The Carter Immunology Center sponsors a variety of educational activities that benefit graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty alike. These events provide a rich, intellectual environment for broadening exposure to scientific discoveries, innovations, and contemporary issues within the field of immunology.

Samy Lempke

Location - Room 1014 Pinn Hall

Title: The role of iNos during cell-autonomous restriction of Toxoplasma gondii

Abhinav Arneja

Location - Room 1014 Pinn Hall

Title: “Regulation of human memory CD8+ T lymphocyte self-renewal through Interleukin-15 signaling.”

Jessica Annis

Location - Room 1014 Pinn Hall

Title: Regulation of Myeloid Cells and Inflammation Marks Increased Susceptibility in a Genetic Model of Acute Viral Infection-Induced Tissue Damage

Chaofan Li

Pinn Hall 1014

Comparative single cell analysis reveals IFN-γ as a driver of respiratory sequelae post COVID-19