St Mary's CampusPlease see below for details of upcoming events in the series.

If you would like to meet a particular speaker, have questions about the programme, or suggestions for future speakers, please contact the organisers: Dr Cecilia Johansson (c.johansson@imperial.ac.uk) and Dr Vanessa Sancho Shimizu (v.sancho-shimizu@imperial.ac.uk)

Upcoming seminars 

 
DateSpeakerTitleVenue
6 October 2020 Dr Aubrey Cunnington 
Imperial College London
Emerging Roles for Neutrophils in Malaria

Online    Livestream Link

20 October 2020 Dr Samira Asgari  
Broad Institute (USA)
Leveraging population differences to investigate the host genetic basis of infectious disease Online  Livestream Link
3 November 2020 Prof Sophie Hambleton   Newcastle University Roles of STAT2 revealed by extreme phenotypes Online Event Recording
17 November 2020 Dr George Kassiotis  
Francis Crick Institute (London)
Uncertainties around SARS-CoV-2 infection Online Event Recording

8 December 2020

Prof Mahdad Noursadeghi  
UCL (London)

Transcriptomics in Infectious Diseases: Studies in TB, HIV & SARS-CoV-2

Online
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Past seminars

Past seminars

DateTitleLocationSpeaker
23 June  Current progress: Imperial's COVID-19 saRNA vaccine  Online  Professor Robin Shattock
24 March Roles of STAT2 revealed by extreme phenotypes Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Medicine Building, St Mary's Campus Professor Sophie Hambleton, University of Newcastle 
10 March Cross-differentiation of NK cells and ILC1 in the liver Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Medicine Building, St Mary's Campu Dr Viki Male, Imperial College London
25 February Structural and mechanistic analysis of RNA/RNA interactions essential for Chikungunya Virus Genome Replication Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Medicine Building, St Mary's Campus  Dr Andrew Tuplin, University of Leeds 
11 February  Rejuvenating the Germinal Centre Response Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Medicine Building, St Mary's Campus Dr Michelle Linterman, The Babraham Institute Cambridge 
28 January Mixed messages: cryptic gene products in segmented negative-strand viruses Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre, St Mary's Campus  Dr Edward Hutchinson, University of Glasgow, Centre for Virus Research
14 January RNA-sensing TLR signalling in human monocytes during RNA virus infection Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre  Dr Margarita Dominguez-Villar, Imperial College London  
10 December 'The structure and lifecycle of HIV-1 - new insights from cryo- electron tomography' Cockburn Lecture Theatre  Dr John Briggs, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
26 November 'Immune development in the human neonate and the role of the CXCL8-producing T cell' Sir Roger Bannister Lecture Theatre Dr Deena Gibbons, Kings College London
19 November 'Innate immune sensing of RNA viruses requires linear ubiquitin chains' Cockburn Lecture Theatre  Dr Brian Ferguson, University of Cambridge
14 November 'Connecting Infectious disease, Inflammation and Cancer: The Cytosolic DNA-mediated, STING Controlled Innate Immune Pathway' Sir Roger Bannister Lecture Theatre  Dr Glen Barber, University of Miami 
12 November 'Updates from The London Patient' Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre Professor Ravi Gupta, University of Cambridge
29 October 'Enteric nervous system: Development and roles in gut (patho) physiology' Cockburn Lecture Theatre Dr Vassilis Pachnis 
15 October 'HIV restriction by SAMHD1' Sir Roger Bannister Lecture Theatre

Dr Kate Bishop, The Francis Crick Institute

1 October 'Regulation of inflammation by the TPL-2 kinase complex' Cockburn Lecture Theatre Professor Steven Ley, Imperial College London
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