Canonical and Non-canonical Autophagy Related Processes in Microbial Pathogenesis

Please join the AIM Center for a Mini e-Symposium on January 9, 2024 with special guest speakers from Toronto, Canada and Cambridge, United Kingdom.

 Dr. John Brumell, Professor at the University of Toronto will be presenting on "SLIT2/ROBO1 signaling suppresses mTORC1 for organelle control and bacterial killing".

Dr. Felix Randow, from the University of Cambridge will be presenting on "How TECPR1 conjugates LC3 to damaged membranes upon detection of sphingomyelin exposure"

Event Details

Date:January 9th, 2024

Starts:10:00AM MST
Ends:11:00AM MST