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Calendar: Graduate Student Hosted Seminars

December 10, 2018
Life Sciences Building, room 038 
Dr. Susan Perkins
Museum of Natural History
Dr. Susan Perkins, Principal Investigator, Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics and Curator, Museum of Natural History in New York City, will speak on Monday April 9, 2018. Please contact MGM graduate student hosts Erika Orner and Aniska Chikhalya if you would like to meet with Dr. Perkins during her visit.

 

 

 

April 30, 2018

Dr. Bobbi Pritt
Mayo Clinic 

MGM graduate students will host Dr. Bobbi Pritt of the Mayo Clinic on Monday April 30, 2018. Please contact Erika Orner or Aniska Chikhalya if you would like to meet with Dr. Pritt during her visit.

 

 

April 17, 2017
Life Sciences Building. room 038

Dr. Martin Blaser
NYU School of Medicine

MGM graduate students will host seminar speaker Dr. Martin Blaser, Muriel and George Singer Professor of Medicine, Professor of Microbiology, and Director, Human Microbiome Program. Please contact Arielle Bryan or Nick Van Skike if you would like to meet with Dr. Blaser during his visit to Stony Brook.

     

March 13, 2017
Life Sciences Building, room 038

Dr. Harmit Malik
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Dr. Harmit Malik will speak in the Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology faculty seminar series on Monday March 13, 2017. Dr. Malik's visit is hosted by the MGM graduate students. Please contact Arielle Bryan or Nick Van Skike if you would like to meet with Dr. Malik during his visit.

     

November 23, 2015
Life Sciences Bldg.
Room 038

Dr. Jorge Galán
Yale University

Graduate students of the Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Program will host seminar speaker Dr. Jorge Galán on Monday November 23, 2015. Dr. Galán is the Lucille P. Markey Professor of Microbial Pathogenesis, Professor of Cell Biology, and Chair of the Department of Microbial Pathogenesis at Yale University. Please contact graduate students Rebecca Bridges and Lawton Chung if you would like to meet with Dr. Galán.

     

February 9, 2015
Life Sciences Bldg.
Room 038

Dr. Jenny Ting
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Dr. Jenny Ting, University of North Caroline School of Medicine, will speak on Monday February 9, 2015. The title of her seminar is "NLR Family of Innate Immune Sensors: Impact on Immunity and Beyond". Please contact MGM graduate students Nana Minkah or Jason Tam if you would like to meet with Dr. Ting during her visit.

     

April 4, 2013
Life Sciences Bldg.
Room 038

Dr. Grant McFadden
University of Florida Gainsville

MGM graduate students will host Dr. Grant McFadden, Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at the University of Florida Gainsville, on Monday April 4, 2013. Dr. McFadden will lecture on "The Curious Road from Poxvirus Tropism to Oncolytic Virotherapy". If you would like to meet with Dr. McFadden, please contact hosts Peter Chahales or Jason Tam.

     

February 4, 2013
Life Sciences Bldg.
Room 038

Dr. Vincent A. Fischetti
The Rockefeller University

Dr. Vincent A. Fischetti, Professor and Head of the Laboratory of Bacterial Pathogenesis and Immunology at The Rockefeller University, will present a lecture entitled "Using What Phage have Evolved for Over a Billion Years for the Control of Gram-positive Pathogens" on Monday, February 4, 2013. Dr. Fischetti's hosts will be MGM graduate students Peter Chahales and Jason Tam. Please contact Peter or Jason if you wish to meet with Dr. Fischetti.

     

April 23, 2012
Life Sciences Bldg.
Room 038

Dr. Jeffrey Miller
University of California Los Angeles

On Monday April 23, 2012 graduate students in the Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Program will host seminar speaker Dr. Jeffrey Miller from UCLA. The title for Dr. Miller's seminar is "Diversity-Generating Retroelements in Phage, Pathogens and the Human Microbiome". Please contacts Kai Wu or Peter Chahales if you would like to meet with Dr. Miller.

     

October 10, 2011
Life Sciences Bldg.
Room 038

Dr. Grant Gallagher
UMDNJ and Humingen LLC

Dr. Grant Gallagher, Director of Genetic Immunology at HUMINGEN and Adjunct Professor of Molecular Giology at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, will present a seminar entitled "The Role of Interferon Lambda in Regulating the Th2 Response". His visit will be hosted by graduate students in the Molecular Genetics and Microbiology PhD Program. If you are interested in speaking with Dr. Gallagher during his visit, please contact hosts Kai Wu or Kathleen DelGiorno.

     

October 11, 2010
Life Sciences Bldg.
Room 038

Dr. David Raulet
University of California at Berkeley

The graduate students in the Molecular Genetics and Microbiology Program will host seminar speaker Dr. David Raulet, Professor of Immunology and Pathogenesis at the University of California at Berkeley, on Monday October 11, 2010, "Natural Killer Cells and Natural Killer Cell Receptors in Tumor Immune Surveillance." The seminar will be held in room 038 in the Life Sciences Building. If you are interested in speaking with Dr. Raulet during his visit, please contact hosts DeAnna Bublitz or Alexis Santana.