The Science in Progress (SIP) Talks feature research presentations by senior graduate students to the immunology community. SIP Talks happen on Thursdays at 12:30 pm and graduates, fellows, and faculty are welcome to attend. The sessions will take place every other week and weekly announcements will continue to be sent out through the Immunology email list.
Nov November 05 Thu 2020
"MANATEE: A novel multi-cohort framework for analysis of host response signatures"
Jan January 14 Thu 2021
"IL-12 family cytokines"
Jan January 28 Thu 2021
Jaiswal and Montgomery Labs
"Macrophages and Aging"
Feb February 11 Thu 2021
"Investigating the role of iron metabolism in macrophages during MS/EAE development"
Feb February 25 Thu 2021
"Investigating the Role of Natural Killer Cells in the Control of Latent Epstein-Barr Virus Infection"
Apr April 15 Thu 2021
Nolan and Bollyky Labs
"Islet Heterogeneity and Fate in Type I Diabetes"
May May 13 Thu 2021
Bendall and Blish Labs
"NK cell receptors, ligands, and the latent HIV reservoir"