Bruce Stocker Memorial Lecture

The Stocker Memorial Lecture is dedicated to the memory and contibutions of the late Bruce A.D. Stocker, MD. 

This annual lecture is in honor of Dr. Stocker who researched Salmonella bacteria helping to develop more effective vaccines. Bruce Stocker spent 38 years at Stanford as an educator, researcher, professor and as chair of the microbiology and immunology department from 1976 to 1981. 

Stocker Memorial Speakers

Dr. Gordon Dougan, The Sanger Institute (6/9/06)
Dr. John Mekalanos, Harvard Medical School (6/5/07)
Dr. Sam Miller, University of Washington (1/15/08)
Dr. Ralph Isberg, Tufts University (2/2/09)
Dr. Jorge Galan, Yale University (4/19/10)
Dr. Lalita Ramakrishnan, University of Washington (4/27/11)
Dr. Andreas Bӓumler, University of California at Davis (4/4/12)
Dr. David Sibley, Washington University St. Louis (10/17/12)
Dr. Raphael Valdivia, Duke University (4/16/14)
Dr. Karen Guillemin, University of Oregon (1/21/15)
Dr. Jefferey F. Miller, University of California at Los Angeles (2/24/16)
Dr. Sunny Shin, University of Pennsylvania (11/12/16)
Dr. David Weiss, Emory University (4/18/18)
Dr. Renee Tsolis, University of California at Davis (1/9/19)
Dr. Arturo Zychlinsky, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology (5/19/21)
Dr. Suzanne Noble, University of California at San Francisco (2/23/22)
Dr. Victor Nizet, University of California at San Diego (1/4/23)