The Trainee Oral Symposium on April 5 will feature talks from students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty, as well as a faculty career panel.
|12:40 pm||Chao Wu, PhD, Washington University | Ebola Nucleocapsid Assembly and Remodeling Mechanism in Viral Replication|
|12:55 pm||Hamid Salimi, PhD, Washington University | Intrinsic Transcytosis Pathway at the Blood-Brain Barrier Facilitates Alphavirus Neuroinvasion|
|1:10 pm||Alex Polino, BA, Washington University | Tunable Genetic Knockdowns for Characterization of Potential Drug Targets in the Malaria Parasite Plasmodium falciparum|
|1:25 pm||Joseph Fauver, PhD, Washington University | Molecular Xenomonitoring Reveals High Wuchereria bancrofti Infection Rates in Mosquito Populations from Northern Haiti|
|1:55 pm||Andrew Gasparrini, BSc, Washington University | Dissemination of an Emerging Mechanism of Tetracycline Resistance Across Habitats|
|2:10 pm||Anshu Gounder, BSc, Washington University | Host Gene Discovery for the Treatment of Microbial Diseases|
|2:25 pm||Natalie Omattage, PhD, Washington University | Understanding the Activation of Pilus Assembly: Towards the Development of Therapeutics for the Global Threat of Drug Resistant Uropathogens|
|2:40 pm||Pallavi Chandra, PhD, Washington University | Targeting Macrophage Lipid Metabolism as Host-Directed Therapy for Tuberculosis|
|2:55 pm||Panel on Careers in Global Health: Anucha Apisarnthanarak, MD, from Thammasat University Hospital, Thailand; and Carey-Ann Burnham, PhD; Gautam Dantas, PhD; Mario Feldman, PhD; and Stephanie Fritz, MD, MSCI, Washington University
Moderators: Anshu Gounder and Emily Mathews, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Pediatrics
|3:45 pm||Concluding remarks|
Jacco Boon, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Washington University
Ali Ellebedy, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University
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Event Sponsors: The Center for Global Health and Infectious Disease at the Institute for Public Health, and the Departments of Medicine, Molecular Microbiology, and Pediatrics in the School of Medicine