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Spring 2014 Microbiology General Seminar

Walter Life Sciences Bldg., Room M309 @ 3:35pm
Serminar series associated with Micro 630: Topics in Immunology

Date Speaker Institution Seminar Title/Topic
13-Jan Peter Crompton National Institutes of Health Unraveling the molecular and cellular basis of naturally-acquired immunity to malaria
20-Jan MLK Day
27-Jan Vitaly Ganusov University of Tennessee Using mathematical modeling to understanding of immune responses
3-Feb Douglas Begg University of Sydney Johne's disease a mycobacterial infection of ruminants
10-Feb Gudrun Debes
University of Pennsylvania
School of Medicine
B and T cell recirculation through inflamed skin
17-Feb Shige Eda University of Tennessee Immunodiagnosis of Johne's disease and beyond
24-Feb Danielle Garsin University of Texas-Houston
Medical School
Inter-kingdom interactions of Enterococcus
3-Mar Donna Farber Columbia University Medical Center Compartmentalization of T cell responses in mice and humans
10-Mar Pam Small University of Tennessee Mapping Buruli ulcer and M. ulcerans: Mysteries
of transmission
17-Mar Spring Break
24-Mar Daniel Barber National Institutes of Health Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome
(IRIS) in HIV-infected patients
31-Mar John Wherry University of Pennsylvania
Perelman School of Medicine
Molecular regulation of T cell responses to acute and chronic infection
7-Apr Denise Kirschner University of Michigan
Medical School
A systems biology approach to uncover
mechanisms governing immunity: tuberculosis
as a case study
14-Apr Noah Butler The University of Oklahoma
College of Medicine
Cellular and molecular networks of immune
regulation during malaria
21-Apr Judy Stabel USDA National Animal Disease Center Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis and the Host: Unlikely Bedfellows

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