About the event
Advances in Immunology & Microbiology Seminar Series, College of Veterinary Medicine
The Advances in Immunology & Microbiology seminar series is a weekly forum that brings together scientists from diverse fields and disciplines across the College of Veterinary Medicine to discuss research advances in the broad areas of immunology, microbiology, infectious diseases, and global health. Seminars feature student speakers from the Immunology & Infectious Disease (IID) doctoral program, IID-affiliated postdoctoral researchers and faculty, intramural speakers from across the university, and extramural speakers.
Presenter: Susan Noh, Research Veterinary Medical Officer, USDA-ARS Animal Disease Research Unit
TITLE: The unbiased identification of adhesins for entry into tick cells and mammalian cells by the tick-borne pathogen, Anaplasma marginale