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Immunology Forum Seminar Series featuring Dr. Amy Weinmen
The Molecular Balance Between Lineage-Specifying Transcription Factors Impacts Helper T cell Fate and Flexibility
Date: 2/11/2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Cost: Free
Location: 13-105 CHS
Los Angeles, California 90095

JCCC Seminar

Dr. Amy Weinmen

Presented by:
Amy Weinmen, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Immunology
University of Washington

Dr. Amy Weinmen's current research is focused on understanding the context in which the T-box transcription factor family utilizes the common epigenetic activities as well as the family member specific transactivation potential to regulate gene expression at both the global and individual target gene level. Importantly, examining these questions in T helper cell differentiation in the immune system provides a valuable model system to define the molecular requirements for establishing developmental gene networks.

Light lunch served

Co-Sponsored by the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, and the Center for AIDS Research