TV Seminar 2018-2019

Takes place the third Friday of every month in BRB 301 at noon. Lunch is provided by the Abramson Cancer Center Tumor Virology Program. Two trainees present their research findings each month. 
The 2018 – 2019 schedule is as follows

September 21, 2018
Sydney Campbell, K. Wellen Lab
"Plasticity in UDP-GlcNAc production allows maintenance of glycans in PDAC"
Jason LaMontagne, P. Lieberman Lab
"Epigenetic regulation of EBV Primary Infection"
October 19, 2018
Yonggang Pei, E. Robertson Lab
"Development of a small-molecule inhibitor for treating multiple leukemias/lymphomas".
November 16, 2018
Scarlett Yang, A. Thomas-Tikonenko Lab
Role of FBXW7 isoforms in normal and leukemic human B Cells
Joseph Ziegelbauer, Investigator NIH/NCI
Functions of Viral MicroRNAs and Circular RNAs
January 18, 2019
Rajnish Singh
Rajnish Singh, E. Robertson Lab, presents "Understanding hypoxic reactivation of Kaposi's Sarcoma associated Herpesvirus". 
Ammar Naqvi
Ammar Naqvi, A. Thomas-Tikonenko Lab, presents Circular RNAs and alternative splicing in B-lymphoid cells.
February 15, 2019
Alfredo Perales Puchalt, D. Weiner Lab
"Development of a DNA vaccine targeting BARF1 for the treatment of EBV associated carcinomas".
Wei Liu, J. You Lab
"Stimulating innate immunity to target Merkel cell carcinoma".
March 15, 2019
Lorenzo Gonzalez, Y. Yaun Lab
Josh Hatterschide, E White Lab
"HPV E7 Degrades PTPN14 to Limit Keratinocyte Differentiation".
April 19, 2019
Metthew Lam, E. White Lab
"Regulation of IL-1-mediated inflammation by HPV oncoproteins".
Nathan Krump, J. You Lab
"Dissecting the Immune Response to MCPyV Infection".
May 17, 2019
Steven Zhao, K. Wellen Lab
"Dietary fructose feeds hepatic lipogenesis via microbiome-derived acetate independently of citrate shuttling".
Sophia Reeder
Sophia Reeder, D. Weiner Lab, presents "DNA encoded Monoclonal Antibodies for the Treatment of Cancer".