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CIHMID partners with departments and academic units across campus to co-host seminar speakers within existing seminar series. Anyone within the CIHMID community can nominate a potential speaker and identify an appropriate series. Often, the nominator will also serve as the host for the speaker.

In addition to the seminars we co-sponsor, CIHMID compiles a list of seminars relevant to host-microbe biology and promotes these on our website and by email. If you know of talks that should be featured, please email us so we can include them in the list below. A weekly digest of upcoming seminars is sent to our email list each week. Please subscribe to the list to receive notifications.

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to preclude and hinder the invitation of outside researchers to visit campus, but CIHMID will work with invited guests to ensure the speakers and attendees are as safe as possible. As a result many seminars continue to be held virtually as of spring 2022 – please make special note of locations, and instructions to access each seminar.

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    Related Seminars

  1. EEB Seminar Series- Ram Blekhman

    May 9, 2022
    Title: Functional and Population Genomics of Host-Microbiome Interactions Hosted By Andy Moeller
  2. EEB Seminar Series- Courtney Murdock

    February 14, 2022
    Title: Predicting vector-borne disease transmission in a human-modified world. Hosted by Alex Flecker
  3. EEB Seminar Series- Chelsea Wood

    November 1, 2021
    Title: Ghosts of oceans past: What can data on historical parasite burdens tell us about the future of marine disease? Hosted by Irby Lovette
  4. EEB Seminar Series- Ann Tate

    October 18, 2021
    Title: Immune system optimization in a variable world. Hosted by Brian Lazzaro
  5. CIHMID Virtual Seminar: Dr. Abdelaziz Heddi

    May 5, 2021
    "Immune regulations involved in endosymbiont control and host homeostasis" Hosted by Nicolas Buchon Sponsored by CIHMID, Cornell Institute of Host-Microbe Interations and Disease