The NIAID/DMID Systems Biology Consortium for Infectious Diseases hosts a monthly webinar series to share the expertise, technological advances, and scientific breakthroughs at each of the centers, and serves as a platform to foster collaboration and knowledge sharing. This lecture series includes members of the NIAID/DMID Systems Biology Consortium, steering committee, NIAID, and other invited scientists. Monthly lectures are given by participating or invited scientists, ranging from senior investigators to graduate student researchers.
- “Impact of commensal microbiota changes on fecal metabolites and antibiotic-resistant pathogens” by Drs. Eric Pamer and Justin Cross, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
- “Intra-specific competition for co-germinants mediates protection from lethal C. difficile infection” by Dr. Vincent Young, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
- “Predicting the emergence of antibiotic resistance through multi-omics approaches and immune system-surveillance” by Dr. Jason Rosch, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN