AIM eSymposium Workshops 2022-2023

The AIM Center of Biomedical Research Excellence announces its 5th annual symposium!

Join us for plenary talks from guests around the world on topics such as covid-19, autophagy, inflammation, and metabolism!

With the ongoing pandemic in mind, this event will be hosted online, through Zoom. For more information on how to use Zoom, visit https://zoom.us/.

Event Details

Starts:February 14th, 2023, 08:00AM MST
Ends:April 4th, 2023, 05:00PM MDT
February 14th, COVID & Emerging Diseases

B cell response to vaccination in humans: Lessons from the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic

10:00 am

Ali Ellebedy Ph.D.

Division of Infectious Diseases/Washington University of Medical School in St. Louis

Title: B cell response to vaccination in humans: Lessons from the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic

20 minutes (+10)

Investigating hantavirus pathogenesis through innate immune activation

10:30 am

Alison Kell Ph.D.

University of New Mexico

Title: Investigating hantavirus pathogenesis through innate immune activation

20 minutes (+10)

February 28th, Cancer & Autophagy

Autophagy-targeted condensates promote breast cancer metastasis

10:00 am

Jayanta Debnath M.D.

Department of Pathology/UCSF

Title: Autophagy-targeted condensates promote breast cancer metastasis

20 minutes (+10)

10:30 am

Eileen White Ph.D.

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey

20 minutes (+10)

March 21st, Metabolism & Inflammation
10:00 am

Vishwa Deep Dixit DVM, Ph.D.

Yale School of Medicine

20 minutes (+10)

10:30 am

Anna Katharina (Katja) A Simon, Ph.D.

Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology at the University of Oxford

20 minutes (+10)

April 4th, Neurodegenerative Disease and Autophagy
10:00 am

Ralph Nixon M.D., Ph.D.

Department of Psychiatry/Department of Cell Biology at NYU Langone Health

20 minutes (+10)

10:30 am

Patricia Boya Ph.D.

Department of Neuroscience, University of Fribourg

20 minutes (+10)