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					                                        Immunology Program Seminar Series 2005-2006
                                  Tuesdays 5:00-6:00 PM, Stanford Medical Center Room M106
                 Autumn 2005                                          Winter 2006                                         Spring 2006
                 27 September                                          17 January                                            11 April
              Dr. Bridget Wilson                                     Dr. Paul Love                                    Dr. Kenneth Rock
 The University of New Mexico School of Medicine                National Institutes of Health             The University of Massachusetts Medical School
  "Mapping and Modeling Mast Cell Signal
                                                       "Signals Regulating T cell Development"                "Immune Surveillance of Tissues"
                   4 October                                           27 January                                            18 April
          Dr. Anthony De Tomaso                                   Dr. Sean Morrison                                Dr. Chang-Zheng Chen
      Stanford University School of Medicine                    The University of Michigan                    Stanford University School of Medicine

         "The Evolutionary Origins of              "The Regulation of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Self-       "MicroRNAs as Regulators of Mammalian
             Histocampatibility"                                       renewal"                                      Hematopoiesis"
                  11 October                                           31 January                                            25 April
              Dr. Nilabh Shastri                                  Dr. Mario Roederer                                   Dr. Akiko Iwasaki
     The University of California at Berkeley                 Vaccine Research Center, NIH                      Yale University School of Medicine

    "Mechanisms of Peptide/MHC Class I              "Multifactorial Analysis of Immune Responses:         "Dendritic Cells in the Initiation of Antiviral
         Presentation Pathways"                    What Really Happens During Acute SIV Infection"                    Mucosal Immunity"

                  8 November                                           7 February                                             2 May
                Dr. Gary Nabel                                      Dr. Dario Vignali                                  Dr. Kim Bottomly
         Vaccine Research Center, NIH                           National Institutes of Health                   Yale University School of Medicine
                                                                                                        "Innate Immune Receptors and the Induction
"The Immunobiology of HIV: From Latency to           "Molecular Control of T cell Development and
                                                                                                        of Lung Inflammatory Responses in a Murine
                Vaccines"                                             Function"
                                                                                                                      Model of Asthma"
                 10 November                                          14 February                                         9 May
                 Dr. Clive Gray                                     Dr. David Kranz                                  Dr. Magali Fontaine
   National Institute of Communicable Diseases         The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign         Stanford University School of Medicine

 "Tcell Immune Responses Associated with
                                                    "Antigen Recognition by T Cells Probed Using        "Islet Cell Transplantation as a Cure for Type I
    Control of Subtype C HIV-1 Infection:
                                                           High-Affinity T Cell Receptors"                                 Diabetes"
       Implication for Vaccine Design"
                 22 November                                          21 February                                            16 May
             Dr. Peter Tontonoz                                    Dr. Cox Terhorst                                     Dr. William Paul
            University of Washington                       Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center                     National Institues of Health
                                                                                                         "Spontaneous Proliferation: A Mechanism to
"Nuclear Receptors at the Crossroads of Lipid        "The SLAM and SAP Gene Families Control
                                                                                                        Insure a Diverse Population of Memory CD4 T
       Metabolism and Inflammation"                  Immune Response to Viruses and Bacteria"
                 29 November                                          28 February                                            30 May
               Dr. Ronald Vale                                    Dr. Paul Patterson                                      Dr. Paul Utz
   The University of California at San Francisco             California Institute of Technology               Stanford University School of Medicine
 "Membrane Microdomains Involved in Tcell          "Neuroimmune Interactions in Schizophrenia and           "Biomarker Discovery in Autoimmune
               Signalling"                                  Autism: An Animal Model"                                    Diseases"
                                                                        7 March
                                                                   Dr. Joan Berman                           Pre-Seminar Goodies at 4:45 p.m.
                                                            Albert Einstein College of Medicine                    Questions: 725.5076
                                                      "Mechanisms of Leukocyte Transmigration                Contact Maureen Panganiban for
                                                        Across the Human Blood Brain Barrier"                          Scheduling
                                                                        28 March
                                                                      Dr. Tak Mak                       Sponsored by the Immunology Program,
                                                                 The University of Toronto                        CCIS, and PMGM
                                                     "Animal Models of Tumor Suppressor Genes"

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