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Archived Occasional Thursday Noon Lecture

2013 Lectures





Dec. 12

Grégoire Altan-Bonnet, Ph.D.

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Quantitative immunology: new methodologies to monitor and model the immune response

Nov. 14

P'ng Loke, Ph.D.

New York University School of Medicine

"Regulation of human intestinal inflammation by helminths and the mucosal microbiota"

Sep. 12

Fran Hakim, Ph.D.

Experimental Transplantation & Immunology Branch, National Cancer Institute

Chronic Graft versus Host Disease: There Is a Fire Down Below
Cellular and molecular analyses of a chronic inflammatory process

Aug. 8

Stuart A. Grossman

John Hopkins University School of Medicine

"The association between severe treatment-related lymphopenia and survival in patients with newly diagnosed brain, lung, pancreas, and head and neck cancers"

2012 Lectures





Dec. 13

John D. Lambris, Ph.D.

Dr. Ralph and Sallie Weaver Professor of Research Medicine, Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Complement: more than a "guard" against invading pathogens.

Apr. 12

John Harley

Children's Hospital Medical Center University of Cincinnati

Lupus: host and environmental etiologies

Feb. 9

Ronald P. Taylor

University of Virginia School of Medicine

Ancient History and Recent Progress:Penetration of Antibody-Opsonized Cells by the Membrane Attack

Feb. 16

Renhua Li


Quantitative modeling:?A holistic approach to biological insights?

2011 Lectures





Oct. 20

Shurjo Sen


"Transcriptome profiling in atherosclerosis: a combined analysis of RNA-Seq and microarray data from lymphoblastoid cell lines"

June 2

Michael Liebman/ Sabrina Molinaro

Strategic Medicine, Inc

Stratified Medicine vs Personalized Medicine

May 12

David Sacks


The Immunology of Human Visceral Leishmaniasis

May 5

Andrea De Maria

University of Genova

Involvement of activating NK cell receptors and their modulation in pathogen immunity: the case of HCV and HIV

April 21

Nejat Egilmelz

State University of New York

Homeostatic Counter-regulation in Interleukin-12 Cancer Therapy

March 31

Michele Evans/Luigi Ferrucci


Phenotypes of Aging in the BLSA and The Healthy Aging in Neighborhoods of Diversity across the Life Span Study (HANDLS): An opportunity to understand the influence of race and poverty on immune function and health disparities

Feb. 10

Diane Long, et al.

Nodality, Inc.

Functional Pathway Analysis Reveals Age and Race Related Immune Signaling Heterogeneity in Healthy Donors

Feb. 3

Suburban Hospital Members of the Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery

Suburban Hospital Members of the Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery

Immunological Aspects of Solid Organ Transplantation

Jan. 13

Davide Bedognetti, M.D.

Clinical Center

Influenza vaccination in Non Hodgkin?s Lymphoma patients treated with Rituximab-based immunochemotherapy

2010 Lectures





Dec. 9

Souheil El-chemaly and Bernadette Gochuico


Role of Inflammatory Cells in Hereditary and Genetic Lung Fibrosis

Oct. 21

Jeffrey Hanson and Rodrigo Rodriguez-Canales


Laser Capture Microdissection & Q.C. of Molecules extracted from Tissue Samples

May 18

Mary Carrington


Levels of HLA-C expression associate with human disease outcomes in European Americans

April 29

Martin Weigert

University of Chicago Gwen Knapp Center for Lupus and Immunology Research

The Origin of Autoantibodies

April 15

Paul Lehmann


"T Cell Monitoring: Is It Really So Complicated, or Do We Just Make it Such?"

2009 Lectures





Oct. 8

Jonathan Powell

John Hopkins School of Medicine

mTOR Signaling Differentially Dictates T helper Cell Lineage Commitment ... and the Necessity for a Fitness Club Membership

Sept. 17

Siamon Gordon

University of Oxford

Macrophage Heterogeneity and Function

July 30

Damien Chaussabel

Baylor Institute for Immunology

Human Immunology and Genomics: Challenges and Opportunities

May 21

Tom Wynn


Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Fibrosis

May 14

Rodrigo Calado


Telemores and Human Diseases

April 30

Gene Shearer


HIV-Induced Immunopathogenesis: Hijacking Immune Regulatory Mechanisms

April 16

Steve Rosenberg


T cell Transfer Approaches to the Treatment of Human Cancer

April 2

Howard Young


Chronic Interferon-gamma Expression in the Mouse: Does it Tell us Something about Human Disease?

Mar. 19

Takis Benos

University of Pittsburg

Non-coding DNA Strikes Back: DNA Motifs, MicroRNA Genes and Regulatory Networks

Mar. 12

Alan Krensky


Granulysin: a Human Cytolytic and Proinflammatory Molecule of Broad Clinical Importance

Feb. 12

Satya Saxena

Calibrant Biosystems

Innovative Proteomic Approaches for Pathologically Characterized Clinical Samples

Feb. 5

Robert Podolsky

Center for Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine

Innovative Proteomic Approaches for Pathologically Characterized Clinical Samples

Jan. 29

Leonid Margolis


HIV interactions with other microbes in human tissues: War and Peace between microbes?

Jan. 15

Giorgio Trinchieri



Last Updated December 2013

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