Symposia

2017 Annual Symposium

Northwestern University’s Cellular and Molecular Basis of Disease Training Grant Presents:

2017 CMBD Symposium: Host-Pathogen Crosstalk During Disease Pathogenesis

December 13th, 2017
Northwestern University
Baldwin Auditorium, Lurie Research Center
303 E Superior St., Chicago, IL 60611

Featured Speakers:

Dr. Stacy Horner, Duke University School of Medicine:
“Defining how RNA modifications regulate Flaviviridae virus infection”

Dr. Glenn Randall, University of Chicago:
“Imaging hepatitis C virus infection of liver organoids”.

Dr. Greg Smith, Northwestern University:
“From cold sores to encephalitis: herpesvirus invasion of the nervous system”

Dr. Michael Federle, UIC:
“Intercepting Bacterial Signaling to Identify and Manipulate Molecular Interactions with the Host”

Dr. Francis Alonzo, Loyola University:
“Investigating how Staphylococcus aureus evades immune cell recognition”


 

9:00am-9:10am-Introductory Remarks

9:15am-10:15am-Dr. Stacy Horner, “Defining how RNA modifications regulate Flaviviridae virus infection”

10:15am-10:30am-Coffee Break

10:30am-11:10am-Dr. Glenn Randall, “Imaging hepatitis C virus infection of liver organoids”.

11:10am-11:40am-Dr. Greg Smith, “From cold sores to encephalitis: herpesvirus invasion of the nervous system”

11:45am-1:45pm-Lunch/Poster Session

2:00pm-2:40pm-Dr. Francis Alonzo, “Investigating how Staphylococcus aureus evades immune cell recognition”

2:45pm-3:25pm-Dr. Michael Federle, “Intercepting Bacterial Signaling to Identify and Manipulate Molecular Interactions with the Host”

3:25pm-3:35pm-Closing Remarks

3:45pm-4:45pm-Reception

 Registration is open until November 17th, 2017 and available here.