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The study of eukaryotic pathogens includes such diverse organisms as intracellular protozoa, helminths and fungal pathogens. The Annual Southern California Eukaryotic Pathogen Symposium (SCEP) brings together researchers from more than 15 different labs from Southern California  that investigate the inner workings and host response to these important pathogens. It is the aim of this symposium to bring together these like-minded but individual groups to facilitate interaction and collaboration.

 

Our 12th annual symposium will take place on Wednesday, October 19, 2022 IN-PERSON at the Genomics Auditorium - University of California, Riverside. Registration is free and we will circulate our annual abstract booklet via email. Parking has been reserved for Lot #6. UC Riverside campus map

 

Our keynote speaker is Dr. Jude Uzonna, Associate Dean (Research) and Professor of Immunology & Medical Microbiology at Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba. Dr. Uzonna specializes in the generation of immunity and the development of vaccines to Leishmania. Presentation title: “Immunologic memory in parasitic infections may need constant reminding: a paradigm change?".

 

We will also welcome Associate Professor Michael Reese from UT Southwestern who will give the morning invited talk where he will speak about CryoEM and his studies on Toxoplasma. Presentation title: “Using cryo-electron tomography to define the in situ structure the apicomplexan invasion machinery”.

 

Registration is now Open and symposium announcements will be sent via email.

For more information contact emmaw@ucr.edukarine.leroch@ucr.edu, or meera.nair@ucr.edu

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