Tuesday, May 10, 2022 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM ET Room B117–119
Immunity to Microbial, Parasitic, and Fungal Infections I
- Olandrewaju Morenikeji, Univ. of Pittsburgh at Bradford
- Denise Monack, Stanford Univ. Sch. of Med.
- Yogesh Scindia, Univ. of Florida, Hepcidin deficiency increases susceptibility to disseminating candidiasis and renal failure
- Claire Depew, Univ. of California, Davis, Sterile liver inflammation and T cell-intrinsic T-bet expression drive the formation of Tissue Resident Memory CD4 T cells that protect against systemic Salmonella infection
- Erinn L. Donnelly, Univ. of Idaho, Basophil depletion alters host immunity, intestinal permeability and mammalian host-to-mosquito transmission in malaria
- Javeed A. Shah, Univ. of Washington, The tuberculosis resistance protein TOLLIP prevents disease progression by regulating the integrated stress response in alveolar macrophages.
- Andrew Thomas Martin, Univ. of Rochester Med. Ctr. Selective reprogramming of peritoneal macrophages by IFN-γ during acute Toxoplasma gondii infection
- Teri Hreha, Washington Univ. in St Louis Sch. of Med., Androgen exposure alters the neutrophil response to pyelonephritis
- Yanli Chen, Univ. of Maryland, Col. Park, TNF-α signaling is required for fungal clearance during brain infection with Cryptococcus neoformans via promoting the recruitment of CD4+ T cells and inflammatory monocytes
- Brandon Keith Wilder, Oregon Hlth. and Sci. Univ., Malaria antigens are presented to CD8 T cells via the non-classical HLA-E