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Upcoming Lectures

Dynamic Organelle Remodeling: Viral Mechanisms to Subvert Host Cell Biology

June 29, 2022 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Ileana Cristea, Ph.D., Princeton University

(This will be a hybrid lecture, in person at Lipsett Amphitheather and on NIH VideoCast.)  Organelle remodeling is an essential component of all human virus infections. Viruses rely on the biological processes partitioned within organelles for their infectious cycles. Likewise, host cells require organelles to detect and combat pathogen invasion. Here, we integrate molecular virology, super-resolution microscopy, and proteomics to characterize organelle structure-function relationships in the context of viral infections.


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