Annual Student Organized Meeting

Noah Palm, PhD
Assistant Professor,  Department of Immunobiology
Yale University School of Medicine

The focus of Dr. Palm’s research is to understand the complex interplay between gut microbiota and the host immune system. 
His lab employes next generation sequencing techniques, anaerobic culture methods, and gnotobiotic mouse models
to determine how these interations influence human health and disease

Student Talks

Robert Link, PhD candidate, Drexel University College of Medicine
“In silico evaluation of anti-HIV-1 CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing therapy indicates minimal risk of off-target activity”

Riley Williams, PhD candidate,  Drexel University College of Medicine
“Influenza A virus infection of neurons and pathogenesis in the CNS”

Alexandra L. Perry, PhD candidate,  Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
“The Kingella kingae PilC1 MIDAS motif is essential for adherence and twitching motility”

4-5pm,  Student Presentations
5-6pm,  Reception
6-7pm,  Keynote Speaker

Bluemle Life Sciences Building,  Thomas Jefferson University
233 S. 10th Street (10th and Locust)
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Discounted parking at the garage on 11th and Locust 
(entrance on 11th St under the Hamilton Bldg)