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  • Center for Virology - Works in Progress
    investigators their lab members or other Duke or Triangle area researchers working in virology related areas give informal 30 minute presentations about their current research Pizza and drinks are provided by the Center for Virology 2013 2014 meetings Date First Presenter Second Presenter Flyer Sept 23 Rebecca Skalsky Cullen lab Oct 28 Permar lab Ping Liu Tomaras lab Nov 25 Mariano Garcia Blanco Garcia Blanco lab Jan 27 Luftig lab

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/activities/worksip.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Center for Virology - Journal Club
    the Center Function of the Center Viral Oncology Training Program Administration Contact Us Journal Club A virology journal club is held the 4th Thursday of each month at 4 00 pm in Room 0010 CARL Building Dates for the 2013 2014 school year Date Presenter Paper September 26 Rafael Campos October 24 Matt Kennedy November Nick Homa December 19 January 16 Adam Mefford February 20 Amy Hafez March 20 Brigid

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/activities/journalclub.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Center for Virology - Symposia
    zoonotic influenza viruses 9 45 a m Britt Glaunsinger Ph D Associate Professor of Plant Microbial Biology University of California Berkeley RNA destruction and revival Rewiring gene expression pathway during viral infection Coffee Break 11 00 a m Glenn Randall Ph D Associate Professor of Microbiology The University of Chicago Single particle imaging of HCV infection of polarized liver organoids 11 45 a m David C Bloom Ph D Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology University of Florida College of Medicine HSV reactivation RNA and chromatin under stress A Duke Center for Virology mini symposium was held Thursday April 11 2013 The event featured four presentations from internationally recognized experts in the field Michael Way Ph D Principal Scientist Cancer Research UK London Research Institute Using Vaccinia virus to understand signaling transport and cytoskeletal dynamics Diane E Griffin M D Ph D Professor and Chair Molecular Microbiology Immunology Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Measles Recovery lessons from an acute virus infection Ronald C Desrosiers Ph D Professor of Microbiology and Immunology Harvard Medical School Vaccine and vectored immunoprophylaxis for the prevention of HIV AIDS Benjamin tenOever Ph D Professor of Microbiology and Immunology Harvard Medical School Exploiting the

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/activities/symposia.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Center for Virology - Upcoming Seminars
    Home Faculty Activities Monthly Works in Progress Journal Club Symposia Upcoming virology seminars Travel grants Other virology related events About the Center Function of the Center Viral Oncology Training Program Administration Contact Us Upcoming Seminars January 23 2014 Terence Dermody

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/activities/virologyseminars.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Center for Virology - Travel Grants
    docs who are affiliated with a virology center laboratory and who are attending a symposium that has a significant virological dimension Applicants must present either a poster or a talk at the symposium to be eligible Applicants will be vetted by a small committee but we hope to support almost all applicants that satisfy the above criteria Applications should include 1 the abstract of your presentation at the meeting 2

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/activities/travelgrants.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Center for Virology - Other Events
    Journal Club Symposia Upcoming virology seminars Travel grants Other virology related events About the Center Function of the Center Viral Oncology Training Program Administration Contact Us Other Events For other virology related events at Duke please visit the following websites

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/activities/other.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Center for Virology - Function of the Center
    pathogenesis Bryan Cullen PhD HIV 1 entry and drug development Chin Ho Chen PhD Innate immune responses to HIV 1 infection Guido Ferrari PhD Host RNA binding proteins required for flavivirus propagation Mariano Garcia Blanco MD PhD Mechanisms of neurological disease induced by poliovirus and enteroviruses Matthias Gromeier PhD Innate immunity to hepatitis C virus Stacy Horner PhD RNA protein interactions that regulate viral replication Jack Keene PhD Pathogenesis and

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/about/fn.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Center for Virology - Traning Program
    The training program supports five pre doctoral trainees and two post doctoral trainees each year In addition to research mentoring the program serves to train the next generation of virologists and cancer biologists with various professional development opportunities throughout the year These opportunities include a Viral Oncology Mini Symposium in the fall and a Pathogenic Human Virus Symposium in the spring Pre doctoral trainees are expected to enroll in the Virology and Viral Oncology graduate course during the spring A monthly journal club which is organized by students and post doctoral fellows is offered throughout the year in addition to a works in progress seminar offered in conjunction with the Duke Center for Virology Finally an annual grant fellowship writing workshop is offered each year by the Duke University Office of Research Support Benefits Each post doctoral trainee who enters the Viral Oncology research training program will receive an NIH level stipend commensurate with his or her years of post doctoral experience health insurance for the trainee and his or her family annual travel funds to attend scientific meetings and a small supply budget Pre doctoral trainees will be supported during the second year of graduate school if they have selected a mentor who is a member of the training faculty and are selected by the executive committee of the training program These students will also be eligible to apply for travel stipends during the training period and will receive a small supply budget Stipend Levels for FY10 have been determined in accordance with the NIH guidelines and can be found here NOT OD 10 047 For more information on stipends please contact Micah Luftig Associate Director of the Viral Oncology Training Program or Esther DeMarco Grants and Contracts Administrator Training Faculty If you are interested in participating in the

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/virology/about/trainingprogram.html (2014-06-13)
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