HMI-Syllabus - Host-Microbes Interactions October 2011,...

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1 Host-Microbes Interactions October 2011, Yerevan, Armenia Institute for Molecular Biology Course Lecturers: - Haig Alexander Eskandarian – Institut Pasteur – eskandar@pasteur.fr - Sarkis K Mazmanian – California Institute of Technology - sarkis@caltech.edu - Bana Jabri – University of Chicago – bjabri@bsd.uchicago.edu Course Schedule: - Monday, October 3 rd , 2011 – HA ESKANDARIAN o Morning lecture on Pathogenesis o Afternoon session on discussion of scientific articles - Tuesday, October 4 th , 2011 – SK MAZMANIAN o Morning lecture on Mucosal Immunology and Commensalism o Afternoon session on discussion of scientific articles - Wednesday, October 5 th , 2011 – B JABRI o Morning lecture on Tolerance o Afternoon session on discussion of scientific articles - Friday, October 7 th , 2011 o Morning sessions for 1) free discussions between students and lecturers to address science questions and 2) discussion about thoughts and suggestions that might occur
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2 Pathogenesis Lecture and Discussion HA ESKANDARIAN Lecture Plan : 1) Pathogenesis of Listeria monocytogenes Infection a. Entry and colonization of host tissues – references needed i. Crossing the intestinal barrier ii. Crossing the blood-brain barrier iii. Crossing the feto-placental barrier 2) Intracellular Infectious Cycle a. Epithelial cells – gut, liver, spleen… (Gaillard
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