Seminars and Events

As part of their training grant committment, each trainee gives two presentations during their grant cycle: a journal club and a presentation of their research. These seminars take place on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. in room 2511 MSB.

Every year, trainees select a theme for the coming year. This year the theme is:

Little Microbes, Big Data

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Trainee Led Journal Club - 9/18/18

Jennifer Bratburd

“Compositional and Functional Differences in the Human Gut Microbiome Correlate with Clinical Outcome following Infection with Wild-Type Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhi”

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Trainee Led Journal Club - 10/2/18

Alex LaReau

“Culture of previously uncultured members of the human gut microbiota by culturomics”

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Trainee Led Journal Club 10/16/18

Courtney McDougal

“Novel Resolvin D2 Receptor Axis in Infectious Inflammation”

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Trainee Led Journal Club - 11/6/18

Andrew Garfoot

“Single-cell RNA sequencing reveals a signature of sexual commitment in malaria parasites”

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Trainee Led Journal Club - 11/20/18

Lindsey Bohr

“Genome hypermobility by lateral transduction”

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Trainee Seminar 12/4/18

Jennifer Bratburd

“Of Gnotobiotic Mice and Men: Variation in Gut Microbiota Resistance to Salmonella”

Trainee Led Journal Club - 2/5/19

Steven Baker

“BUD13 Promotes a Type I Interferon Response by Countering Intron Retention in Irf7”

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Trainee Seminar - 2/19/19

Courtney McDougal

Trainee Seminar - 3/5/19

Lindsey Bohr

“Evolutionary Genomics of Pathogenicity in Mycobacteria”

Trainee Seminar - 4/2/19

“Natural Variants of ANP32A Impact Influenza Virus Polymerase Adaptation”

Steven Baker

Trainee Seminar - 4/16/19

Alex LaReau

“A Tale of Two Families: Diversity, Distribution and Function of the Ruminococci”

Trainee Seminar - 5/7/19

Andrew Garfoot

“The love [for the rest] of your life: Understanding the long-term host relationship with Toxoplasma gondii”