QBI - Symposium

ARTHROPOD-BORNE DISEASES SYMPOSIUM

June

18-19

9:00 AM-6:00 PM


Co-organized by Seemay Chou of UC San Francisco and Andrea Swei of San Francisco State University, the Arthropod-borne Diseases in the Age of Quantitative Biology Symposium will be held at Gladstone Institutes in San Francisco on June 18-19, 2019.  Under the leadership of Dr. Nevan Krogan, the Quantitative Biosciences Institute (QBI) seeks transformative results in biomedicine by supporting fundamental quantitative research in the biological sciences. In support of this mission, the symposium will focus on challenges and opportunities in vector-borne disease research, with the goal of bringing together diverse perspectives ranging from disease ecology to mechanisms of pathogenesis.


Confirmed Speakers:

Geoff Attardo, UC Davis 

Shannon Bennett, California Academy of Sciences

Charles Chiu, UC San Francisco

Seemay Chou, UC San Francisco

Anthony James, UC Irvine - "Mosquito population modification and the malaria eradication agenda"

Amy Kistler, CZ Biohub 

Vicki Kramer, California Department of Health - "Epidemiology and ecology of West Nile virus in California: Long-term trends"

John Marshall, UC Berkeley  - "Can malaria, dengue and Zika be controlled by CRISPR-based gene drive? Insights from mathematical models"

Nathan Nieto, Northern Arizona University

Joao Pedra, University of Maryland - "Transkingdom Intercommunication at the Vector-Host Interface”

Jason Rasgon, Pennsylvania State University 

Patricia Rosa, NIH

Ravinder Sehgal, San Francisco State University 

Ana Sesma, Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - "High-dimensional analysis of dengue virus infections in human systems reveals distinct viral signatures"

Priya Shah, UC Davis

Andrea Swei, San Francisco State University

Ellen Yeh, Stanford University 

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