Bay Area Viruses Symposium
4th Annual Symposium - 2014
The 4th Annual Bay Area Symposium on Viruses will be held Friday, May 30, 2014!
Ann Arvin (Stanford)
"Molecular mechanisms of varicella-zoster virus pathogenesis"
Jody Baron (UCSF)
"A mouse model of human hepatitis B: A tool to identify and test therapeutic targets"
Laurent Coscoy (UC Berkeley)
"A role for activation-induced cytidine deaminase in innate immune defense against KSHV"
Bryce Falk (UC Davis)
"Criniviruses have the most complex genomes and virions of +sense ssRNA plant viruses"
Romas Geleziunas (Gilead)
"Concepts of combination therapy for HIV eradication"
Peter S. Kim (Stanford)
"The gp41 Pre-Hairpin Intermediate as a Vaccine Target"
Philip Norris (BSRI)
"Immune determinates of WNV infection outcome"
ORAL PRESENTATION SUBMISSION FINALISTS:
Ashley Acevedo (UCSF)
"APOBEC3H: A novel riboviral effector"
Xing Cheng (MedImmune)
"Developing novel Newcastle disease virus as oncolytic virus for virotherapy"
Zoe Davis (UC Berkeley)
"Global mapping of herpesvirus-host protein complexes reveals a novel transcription strategy for late genes"
Elizabeth Tanner (Stanford)
"Suppressing antiviral resistance via dominant drug targets"
Please be sure to join the lunch time industry/career roundtable in room 125 LKS as well as the poster and networking session.