Seminar Series | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Adebayo Molehin, PhD

Fall 2020

This course will allow students to develop their presentation skills by providing experiences in both written and oral communication, presentations and critiques.

We will hold all seminars via Zoom.
Seminars are held on Wednesdays from 1 to 2 p.m. Unless otherwise noted.

 

Qualifying Exam

Thursday, December 3rd

“Sertoli cell/T regulatory cell interactions in allotransplantation survival”

Taylor Hibler
Graduate Student,
Immunology & Infectious Diseases,
Department of Cell Biology & Biochemistry 
September 30th

TBA

Rachel Washburn
Graduate Student,
Immunology & Infectious Diseases,
Department of Cell Biology & Biochemistry
October 21st

"The Therapeutic Potential of Biofilm Dispersal in Wound Infections"

Whitni Redman
Graduate Student,
Immunology & Infectious Diseases,
Department of Surgery
Monday,
October 26th 

"Influences of pH on Gardnerella vaginalis and Lactobacillus spp. within the vaginal microenvironment"

Stephany Navarro
Graduate Student,
Immunology & Infectious Diseases,
Department of Immunology &
Molecular Microbiology
Wednesday,
November 11th 
"Influence of Host Genetics and Environment on Development of Acute Graft vs. Host Disease"
Josue Enriquez
Graduate Student,
Immunology & Infectious Diseases,
Department of Immunology &
Molecular Microbiology 
 
Wednesday,
November 18th 


"Biofilms in Sinusitis"

Emily Vanderpool
Graduate Student,
Immunology & Infectious Diseases,
Department of Surgery

 

 

 

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Lisa Moran

806.743.1280

l.moran@ttuhsc.edu