Cellular and Molecular Genetics Training Program presents: 

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Atkinsons Hall (map below)
25th January, 2019
9:00AM-5:00PM

Event Info


Session 1

8:30-9:00AM Registration with coffee & pastries
9:00-9:10AM Opening Remarks
9:10-9:40AM TBD
9:40-10:10AM TBD
10:10-10:40AM TBD

10:40-10:55AM Break with coffee

10:55-11:25AM TBD
11:25-11:50AM TBD
11:50-12:20PM TBD


Session 2

12:20-1:10PM Lunch

1:10-1:40PM TBD
1:40-2:10PM TBD
2:10-2:40PM TBD

2:40-2:55PM Break with coffee

2:55-3:25PM TBD
3:25-3:50PM TBD
3:50-4:50PM Keynote Speaker - Frank Slack

Speakers

Frank Slack
Harvard University

Elde

"TBA"

Kelly Doran
University of Colorado

Doran

"Mechanisms of Blood-Brain Barrier Penetration by Group B Streptococcus"

Kristian G. Andersen
The Scripps Research Institute

Andersen

"From Ebola to Zika - tracking large-scale outbreaks using genomics"

Pascal Gagneux
University of California, San Diego

Gagneux

"Mammalian Sperm as Pathogens – Interplay between Natural and Sexual Selection"

Nick Shikuma
San Diego State University

Shikuma

"Stimulation of Animal Metamorphosis by Bacteria"

Marygorret Obonyo
University of California, San Diego

Obonyo

"Helicobacter-induced inflammation: Role of MyD88"

Floyd Romesberg
The Scripps Research Institute

Romesberg

"Development of antibiotics that inhibit protein secretion"

Erica Ollman Saphire
The Scripps Research Institute

Ollman-Saphire

"Antibodies against Viral Hemorrhagic Fever: It takes a Village"

Wenbo Ma
University of California, Riverside

Ma

"Effector proteins as molecular probes to understand pathogenicity"

Victor Nizet
University of California, San Diego

Nizet

"Immune Evasion by Invasive Group A Streptococcus: The Flesh-Eating Bacteria"

James Nieh
University of California, San Diego

Nieh

"The milkmaid strategy: Using immune priming to activate honey bee immunity against a common microsporidian pathogen, Nosema ceranae"

Roland Liu
University of California, San Diego

Liu

"Minor modifications alter antibiotic mechanism of action of plant defense metabolites"


Andrew Ryan
University of California, San Diego

Ryan

"Investigating the antiviral role of mammalian PARP proteins"

Location and contact

The symposium will be held at Atkinson Hall, on UCSD's campus.

To get directions, click on "More options" on the top left corner of the map.

For general inquiries and issues regarding the symposium or the website, please contact Alex Weitzel ajweitze (at) ucsd.edu