Events Calendar

Event Series IID Seminars

Mediating host tolerance and innate immune triage to infection and damage: The lung as a central regulator

Virtual In Person

Amanda Jamieson   Esther Elizabeth Brintzenhoff Associate Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology co-Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) for the Pathobiology Graduate Program co-Director of the Post-Baccalaureate Research Program (NIH-PREP) Brown University This speaker will be in person in FXB 301. The event will be hybrid and we will have lunch for those that are present.

Event Series IID Seminars

Repurposing and repositioning human kinase inhibitors for malaria

Virtual In Person

Kelly Chibale  Professor of Organic Chemistry, University of Cape Town(UCT) Neville Isdell Chair in African -centric Drug Discovery and Development Director: UCT Drug Discovery & Development (H3D) Centre, a J&J Centre for Global Health Discovery This speaker will be in person in FXB 301. The event will be hybrid and we will have lunch for … Continue reading "Repurposing and repositioning human kinase inhibitors for malaria"

Event Series IID Seminars

Tales from the Secret Garden: Vaginal Products for HIV Prevention and How They Impact the Microbiome and Immune Factors

Virtual In Person

Sharon Hillier  Richard Sweet Professor of Reproductive Infectious Disease and Vice-Chair for Faculty Affairs, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Departments of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences and Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Director Reproductive Infectious Disease Research, UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital This speaker will be in person in FXB 301. … Continue reading "Tales from the Secret Garden: Vaginal Products for HIV Prevention and How They Impact the Microbiome and Immune Factors"

Event Series IID Seminars

What is virulence? Harnessing machine learning models of genomes, proteomes, and electronic medical records to assess the impact of host versus microbial factors in predicting the severity of 38,000 bloodstream infections

Virtual

Ian Lewis, PhD Associate Professor of Biochemistry and AIHS Chair University of Calgary, Canada This speaker will be in person in FXB 301. The event will be hybrid and we will have lunch for those that are present.