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2014 Vaccine Research Seminars

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Tuesdays at 4 pm (except as noted): Building 40 (VRC), Room 1203

Date

Name

Institution

Seminar

June 3 Susan Moir NIAID, NIH Antigen-specific memory B cells in HIV-infected individuals
May 27 No Seminar
May 20 James Binley Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies HIV-VLPs as neutralizing antibody vaccine immunogens and as baits for rescuing bnAbs
May 13 No Seminar
May 6 No Seminar - CAVD
April 29 George Georgiou University of Texas, Austin What's in your Blood? Molecular-level Deconvolution of Human Serological and B Cell Responses
April 22 Kanta Subbarao NIAID/NIH Pandemic influenza viruses and vaccines
April 15 Ron A. M. Fouchier Erasmus MC – Department of Viroscience Antigenic drift of influenza virus hemagglutinin and neuraminidase
April 8 Jerome Zack University of California, Los Angeles Novel Means to Target HIV Infection
April 1 John Harty University of Iowa CD8 T cell responses
March 25 Brandon Keele NCI/NIH Understanding HIV transmission using various SIV and NHP models
March 18 Jason Cyster University of California, San Francisco Deciphering the guidance cue code for B cell immunity
March 11 No Seminar – Keystone HIV    
March 4 No Seminar - CROI    
February 25 Nina Bhardwaj Mount Sinai School of Medicine Dysrgeulation of Dendritic Cell function by HIV
February 18 Steve Rosenberg NCI, NIH The Curative Potential of Cell Transfer Immunotherapies for Patients with Cancer
February 11 Adolfo Garcia-Sastre Mount Sinai School of Medicine Induction and regulation of antiviral innate signaling
February 4 Joseph G. Sodroski Harvard University Structure and neutralization of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) envelope glycoproteins
January 28 Mary Carrington NCI, NIH The influence of immunogenetic variation on HIV disease
January 21 Facundo Batista London Research Institute Putting B cells to work: from single molecules to in vivo
January 14 Susan Allen Emory University Vaccine trials in a turbulent HIV prevention context: a rational way forward for Africa
January 7 Georgia Tomaras Duke University Medical Center HIV-1 Antibody Dynamics

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Last Updated May 12, 2014