Program in Immunology Seminar Series: Academic Year 2009-2010

Date

Speaker

Institution

Title

9/3/2009 Victor Darley-Usmar, PhD UAB Mitochondria: Nitric Oxide Signals the Powerhouse
9/17/2008 Clayton Matthews, PhD University of Florida, Gainesville The Type 1 Diabetes Resistance Gene mt-Nd2 Regulates Mitochondrial Reactive Oxygen Species Generation and Prevents Beta Cell Destruction
10/15/2009 Robert L. Fairchild, PhD Learner Research Institute Innate-adaptive interactions directing CD8 T cells into the skin to mediate immune responses
10/22/2009 Olivera Finn, PhD University of Pittsburgh Human tumor antigens and immunosurveillance
10/29/2009 Dan R. Littman, PhD NY University Langone Medical Center Role of transcription factors and microbiota in Th17 cell function
11/5/2009 Bana Jabri, MD, PhD University of Chicago IL-15 a checkpoint in tissue immunity
11/12/2009 Kevin Roth, MD, PhD UAB Apoptosis and Autophagy: Neuronal Cell Survival in the Balance
11/19/2009 Hui Xu, PhD UAB

IL-17 mediated responses promote tumor development

11/26/2009 Thanksgiving Holiday: No seminar
12/3/2009 Hiromi Kubagawa, MD UAB

Identification of the long elusive IgM Fc receptor

12/10/2009 Alexander Szalai, PhD UAB

Insights into CRP action and reaction in autoimmunity

12/24/2009 Christmas Holiday: No seminar
12/31/2009 New Year's Eve Holiday: No seminar
1/7/2010 Harry Schroeder, Jr., MD, PhD UAB

Development of the Antibody Repertoire:  The Illusion of Free Will

1/14/2010 Hiroshi Kiyono, PhD UAB

Mucosal Decision for Organogenesis, Symbiosis and Vaccine

1/21/2010 Chyi-Song Hsieh, MD, PhD Washington University School of Medicine

Role of TCR specificity in regulatory T cell development

1/28/2010 Leszek Ignatowicz, PhD Medical College of Georgia

Development and antigen receptors on natural Foxp3+ T cells

2/4/2010 Jordan S. Orange, MD, PhD University of Pennsylvania

The in’s and out’s of NK cell cytotoxicity

2/11/2010 Galit Alter, PhD Harvard University, MGH NK cells in HIV: friends or foes?
2/25/2010 Mark Jenkins, PhD University of Minnesota Medical School How CD4+ T lymphocytes remember past infections
3/4/2010 Andrew Chan, MD, PhD Genentech, CA T cell activation- Steps to full effector function
3/11/2010 Harry Schroeder, Jr., MD, PhD UAB

Development of the Antibody Repertoire:  The Illusion of Free Will

3/25/2010 David Artis, PhD University of Pennsylvania Regulation of immunity at mucosal sites
4/1/2010 Tim Townes, PhD UAB Induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells and gene replacement therapy for sickle cell disease
4/8/2010 Susan Pierce, PhD NIAD/NIH It's all about change: The antigen-driven initiation of B cell receptor signaling
4/15/2010 David Briles, PhD UAB Pneumococcal virulence proteins as vaccine antigens
4/22/2010 S. Louis Bridges Jr., MD UAB Opportunities in human immunology: Rheumatoid srthritis
5/6/2010 Chandra Mohan, MD, PhD Southwestern Medical Center Three checkpoints in Lupus development
5/13/2010 David V. Serreze, PhD The Jackson Laboratory Invasion of the killer Bs in type 1 diabetes
5/20/2010 Allan Zajac, PhD UAB CD8 T cell exhaustion: Causes, consequences, and conversion
5/27/2010 Jan Potempa, PhD Jagiellonian University Gingipains: The master tools used by Porphyromonas gingivalis to manipulate the host immune system
6/10/2010

Kate Kosmac

Travis Ptacek

Latonya Williams

John Yi

UAB

Special Seminar Presented by the Four Most Outstanding Trainee Presenters at the

Program in Immunology Training Grant Poster Session

 

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