Infection and Immunity Early Career Researchers' symposium
Keynotes: Dr Selinda Orr (Queen's University Belfast) and Dr Maisem Laabei (UNiversity of Bath)
G13-14 Life Sciences Building
The Infection and Immunity Research Network is delighted to confirm the programme for its next Early Career Researchers' (ECRs) symposium in January 2020.
|09:50||Adelina Artenie||Bristol Medical School: Population Health Sciences||
High risk of hepatitis C virus acquisition linked to any recent detention episode among people who inject drugs: Implications for Hepatitis C prevention
|10:05||Antoine Barreaux||School of Biological Sciences||
Integrating vector ecology into disease transmission models: the unusual case of the tsetse fly
|10:20||Hannah Serrage||Bristol Dental School||
Characterising the role of extracellular DNA in oral biofilm formation
|10:35||Keynote: Dr Selinda Orr||Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Wellcome-Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine, Queen's University Belfast||C-type lectin-like receptors and anti-fungal immunity|
|11:05||Refreshments and Poster Session|
|12:00||Aaron Lim||Bristol Medical School: Population Health Sciences||
Estimating the Impact and Costs of Scaling-Up Screening and Treatment for Hepatitis C Virus in Pakistan: Working Towards Elimination
|12:15||Catherine Tooke||School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine||
Structural basis for KPC variant activity against third-generation oxyimino-cephalosporins
|12:30||Aaron Scott||School of Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience||In vivo characterisation of endogenous cardiovascular extracellular vesicles in larval and adult zebrafish|
|12:45||Sylviane Yoba||Bristol Dental School||
Deciphering the molecular interactions of Streptococcus gordonii with human platelets and endothelial cells in the context of infective endocarditis
|13:00||Keynote: Dr Maisem Laabei||Lecturer, Department of Biology & Biochemistry, University of Bath||Cigarette smoke modifies Staphylococcus aureus virulence|
|13:30||Q&A and discussions|
Lunch, prizes and networking
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
- Dr Selinda Orr, Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Wellcome-Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine, Queen's University Belfast
- Dr Maisem Laabei, Lecturer, Department of Biology & Biochemistry, University of Bath
Abstract Submission is now closed.
The Infection and Immunity Research Network's Early Career Researchers' event is a fantastic opportunity for Early Career Researchers, junior and senior staff to hear about all the different research taking place across the wider Infection and Immunity community.
PhD students and post-docs are invited to share their methodologies, results, frustrations and skills to a wider audience in the expectation that discussions could lead to greater inter- and multidisciplinary understanding of the research in question and its potential relevance to other research areas.
Encouraging dialogue between researchers can reveals pools of experience and knowledge that can be applied elsewhere. This fosters not just the creation of new research directions but new ways of working, new ways to support and enable our academic community, and new learning experiences.
ALL staff and students across the University, in all Schools, Units and Faculties, are very welcome to participate.
The Infection and Immunity Research Network is grateful to the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research for supporting this event, and to Qiagen and Abcam for sponsoring best oral and poster presentation prizes.
For further information contact Catherine Brown (email@example.com).