Chronic infectious and inflammatory diseases that have no lasting cures are highly complex, involving multi-faceted gene-environment interactions and substantial cross-talk between different biological systems.
Seminars will be presented at the University of Ottawa, Roger-Guindon Hall.
- Dr. Shawn Beug (Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario): Understanding the roles of the Inhibitor of Apoptosis proteins in cancer and immunity - July 22, 2019
- Dr. Matthew Parsek (University of Washington): New developments studying the biofilm matrix of Pseudomonas aeruginosa - July 17, 2019
- Dr. Ajitha Thanabalasuriar (Medimmune/AstraZeneca): Using bugs and drugs to understand innate immune processes - June 13, 2019
- 6th Annual Morris Kates Seminar: Dr. Gilbert DiPaolo (Denali Therapeutics Inc.): Role of microglial lipid metabolism in Alzheimer's disease - April 30, 2019
- Dr. Christian Naus (University of British Columbia): Targeting gap junctions and hemichannels in stroke - April 26, 2019
The uOttawa Center for Infection, Immunity and Inflammation will be hosting a symposium on Gut Inflammation.
Please join us on March 29th in Amphitheatre A (RGN 2005) at Roger Guindon Hall. Please see the attached poster for a preliminary list of featured speakers.