring 2022 Microbiology Seminar Series will be held at 3:30 pm on Mondays in Mossman 102.

Date

Speaker

Institution affiliation

Seminar title

Feb 14 Brad Day University of Tennessee From cytoskeletal organization, to organizational cytoskeletons (Host Reynolds)
Feb 21 Nathan Yee Rutgers University Geomicrobiology of Assimilatory Sulfate Reduction (Host Mikucki)
Feb 28 TBA TBA TBA
Mar 7 Sunny Shin University of Pennsylvania TBD (Host Johnson)
Mar 21 Jim Riley University of Pennsylvania Snake oil and engineered T cells: things that can fix all of your problems (Host Sparer)
Mar 28 Jason Rauceo John Jay College of Criminal Justice Circuitry Rewiring in Pathogenic Fungi: Role in Stress Adaptation and Elucidating Gene Function (Host Reynolds)
Apr 4 Xiaorong Lin University of Georgia Targeted antifungal delivery and vaccination against cryptococcosis (Host Reynolds)
Apr 11 Nancy Keller University of Wisconsin, Madison Fungal secondary metabolites: ecological role and mining (Host Reynolds)
Apr 18 Laura Knoll University of Wisconsin Modeling Toxoplasma sexual development in mice & microphysiological devices (Chunlei Su)
Apr 25 Vince Martinson University of New Mexico Biology TBD (Host Parker)
May 2 Robert McKay University of Windsor Evaluating the presence of SARS-CoV-2(COVID-19 in the urban water cycle at the world’s busiest border (Host Wilhelm)
May 9 Asharaf Ibrahim The Lundquist Institute Unique features of Mucormycosis pathogenesis (Host Reynolds)
       

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