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.

Emily Dennis

Location - Room 1014 Pinn Hall

Title: Loss of Ten-Eleven Translocation 2 (TET2) reduces CCR6 expression and increases B1 B cell number in the peritoneal cavity 

Claire Bourke, BSc, PhD

Location - Room 1005 Pinn Hall

Seminar Title: Innate immune cell anti-bacterial function in children with complicated severe acute malnutrition

Mitchell McGinty

Location - Room 1014 Pinn Hall

Title: Absence of TLR5 confers survival in mice bearing ovarian tumors treated with anti-PD-L1