Chief, Cellular Immunology Section Principal Investigator U.S. Military HIV Research Program (MHRP) Co-Sponsored with CFAR Seminar Series
The ying and yang of HIV-specific CD4 T cell responses
"Novel targets and targeted therapies for chronic lymphocytic leukemia"
"The yin and yang of HIV-specific CD4 T cell responses"
Virology Seminar - Speaker: Alexandra Bryson - 209 Johnson Pavilion
"Quantifying Patterns in Movement and Imaging: Structured Functional Principal Component Analysis"
Haochang Shou PhD Candidate Department of Biostatistics Bloomberg School of Public Health Johns Hopkins University
Abstract: Novel measurements for physical activity using wearable computing and accelerometry are collected in many modern observational studies. To understand the complexity of these data, we propose a principal component analysis based approach that accounts for the natural inheritance of correlation structures from the sampling design. Our method decomposes multilevel variations in functional models that expand a comprehensive list of nested and crossed designs, and is computationally fast for ultra-high dimensional data. We illustrate the approach with data from National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) family studies of affective spectrum disorders. It is also applicable to imaging analysis where the observational unit is a function of space.
Jennifer Chan - (Lazar Lab) - "Non-Catalytic Function of HDAC3"
Anna McNally - (Lee Lab) - "Hypermethylation of C9orf72 promoter is protective against toxicity associated with cellular stressors"
Madhu Yennawar - (Kahn Lab) - "Investigating the Role of CCBE1 in Lymphangiogenesis"