Symposium on Neuro-Immune Interactions


Date: March 24–25         Location: Online       Time: 10–2pm, Poster Session afterwards

 

 

       

The talks were recorded and we hope to post them in some form in the near future. Since we encouraged panelists to present unpublished work, we will be editing out portions that fall into that category. We plan to send out an email to registered attendees once the edited versions are available online. Stay tuned for more information!

 


Keynote Speaker:

Lawrence Steinman

Stanford University

http://med.stanford.edu/steinmanlab.html

 

Neuroinflammation and Peripheral-Brain Crosstalk

Isaac Chiu

Harvard Medical School

https://chiulab.med.harvard.edu/

 

Vijay Kuchroo

Brigham and Woman’s Hospital; Harvard Medical School

http://kuchroolab.bwh.harvard.edu/

 

Keith Elkon

University of Washington

https://rheumatology.uw.edu/research/elkon-lab

 

Lupus and Autoimmune Disease

Betty Diamond

Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research

https://www.feinsteininstitute.org/our-researchers/betty-diamond-md/

 

Steven McCarroll

Harvard Medical School, Broad Institute

http://mccarrolllab.org/

 

Immune Mechanisms of Synapse Development, Function and Dysfunction

Michael Carroll

Harvard Medical School

http://www.michaelcarrolllab.com/

 

Dorothy Schafer

University of Massachusetts Medical School

https://www.schaferlabumms.com

 

Microglia Ontogeny and Development

Margaret McCarthy

University of Maryland School of Medicine

https://www.mccarthylab.com/

 

Christopher  Bennett

Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

https://www.fcblab.org

 

Neuron-Glia Communication at Brain Borders

Maria Lehtinen

Harvard Medical School; Boston Children’s Hospital

http://www.childrenshospital.org/research/labs/lehtinen-laboratory

 

Jonathan Kipnis

University of Washington

www.kipnislab.wustl.edu

 

Beth Stevens

Boston Children’s Hospital; Broad Institute

https://www.stevenslab.org/

 

New Approaches and Tools to Model Glia and Neuro-Immune Interactions

Cody Smith

University of Notre Dame

http://smithneurallab.weebly.com/