9th Annual Biomarkers Congress

Immunology: Washington University, St. Louis, MO

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October 31, 2013 (T1) Keystone Symposia: Advancing Vaccines in the Genomics Era Systems Biological Approaches to Vaccination Meeting has ended...abstracts no longer viewable online. Purchase an Abstract Book from this meeting Alan Aderem
July 17, 2013 16th International Congress of Mucosal Immunology (ICMI 2013) Epithelial and Stromal Cell Effects on Mucosal Immunity Thaddeus Stappenbeck
April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings Using Genomics to Guide Cancer Immunotherapy Chairperson: Robert D. Schreiber, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO Robert D Schreiber
Predictive Modeling of Cancer Treatment in Single Patients (N of 1) Moderator: Charles L. Sawyers, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY Elaine Mardis
Change for the Worse: Premalignant Metaplasia in the Stomach, Esophagus, and Pancreas Chairperson: Steven D. Leach, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD Jason Mills
New Perspectives on Cancer Immune Surveillance Chairperson: Robert D. Schreiber, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO Robert D Schreiber
December 2, 2012 Tumor Immunology: Multidisciplinary Science Driving Basic and Clinical Advances Welcoming Remarks and Keynote Talks Robert D. Schreiber
April 14, 2011 Microbiota and Mucosal Immunology: The Interface in Health and Disease Host autophagy programs shape the mucosal microbial community Thaddeus Stappenbeck
February 26, 2011 Immunity in the Respiratory Tract: Challenges of the Lung Environment (X6) Lung Innate Immunity and Disease: First Line of Defense to Disease | Innate Immunity to Bacterial Pneumonia Shawn J. Skerrett
Mucosal Biology (X5) | Chronic Viral Infection, Autophagy and IBD Thaddeus Stappenbeck
February 26, 2011 Mucosal Biology: A Fine Balance between Tolerance and Immunity (X5) Immunity in Respiratory Tract (X6) | Innate Immunity to Bacterial Pneumonia Shawn J. Skerrett
Viruses in Health and Disease | Chronic Viral Infection, Autophagy and IBD Thaddeus Stappenbeck
February 12, 2011 Cancer Control by Tumor Suppressors and Immune Effectors (J8) Pathogenesis: Cancer and Inflammation | Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Cancer Immunoediting Robert D Schreiber
January 12, 2011 Type 2 Diabetes, Insulin Resistance and Metabolic Dysfunction (J1) Sirtuins, NAD Biology and Circadian Control of Metabolism | SIRT1 and NAMPT-Mediated NAD Biosynthesis: Systemic Control of Metabolism and Aging in Mammals Shin ichiro Imai
January 12, 2011 Obesity (J2) Diabetes (J1) | SIRT1 and NAMPT-Mediated NAD Biosynthesis: Systemic Control of Metabolism and Aging in Mammals Shin ichiro Imai
November 7, 2010 Frontiers of Immunology in Health and Diseases Frontiers of Immunology in Health and Diseases Alexander Y Rudensky
August 11, 2009 Inaugural Molecular Diagnostics for Infectious Disease Quantitative Assays for Diagnosis and Management of Infectious Diseases Gregory A Storch
July 9, 2009 "The 5th RCAI-JSI International Symposium on Immunology 2009 ""Cellular and Genetic View on Autoimmunity" Presentation 2 Alexander Y Rudensky
May 30, 2008 ASCO Annual'08 Meeting breast cancer-- Cure the Cancer—Spare the Heart: Cardiovascular Toxicity of Modern Cancer Therapy Sandra M. Swain
breast cancer-- What Can We Learn About Breast Cancer from Neoadjuvant Systemic Therapy? Matthew James Ellis
cancer genetics-- Assessment and Prevention of Hereditary Ovarian Cancer Elizabeth M. Swisher
cancer prevention/epidemiology-- Assessment and Prevention of Hereditary Ovarian Cancer Elizabeth M. Swisher
central nervous system tumors-- Central Nervous System Lymphoma (M07) Gregory C DeAngelis
clinical trials-- Molecular Imaging and Cancer: Optimizing Clinical Trials and Clinical Practice— A Joint ASCO/Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) Education Session David A. Mankoff
developmental therapeutics-- Molecular Imaging and Cancer: Optimizing Clinical Trials and Clinical Practice— A Joint ASCO/Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) Education Session David A. Mankoff
gynecologic cancer-- Assessment and Prevention of Hereditary Ovarian Cancer Elizabeth M. Swisher
special sessions-- Molecular Imaging and Cancer: Optimizing Clinical Trials and Clinical Practice— A Joint ASCO/Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) Education Session David A. Mankoff
special sessions-- Science of Oncology Award and Lecture Mary-Claire King
tumor biology-- Beyond FDG: What Will New PET Tracers Tell Us About Cancer? David A. Mankoff
April 8, 2008 Molecular Evolution as a Driving Force in Infectious Diseases RNA Viruses II Michael G. Katze
DNA Viruses Mary R. Odom
April 8, 2008 Molecular Evolution as a Driving Force in Infectious Diseases RNA Viruses II Michael G. Katze
DNA Viruses Mary R. Odom
April 8, 2008 Molecular Evolution as a Driving Force in Infectious Diseases RNA Viruses II Michael G. Katze
DNA Viruses Mary R. Odom
July 21, 2007 Microbial Pathogenesis: Mechanisms of Infectious Disease Macrophage activation redirects Yersinia-infected host cell death from apoptosis to caspase-1-dependent pyroptosis Tessa Bergsbaken
Antigenic variation in Treponema pallidum Sheila A Lukehart
Phase-specific genes and intracellular survival strategies of Histoplasma capsulatum William Goldman
Latent KSHV infection of endothelial cells drives activation of angiogenic and growth signaling pathways Michael Lagunoff
The plasminogen activator protease of Yersinia pestis controls the development of primary pneumonic plague Wyndam Lathem
Identification of the Yersinia pestis insecticidal-like proteins Carleen M Collins
Small molecule inhibition of intracellular toxin transport David B Haslam
Characterization of Yersinia pestis autotransporters and defining their role during mammalian infection Matthew Lawrenz
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