Feb 08 CIC Seminar: Karen Haas, PhD “PD-1 regulates protection against S. pneumoniae infection through a B cell-intrinsic mechanism”

February 8, 2016 by Health System Enterprise Calendar

[Jordan Hall 1-17] Karen Haas, PhD
Host: Coleen McNamara

Title: “PD-1 regulates protection against S. pneumoniae infection through a B cell-intrinsic mechanism”

Carter Immunology Center (CIC) Seminar Series is a cornerstone and vital conduit of the UVA Immunology community. It is dedicated to enhance education, knowledge and research on the immune system, by inviting local, national and international experts and leaders in the field to visit and speak at UVA. It gives faculty, research associates and students the opportunity to meet and network, and it provides a forum to present and discuss cutting-edge discoveries in immunology. CIC Seminar Series also cultivates innovative research opportunities by developing and extending interaction and collaboration, both within and beyond UVA. So, whether you’re passionate for biochemistry, biomedical engineering, cell or systems biology, genetics, microbiology, pharmacology, or something in between, CIC Seminar Series has something for everyone! We look forward to seeing you there!

CIC Seminars start from 4:00pm to 5:00pm in Jordan Hall 1-17, unless otherwise indicated.