Seminars - Department of Microbiology and Immunology

All seminars are held in the Doherty Auditorium, Ground Floor.

Research Seminars - Held on Thursdays 12.00pm – 1.00pm.

Special Research Seminars - In addition to the usual Thursday Research Seminars, there may be occasional Special Research Seminars which could be held at different times.

PhD Completion Orations - Held on Friday afternoons from 3.15pm – 4.15pm.

Doherty Institute Immunology Theme: Data Presentation Series - Fortnightly on Mondays 12pm featuring speakers from across the Institute.

Seminar attendees are welcome to refreshments in the Doherty Institute Tearoom on Level 5 after every Research Seminar & PhD Completion Oration.

DEPARTMENT RESEARCH SEMINAR SCHEDULE

DATESPEAKERTITLEHOST
2 May
(Wednesday)

Prof Irmgard Förster (University of Bonn, Germany)

CCL17 as a central mediator of inflammation and neuro-immune interactionsBo&MeRanG seminar
3 MayDr David Price (UoM)On the use of mathematical models for biological systemsDr Deb Williamson
17 MayDr Samuel Forster (Hudson Institute / University of Cambridge, UK)Culturing the gastrointestinal microbiota to fulfil Koch's postulatesDr Deb Williamson

PhD COMPLETION ORATION SEMINAR SCHEDULE

DATESPEAKERTITLEHOST
4 May
at 4pm
Erica Wynne-JonesLocation, location, location: How resident memory T cells develop in different tissuesL. Mackay lab
7 May
(Monday 12pm)
Huimeng WangMucosal associated invariant T cell-mediated vaccination and protection against pathogenic bacteriaMcCluskey &
Strugnell labs
18 MayChao (Max) YangThe Battle Between Legionella pneumophila and Host Immune CellsHartland lab
25 MayWen Shi LeeAntibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity against HIV-1: implications for HIV-1 prevention and cureKent lab
1 JuneNewton Gil PerestbcStrugnell lab

DOHERTY INSTITUTE IMMUNOLOGY THEME

DATECHAIRPRESENTERS
7 May PhD oration instead, see above
21 MayKeit LoiSarah Gabriel (Kallies lab), Nicholas Geard (Dept. of Computing & Information Systems), Jennifer Juno (Kent lab)