St Mary's Campus

Please 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)

where permission is given to record the seminar, it will be made available to college users usually by the following day 

Current/Forthcoming Seminars
Date/TimeSpeaker/InstituteTitleVenueRecording            
Jan  11th 2022 - 12.30-1.30 pm Dr Alice Denton
ICL
Lymphoid fibroblasts contribute to impaired immunity and ageing Online only  Available
Jan 25th 2022 - 12.30-1.30 pm Dr Shamez Ladhani
PHE/St George's University London
Kidz, Kovid & sKoolz Online only  Available
Feb 8th 2022 - 12.30-1.30 pm Dr Emma Wall
Francis Crick Institute
Neutralising antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 variants - the effects of boosting and waning on protection against COVID-19 Cockburn LT, QEQM - St Mary's Campus & Online Available 
Feb 22nd 2022 - 12.30-1.30 pm Professor Caetano Reis e Sousa
Francis Crick Institute
Immune defences from RNA virus infection Cockburn LT, QEQM - St Mary's Campus & Online Available
March 8th 2022 - 12.30-1.30 pm Prof Gisli Jenkins Understanding Pulmonary Fibrosis in the Post Covid World Online only Available
March 22nd 2022 - 12.30-1.30 pm Prof Petter Brodin
ICL
Systems level analyses of the immune
system in children
Anthony Rothschild LT -
St Mary's Campus & Online
Available 
April 5th 2022 - 12.30-1.30 pm  Dr Tal Arnon Humoral Immunity in the Lung  Cockburn LT, QEQM -
St Mary's Campus & Online
not available
April 12th-19th 2022 EASTER BREAK      
April 26th 2022 - 12.30-1.30 pm NO SEMINAR      
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Past seminars

Past Seminars Dec 2020 - Oct 2019

DateTitleLocationSpeakerRecording link
 8 December 2020 Transcriptomics in Infectious Diseases: Studies in TB, HIV & SARS-CoV-2 Online Professor Mahdad Noursadeghi, UCL Seminar recording
17 November 2020 Uncertainties around SARS-CoV-2 infection Online Dr George Kassiotis, Francis Crick Institute Seminar recording
3 November 2020 Roles of STAT2 revealed by extreme phenotypes Online Professor Sophie Hambleton, Newcastle University Seminar recording
20 October 2020 Leveraging population differences to investigate the host genetic basis of infectious disease Online Dr Samira Asgari, Broad Institute (USA) Seminar recording
6 October 2020 Emerging Roles for Neutrophils in Malaria Online Dr Aubrey Cunnington, Imperial College London Seminar recording
23 June 2020 Current progress: Imperial's COVID-19 saRNA vaccine Online Professor Robin Shattock, Imperial College London

Seminar recording

24 March 2020 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 2020 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 2020 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 2020 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 2020 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 2020 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 2019 '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 2019 '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 2019 'Innate immune sensing of RNA viruses requires linear ubiquitin chains' Cockburn Lecture Theatre  Dr Brian Ferguson, University of Cambridge  
14 November 2019 '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 2019 'Updates from The London Patient' Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre Professor Ravi Gupta, University of Cambridge  
29 October 2019 'Enteric nervous system: Development and roles in gut (patho) physiology' Cockburn Lecture Theatre Dr Vassilis Pachnis   
15 October 2019 'HIV restriction by SAMHD1' Sir Roger Bannister Lecture Theatre

Dr Kate Bishop, The Francis Crick Institute

 
1 October 2019 'Regulation of inflammation by the TPL-2 kinase complex' Cockburn Lecture Theatre Professor Steven Ley, Imperial College London  
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Past Seminars Jan-June2021

Past seminars 

 
Date and timeSpeakerTitleVenue
12 January 2021,
12:30-13:30
Dr David Bauer
Francis Crick Institute 
The Role of RNA Structure in Replication of Influenza and Coronaviruses Online  -  Seminar Recording
26 January 2021,
12.30-13.30
Dr Vanessa Sancho-Shimizu
Imperial College London
Human Genetics of Life-Threatening Infections Online -  Seminar Recording
9 February 2021,
12.30-13.30

Prof Daniela Ferriera
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Pneumococcus Human Infection Challenge Models and the Effect of SARS-CoV2 infection on immune responses to pneumococcus Online - Seminar Postponed
23 February 2021,
12.30-1.30
Prof Olivier Schwartz
Institute Pasteur (France)
Replication of SARS-CoV-2 variants and host immune responses

 Online - Seminar Recording

9 March 2021,
12.30-13.30
Prof Andrew Pollard Oxford University The Oxford Vaccine  Online - Seminar Recording
23 March 2021,
12.30-13.30
Prof Sylvia Knapp
Medical University of Vienna
Protective Type 2 Responses in Pulmonary Immune-Homeostatis  Online - Seminar Recording
6 April 2021, Easter Break No Seminar  N/A
20 April 2021,
12.30-13.30
Prof Paul Lehner
University of Cambridge
How cells protect their genome from retroelement invasion Online  - No recording
8th June 2021,
12.30-1.30 pm
Professor Marc Lecuit - Institute Pasteur Making sense of Listeria Monocytogenes virulence Online - No recording

Past Seminars Oct 21 - Jan 22

Past Seminars Oct 21 - Jan 22
Date and TimeSpeakerTitleVenueRecording
Oct 11th 2021, 1-2 pm Professor Daniela Ferreira -
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Pneumococcus Human Infection Challenge and the Effect of Respiratory Virus Co-Infections on Mucosal Immunity G34, Sir Alexander Fleming Building, South Kensington Campus & Online Available
Oct 19th, 12.30-1.30 pm Dr Tineke Cantaert -
Institute Pasteur Cambodia
 Assessment of B cell responses during dengue virus infection  Cockburn LT, QEQM, St Mary's Campus
& Online
Available
Nov 2nd, 12.30-1.30 pm Dr Fadil Bidmos - ICL Vaccine antigen discovery for bacterial meningitis G64, Medicine Bldg, St Mary's Campus & Online Available
 Nov 16th, 12.30-1.30 pm Dr Katie Doores - Kings College London  Neutralising antibody responses to SARS-Cov-2 Anthony Rothschild LT, St Mary's Campus & Online  not available
Dec 14th, 12.30-1.30 pm Dr Dusan Bogunovic -
Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, USA
Loss of Negative Regulation of Type I Interferons in Humans - Spectrum of Autoinflammation   Online only Available
Jan 11th 2022, 12.30-1.30 pm Dr Alice Denton -
Imperial College London
Lymphoid fibroblasts are a key contributor to the poor GC response in ageing  Online only Available
         
         
         
         
         
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