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2014-2015 Immunology Research in Progress

The Immunology Research in Progress seminar series is co-sponsored by the Institute for Human Infections and Immunity (IHII) and the Departments of Microbiology & Immunology, Pathology, and Pediatrics.

Presenters are faculty members and senior postdoctoral fellows/graduate students who are working in the areas of research of immune regulation or host defense. For sign up or questions/suggestions, please contact Dr. Lynn Soong either by phone (409-772-8149) or via email.

Organizers: Dr. Lynn Soong and Dr. Robin Stephens
Room: Levin Hall 3.324
Time: Wednesdays, 12 Noon - 1 pm

Date Name of Presenter Topic
10/15/14 Jiaren Sun Innate immune regulators in viral hepatitis
11/12/14 Evgeni Sukerenko
University of Washington
Adhesion-blocking antibodies: how to design an effective vaccine
12/17/14 Alex Dent
University of Indiana
Bcl6 in Tfh differentiation
01/14/15 Peter Melby Pathogenesis of visceral leishmaniasis
02/18/15 Ricardo Rajsbaum Regulation of Innate Antiviral Immunity by the TRIM E3-Ubiquitin Ligase Family of Proteins
03/18/15 Allan Brasier Dissecting host immune responses and pathways
04/15/15 Victor Reyes Gut inflammation and immune regulation
05/13/15 Roberto Garofalo Airway inflammation and control
06/17/15 Gregg Milligan CD8 T cells in the control of viral infections