The Duke University Transplant Infectious Diseases Symposium provides a forum to explores new frontiers in transplantation with renowned experts in the field of Transplantation and Immunocompromised Hosts.
The program for this symposium includes presentations by a panel of world-renowned experts.
Gene Expression Profiling for Diagnosing and Managing Infection and Rejection in the Immunocompromised Host
Wednesday, May 08, 2019, 1:00pm - 4:15pm
Location: Great Hall, Trent Semans Center
1:00-1:30pm Host gene expression to discriminate bacterial and viral respiratory infections in the non-immunocompromised population.
1:30-2:00pm Host gene expression profiling as a fungal diagnostic in the immunocompromised population
2:00-2:30pm Gene expression signatures as diagnostic tools: How close are we to validation for the clinical laboratory?
2:30-2:45 pm BREAK
2:45-3:15pm Sequencing to detect Differentially Expressed Gene Transcripts in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients: Molecular Signatures Involved in Alloimmune Responses
3:15-3:45pm Employing Cell Gene Expression Analysis to Understand EBV Latency and Post-Transplant Lymphoproliferative Disorder
3:45-4:15pm Genomic Medicine to Guide Clinical Care: Opportunities for Use and Barriers to Implementation
The symposium is free.
To register, contact Kelly Stanly ad (919) 668‐0789 or email@example.com.
Barbara D. Alexander, MD, MHS
Professor of Medicine and Pathology
Director, Transplant Infectious Diseases