Symposium Posters

MIB/CIDID “Immunology and Evolution of Influenza” Symposium

Poster Session on Thursday 5/25/2017


  1. Hannah M. Creager (CDC, USA), Jessica A. Belser, Hui Zeng, Joanna A. Pulit-Penaloza, Taronna R. Maines, Terrence M. Tumpey. “Establishment and application of an in vitro exposure system to study aerosolized influenza viruses”


  1. Shamika Danzy (Emory University School of Medicine, USA), Ketaki Ganti, Anice C. Lowen and John Steel. “Identification of determinants of transmission present in human-origin but not avian-origin M segment of influenza A virus”


  1. Paul Dunbar (Emory University School of Medicine, USA), Alexander Wein, Nivedah Kumar, Zheng-Rong Li, Emily K. Cartwright, Sarah L. Hayward, Jacob E Kohlmeier. “The Role of CCR2+ Inflammatory Monocytes in the Establishment of Lung-Resident Memory CD8 T Cells”


  1. Ziyuan He (Tulane National Primate Research Center, USA), Chie Sugimoto, Carolina Allers, Hideki Fujioka, Elizabeth S. Didier, and Marcelo J. Kuroda. “Kinetics modeling of neutrophils, basophils, and classical monocytes with pulse-chasing BrdU labeling in young and elderly rhesus macaques”


  1. Aisha Hegab (St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA), Christine Oshansky, Li Tang, Sook-san Wong, Trushar Jeevan, Richard Webby, John DeVincenzo, Paul Thomas. “Herpesvirus co-infection alters immune responses to human influenza virus infection”


  1. Zheng-Rong Tiger Li (Emory University School of Medicine, USA), Veronika I. Zarnitsyna, Anice C. Lowen, Jacob E. Kohlmeier, and Rustom Antia. “Quantifying the Relative Impact of Influenza Virus Mutations on Viral Fitness and Escape from Cellular Immunity”


  1. Joseph Mackel, Jaleesa Garth, Jonathan Blackburn, Chad Steele. “Opposing roles of leukotrienes and lipoxins on inflammatory responses during invasive lung fungal infection”


  1. Valerie C Marcano (The University of Georgia, USA), S Cardenas-Garcia, DG Diel, PJ, CC Brown, RM Jr. Gogal, CL Afonso. “An in ovo, live recombinant Newcastle disease virus vaccine protects chickens against challenge at 1 week-of -age with virulent Newcastle disease virus”


  1. Jess A Millar (Portland State University, USA) and Y. Chen. “Machine learning techniques in cancer prognostic modeling and performance assessment.”


  1. Margarita Pertseva (Shemyakin – Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Russia), N. Troyanova, M. Shevchenko, A. Sapozhnikov. “Modulating Effect of Extracellular HSP70 on Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species by Neutrophils”


  1. Velislava Petrova (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK), Kathrin Pieper, Rachael Bashford-Rogers, C. A. Russell, P. Kellam, R.L. De Swart, Antonio Lanzavecchia. “Identifying measles virus-specific immune signatures after natural infection”


  1. Kara L. Phipps (Emory University School of Medicine, USA), Nicolle Marshall, Hui Tao, Shamika Danzy, Nina Onuoha, John Steel and Anice C. Lowen. “Seasonal H3N2 and 2009 pandemic H1N1 influenza A viruses reassort efficiently but produce attenuated progeny”


  1. Jeremy S. Reich (Emory University/CDC), Mark G. Thompson, Kenneth G. Castro. “Impact of Repeated Prior Influenza Vaccination on Serum Hemagglutinin Inhibition AntibodyResponse to B/Victoria/Brisbane/60/2008-like virus in 2010-11 Inactivated Influenza Vaccine and Prior Seasonal Victoria and Yamagata Influenza B Lineage Components among Healthcare Personnel”


  1. Diana Vera-Cruz (Duke University, USA) , CS Nelson, KM Bialas, D Tran, PA Barry, A Kaur, K Koelle, SR Permar. “Influence of maternal hyperimmune globulin (HIG) infusion on viral diversity and congenital transmission”


  1. Thorsten U. Vogel (Sanofi Pasteur, USA), Timothy Alefantis, Ivette Nuñez, Sophia Mundle, Irina Ustyugova, Tod Strugnell, Josh Dinapoli, Michael Carlock, Krissy Moehling, Stephen F. Anderson, James D. Allen, Simon Owino, Ray Oomen, Mark Parrington, Nicholas Jackson, Richard Zimmerman, Simon Delagrave, Ted M. Ross, Harry Kleanthous. “A high proportion of vaccinated adults have broadly neutralizing hemagglutination-inhibiting antibodies against influenza”


  1. Maria C. White (Emory University, USA), John Steel, and Anice C. Lowen. “The importance of packaging signal divergence in influenza A virus reassortment is segment dependent”


  1. Richard C. White (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine) and Nicholas P. Cianciotto. “The type II secretion system of Legionella pneumophila is required for optimal Rab1B association and promotes growth primarily via Rab1B-independent mechanisms”


  1. Christine K. Wong, Candice Smith (University of Michigan),Koji Sakamoto, Naftali Kaminski, Jonathan L. Koff and Daniel R. Goldstein. “Aging impairs alveolar macrophage phagocytosis and increases influenza- induced mortality in mice”