|Date:||November 14, 2019 | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
November 15, 2019 | 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
|Location:||Eilan Hotel & Spa
18603 La Cantera Terrace
San Antonio, TX 78256
» Poster size: 36″ x 36″ or 36″ x 48″ or 36″ x 54″
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Shuttle service will be available from UT Health San Antonio and UTSA.
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Dr. Bäumler’s research involves enteric pathogens, the host, and its gut microbiota. His lab has a histiory of pioneering new models and approaches to address key questions about the pathogenesis of gastroenteritis. Their research also involves typhoid fever pathogenesis and interactions between Salmonella, the host, and its microbiota. More recenly, the lab has become interested in mechanisms that lower colonization resistance against Enterobacteriaceae.
Dr. Dye oversees the execution of research programs with the aim to counteract the Ebola virus and other high-risk pathogens. He is involved in developing vaccines and therapeutics for hemorrhagic fever viruses and guiding the team in completing basic science and applied research in support of Department of Defense and U.S. Government interests.
Dr. Griffin’s lab studies the Sindbis virus, an alphavirus that causes encephalitis in mice, as well as the effect of the immune response on clearance of measles virus and RNA in infected humans and rhesus macaques. The lab is also studying the immune response to a variety of measles vaccines delivered both parenterally and by aerosol to identify the determinants of protective immunity.