MICROBIOLOGY & IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES 2000-01
Mondays at 5:00 PM, in Room HSW301 (to the bottomto the middle)

DATE

SPEAKER

LECTURE

October
2

Robert Abraham
Duke University SOM

Pleiotropic contributions of
PLC-g 1 during TCR signaling:
Teaching an old enzyme new tricks

9

Betty Diamond
Albert Einstein College
of Medicine

Novel Models of SLE

16

Richard Locksley
UCSF

Making Th2 Cells.

23

Josef Penninger
Amgen Institute, Ontario
Cancer Institute

Cbl-b as Molecular Gatekeeper
of Antigen Receptor Clustering

30

Tim Springer
Harvard Medical School

Structural Rearrangements in the Integrins that Regulate Leukocyte Adhesion and Trafficking.November

November
13

Craig Thompson
University of Pennsylvania
Cancer Center

Transferring Genes that Regulate the Survival of Naive Lymphocytes.

December
4

Jon Sedgwick
DNAX Research Institute

TBA

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11

Edward Wakeland
University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center

Genetic Dissection of Systemic Autoimmunity.

18

Barret Rollins
Dana Faber Cancer Institute

Control of Inflammatory Disease and T Helper Cell Polarization by the Chemokine, MCP-1

January
8, 2001

Mark Schlissel
UC Berkeley

Targeting the V(D)J Recombinase

22

Richard Flavell
Yale University SOM

The Molecular Basis of T Cell Differentiation

February
5

Elizabeth Mellins
Stanford University SOM

Antigen Presentation in the Class II Pathway

12

Rodger McEver
W. K. Warren Medical
Research Institute

Selectin-initiated Leukocyte Adhesion to Vascular Surfaces

26

Elizabeth Mellins
Stanford University

Antigen Presentation in the Class II Pathway

March
5

Gary Koretzky
University of Pennsylvania

Adapter Proteins as Regulators of Signall Transduction in Lymphocytes

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12

Bruce Walker
Massachusetts General Hospital

HIV Pathogenesis: Lessions from Acute Infection

19


Noon,
Toland Hall

Harinder Singh
University of Chicago/HHMI

Stephen D. Miller
Northwestern Univ. Med. School

Transcriptional Regulation of Lymphoid and Myeloid Cell Fates

Molecular Mimicry and Epitope Spreading: Two Pathways to Theiler's Virus-Induced CNS Autoimmunity

26

Chris Biron
Brown University

TBA

April
9

Paul Allen
Washington University SOM

Tumor Immunotherapy

16

Philippa Marrack
National Jewish Center, HHMI

Naive and Memory T Cells

23

Ted Jardetsky
Northwestern University

Structural Insights into Antibody Receptor Specificity and Signaling

30

Irving Weissman
Stanford University SOM

SEMINAR RESCHEDULED

May
7

Mike Brenner
Engleman Visiting Professor
Brigham & Woman's Hospital

Antigen Presentation by CD1

14

Laurie Glimcher
Harvard School of Public Health

Lineage Commitment in Lymphocytes

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