Date(s) - 19/02/2014
medical Education Building Room 301
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Bioscience Research Infrastructure Development for Grant Enhancement and Success (BRIDGES)
Research Centers in Minority Institutions
Tim-3 Pathway as an Immunobiomarker and Therapeutic Target in Older HIV infected adults
Lishomwa Ndhlovu, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Ndhlovu is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Tropical Medicine,
Investigator in the Hawaii Center for AIDS (HICFA) and Directs the HICFA Flow Cytometry Core at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. Dr. Ndhlovu completed PhD at Tohoku University in Japan and his HIV Immunology Postdoctoral fellowship at the San Francisco General Hospital – UCSF. His research is focused on investigating the role of innate and cellular immunity in human retroviral disease pathogenesis in multiple clinical patient cohorts with the specific intent of finding better ways to prevent or suppress HIV-1, and related retroviral diseases.
Lucia Seale, Ph.D.
Dr. Seale is a Junior Researcher with the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology. She obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Hawaii in 2012. Her research background includes almost two decades of experience in cell & molecular biology utilizing cell culture and animal models of endocrine diseases, most of them studying selenium and thyroid control of cell biology.
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 @ 12:00pm
John A. Burns School of Medicine
Medical Education Building Room 301
Light refreshments will be served.
Please RSVP to Susan Ordinado (firstname.lastname@example.org or 692-1805)