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2009 Vaccine Research Seminars

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Seminars are held on the NIH campus in Building 40, Conference Rooms 1201 & 1203, on Tuesdays at 4:00 PM (except as noted).

Date

Name

Institution

Seminar

June 23, 2009 Terry Tumpey CDC Mutations that affect the transmissibilty of influenza viruses
June 16, 2009 Nancy Sullivan VRC / NIAID / NIH Ebola virus immunity: Host defenses to deter an unwelcome guest
June 9, 2009 Michael Egan Profectus Making good on the promise of pDNA vaccines
June 2, 2009 Raul Andino Univ Calif San Francisco Virus diversity, evolution and rational vaccine
May 26, 2009 Steve Hoffman Sanaria Progress toward development of a metabolically active, non-replicating Plasmodium falciparummalaariasporozoite vaccine
May 19, 2009 Louis Picker Oregon Health SciUniv Memory T cell regulation in SIV pathogenesis and immunity
May 12, 2009 Robin Weiss University College London Parasitic tumor cells
May 5, 2009 Veffa Franchini NCI / NIH HIV Vaccines: What are we learning from failure in the macaque model?
April 28, 2009 Tom Quinn NIAID, Laboratory of Immunoregulation, Division of Intramural Research HIV infection in Africa: Subtype differences in pathogenesis and transmission
April 21, 2009 Leo Stamatatos SBRI Epitope specificities of cross-neutralizing antibody responses in HIV+ sera: implications for immunogen design
April 14, 2009 Eric Hunter Emory University Virus selection and adaptation following heterosexual transmission of HIV-1 in sub-Saharan Africa
March 31, 2009 Bob Doms University of Pennsylvania Targeting the glycan shield of HIV-1
March 17, 2009 Carl June University of Pennsylvania Engineered T cells for HIV/AIDS
March 10, 2009 Paul Johnson NEPRC Harvard University New insights into protective immunity induced by live attenuated SIV
February 24, 2009 Amalio Telenti University of Lausanne Evolutionary genomics and susceptibility to HIV
February 17, 2009 Paul Offit Children’s Hosp. Philadelphia Communicating science to the public
February 3, 2009 James Binley Torrey Pines Inst. Mol. Med HIV neutralization and vaccine design
January 27, 2009 Paul Spearman Emory University HIV gag protein trafficking and particle assembly
January 13, 2009 George Shaw University of Alabama Transmitted/founder viruses in acute HIV-1 and SIV infection and their implications for vaccine development

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Last Updated January 25, 2012