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4th Immune Modeling for Biodefense Symposium

What Symposium
When 2009-06-24 08:00 AM to
2009-06-25 11:45 AM
Where University of Pittsburgh
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Dates are June 24th and morning of June 25th. Hosted by the University of Pittsburgh Immune Modeling Center. See link at bottom

Schedule of Events Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Opening Session Welcome and Introduction Penelope Morel, University of Pittsburgh Opening Remarks Arthur Levine, Dean, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Keynote Address Arup Chakraborty, MIT. How T Cells See Antigen

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Session 1: The Molecule Chair: Takis Benos, University of Pittsburgh Christian Forst, University of Texas Southwestern. Early host (cell) response to influenza infection Elodie Ghedin, University of Pittsburgh. The Intra- and Inter-Host Evolutionary Dynamics of RNA Viruses Steven H. Kleinstein, Yale University. Transcriptional cascades during anti-viral responses in human dendritic cells Ziv Bar-Joseph, Carnegie Mellon University. Cross Species Analysis of Immune Response Data Nevan Krogan, UCSF. Functional Insights from Protein-Protein and Genetic Interaction Maps Speakers selected from abstracts

Session 2: The Cell Chair: Penelope Morel, University of Pittsburgh Jason A. Papin, University of Virginia. Systems analysis of human pathogens identifies drug targets and mechanisms of pathogenicity Shlomo Ta'asan, Carnegie Mellon University Hulin Wu, University of Rochester. Estimation of Cellular Kinetics and Viral Dynamics during Innate and Adaptive Immune Responses for Influenza Infection in Mouse James R. Faeder, University of Pittsburgh. Rule-based modeling of biological signal transduction Garry Nolan, Stanford University. Early events in pathogen recognition at the single cell level Speakers selected from abstracts POSTER SESSION AND RECEPTION SPEAKER DINNER

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Session 3: The Organ Chair: Simeone Marino, University of Michigan David A. Thorley-Lawson, Tufts University JoAnne Flynn, University of Pittsburgh. Tuberculosis: modeling in monkeys and in silico Cliburn Chan, Duke University. Modeling lymphocyte-stromal cell interactions Shayn Peirce, University of Virginia. Linking Molecular Signals to Multi-Cell Behaviors Using Agent-Based Modeling Marc Jenkins, University of Minnesota. Tracking Microbe-specific CD4+ T Cells After Infection or Vaccination Speakers selected from abstracts END OF SYMPOSIUM

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