Seminar Series & Mycobacterial Interest Group

Ft. grad & postdoc research

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SEATRAC hosts and promotes seminars, presented by local and visiting scientists, from all over the world, speaking on basic and clinical science current research.

This is unpublished


Friday, May 26, 2023

In-person SLU F106, Noon-1:00 pm PST

Mycobacterium Interest Group Seminar
ft. Drs. Sylvia LaCourse (UW) and Whitney Harrington (SCRI)

Friday, June 30, 2023

In-person SLU F106, Noon-1:00 pm PST

Mycobacterium Interest Group Seminar ft.
Dr. David Horne (UW), Study of infectiousness in people with TB

Dr. Engi Attia (UW)



April 28, 2023:

Ft. Parish Lab (SCRI)

Dr. Eric Greve, PhD, A Novel scaffold with pH-dependent bactericidal activity against mycobacterium tuberculosis

Dr. Luiza Galina, PhD Fellow, High content assay to prospect new anti-tubercular compounds

March 17, 2023: Ft. Adrienne Shapiro, MD, PhD (UW)
February 17, 2023:

Ft. Shuyi Ma, PhD (SCRI) Investigating the consequences of Mycobacterium tuberculosis kinase regulation

Andrew Fiore-Gartland, PhD, (Fred Hutch), Progress Towards Human Immune Correlates of Protection for BCG and M72/AS01E vaccines

January 27, 2023: 

Ft. Coler Lab (SCRI)

Hazem Abdelaal, PhD, Bedaquiline and capreomycin drug treatment against Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the preclinical mouse model 

December 9, 2022:

Ft. Urdahl Lab (UW)

Elya Shamskhou, PhD candidate The Mediastinal Lymph Node: site of T cell priming and chronic Mtb infection

November 18, 2022:

Ft. Shah Lab (UW)

Michelle Sabo, MD, PhD, MUC5AC genetic variation is associated with tuberculosis meningitis CSF cytokine responses and mortality

October 28, 2022:

Ft. Sherman Lab (UW) and Grundner Lab (SCRI)

Mark Jones, PhD, Probing caseum for Mtb transcriptional signatures

Vishant Boradia, PhD

September 30, 2022:

Ft. Seshadri Lab (UW) and Hawn Lab (UW)

Debbie Cross, MR1-restricted T-cell clonotypes and their association with “resistance” to M. Tuberculosis infection

Josh Ivie, PhD, Macrophage GWAS:  A Platform to Discover Human Genetic Determinants of TB Pathogenesis