All seminars are held Tuesdays, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
in Physical Sciences 240 
unless otherwise indicated.

**FRIDAY, Jan 12th @ 12:30pm**
**BioMed 200**

Dr. Regine Hengge
Professor, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
"Control of biofilm matrix architecture by the c-di-GMP signaling network of Escherichia coli"

**MONDAY, Jan 22nd @ 4:00pm**
**BioMed 200**
Dr. Victoria Korolik
"Bacterial chemotaxis and changing paradigms."

Jan 23 
Dr. Daniel Spade
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Brown University
Department Candidate Talk, "Mechanisms of phthalate toxicity during fetal testis development."

Jan 30
Dr. Juliana Durack
Research Scientist, Specialist
Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology, UC San Francisco
Department Candidate Talk, "The human microbiome in atopic asthma - linking environmental exposure to gut and airway microbiome and systemic inflammation."

**FRIDAY, Feb 2nd @ 2:00pm**
PSB 240
Dr. Isabelle Arnold
Postdoctoral Fellow
Institute of Molecular Cancer Research, University of Zürich, Switzerland
"Eosinophils suppress Th1 responses and restrict bacterially induced gastrointestinal inflammation"

Feb 6
Dr. Mariana Byndloss
Assistant Project Scientist
Medical Microbiology and Immunology, University of California at Davis
Department Candidate Talk, "You take my breath away: How healthy guts exclude oxygen."

Feb 20
Dr. Allison Ehrlich
Postdoctoral Fellow
Immunotoxicology, Oregon State University
Department Candidate Talk, "Immune modulation by the aryl hydrocarbon receptor: 
Implications for type 1 diabetes"

Feb 27
Dr. David Hendrixson
Professor, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Diversity and Multi-functional Use of Flagellar Organelles in Bacterial Pathogens

Mar 6
Dr. Jacqueline Kimmey
Postdoctoral Scholar
Pediatrics, UC San Diego
Department Candidate Talk, "How innate immune responses dictate outcome of infectious disease."


**THURSDAY, Mar 8th @ 12noon**
PSB 240
Dr. Sean Bugel
Assistant Professor
Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, Oregon State University
Department Candidate Talk, "Zebrafish as a translational model for investigating toxicity of endocrine active compounds."

Mar 13
Travis Conley (Smith Lab)
Gisele Miglioranza Rizzi (Smith/Finkelstein Lab)
4th Year Talks