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Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Session III: Disease History, Aging, and Complex Time

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January 15, 2020
9:00 am - 11:00 am

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(20 minute presentations+10 minute discussion; 30 minutes general discussion at the end)

Moderator: Mercedes Pascual   

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How many diseases can one pathogen cause - the shape of disease responses in mice as a species
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David Schneider (Stanford)


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Identifying variants from influenza A H1N1 that exhibit birth-cohort immune escape signatures
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Katia Koelle (Emory Univ.)


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The Tempo of Our Planet: Biological Rhythms & Health
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Micaela Martinez (Columbia Univ.)


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