Wed6

12:00 PM

day:
Wednesday
date:
12/06/2017
time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
event:
CIC Research in Progress: Lyndsey Muehling "Experimental infection with human rhinovirus reveals amplified anti-viral responses in allergic asthmatics”
location:
MR6, 3rd Floor, Room 3501
type:
Seminar
department:
Carter Immunology Center
audience:
Faculty Students
details:
Lyndsey Muehling, Grad Candidate
Woodfolk Lab

Title “Experimental infection with human rhinovirus reveals amplified anti-viral responses in allergic asthmatics”

Research-in-Progress (RIP) is a place for graduate students and postdocs to present their ongoing research results and to receive feedback from other researchers (i.e. students, postdocs, faculties). Questions and discussions provide technical solutions and help bring new ideas to current research. Lunch is provided.

RIP starts from 1200p to 100pm in MR6, Rm 3501, unless otherwise indicated.
isCME:
No
speakers:
Lyndsey Muehling Woodfolk Lab
registration:
No registration is necessary
contact:
Peggy Morris PEM7F@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu
day:
Wednesday
date:
12/06/2017
time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
event:
MGR | Kenneth Adler, PhD – On Cell Biology & Airway Disease
location:
Pinn Hall auditorium 1-5
type:
Grand Rounds
department:
Department of Medicine
audience:
Everyone
details:
URL:
https://med.virginia.edu/dom/education/professional-education/medicine-grand-rounds/
isCME:
Yes, credit available
speakers:
Kenneth Adler is one of the world’s foremost researchers in the field of airway disease and a top-ranked biomedical scientist. His lab focuses on elucidating pathogenic mechanisms associated with inflammation in the respiratory airways, as seen in asthma, cystic fibrosis and chronic bronchitis. Specific areas of airway pathophysiology include signal transduction pathways that regulate production and secretion of respiratory mucus at the gene and protein levels. The work is done utilizing primary cultures of differentiated human tracheobronchial cells maintained in a unique air-liquid interface, a procedure developed in this laboratory that maintains these cells so they are essentially identical in structure and function to these cells in the body. This research is funded by NIH and several pharmaceutical firms.
registration:
No registration is necessary
contact:
Tony Brinkman Medicine AJB9FA@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu
day:
Wednesday
date:
12/06/2017
time:
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
event:
Genome Sciences Seminar - Title TBA
location:
Pinn 1017
type:
Seminar
department:
Center for Public Health Genomics
audience:
details:
The Center for Public Health Genomics presents the Genome Sciences Seminar Series (GS3) in both Fall and Spring semesters each Wednesday from 1-2 pm in Pinn 1017. An outstanding slate of speakers will discuss their cutting-edge research in areas such as systems biology, epigenetics and the genetic analysis of complex disease.
URL:
med.virginia.edu/cphg/
isCME:
No
speakers:
Alison Motsinger-Reif, PhD, NC State University
registration:
No registration is necessary
contact:
Elizabeth Mollica Center for Public Health Genomics emm3w@virginia.edu
day:
Wednesday
date:
12/06/2017
time:
4:00 PM - 4:00 PM
event:
MIC Seminar – Age-related stromal changes drive tumorigenesis
location:
Pinn 1-17
type:
Seminar
department:
Microbiology, Immunology, and Cancer Biology
audience:
details:
Sheila Stewart, PhD
Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology
Washington University St. Louis
isCME:
No
speakers:
Sheila Stewart, PhD Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology Washington University St. Louis
registration:
No registration is necessary
contact:
Regina Seitz 4-5111

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