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NSURP Seminar #4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Princess Bush
19:23
Amen!
Cristina Castro Vásquez
40:31
how can we acces to the recording ?
Department of Immunobiology
41:57
It will be posted on the website after the presentation.
Joyce Njabi Price
42:00
I think it will be posted on slack/email a few days after
Cristina Castro Vásquez
42:31
thanks!
Princess Bush
52:10
Thank you for speaking today! I have to leave early today, but answer the following question. May you clarify the difference between the gamma strain and wild type strain?
Nikolai Bayro
01:11:30
Thank you so much for the mind-blowing, ground-shaking presentation! I have a question, given that Th1 CD4+ cells (and NK) induce M1 phenotype in macrophages, ¿How is it that in T cell KO mice there is an enhancement in macrophage activity? Again thank you for the amazing conference, your work is really inspiring.
Nikolai Bayro
01:15:20
Thank you!
Amethyst Ralph
01:16:01
thank you so much, it’s inspiring to see someone who looks like us share their passion I truly appreciate it
Kudakwashe Murinda
01:16:04
Thank you for your presentation. I really enjoyed it
Aranis Muniz Perez
01:16:09
The way you were able to communciate your science was amazing. I have more of a neuroscience background and I was able to understand this. What happened in your research career that got you interested specifically in Cryptococcus?
Guadalupe Bernal
01:17:06
Agreed, its really inspiring to see people who look like us during these seminars. Great presentation.
Héctor Romero
01:18:20
What will you recommend for students that are interested in pursuing graduate studies in host-pathogen interactions?
Alexis McCollum
01:18:22
Hello! Thank you for sharing your research! I am interested in conducting research in host-microbe interactions. Do you think participating in a Medical Microbiology and Immunoligy graduate program would cater more specifically to host-microbe interactions compared to a Microbiology and Immunology Program? Thank you again!
Oluwasegun Isaac Daramola
01:19:11
Thanks for the presentation. It was great!
Alexis McCollum
01:20:41
Great advice! Thank you!
Aranis Muniz Perez
01:21:23
You mentioned being a research director at UTSA (I'm actually an undergrad there right now!). How did you get involved in mentoring students?
Nana Agyemang
01:23:27
Thank you for the wonderful advice!
Amethyst Ralph
01:24:29
thank you!
Nikolai Bayro
01:24:35
Thank you!
Noah Yonas
01:24:35
Thank you!
Aranis Muniz Perez
01:24:40
Thank you!
Zaria Iyana Contejean
01:24:43
thank you