Updated: November 4, 2021
18th Annual CBC Symposium:
Immunology and Immunoengineering Response to COVID-19
VIRTUAL EVENT via ZOOM
DATE: Friday, November 5, 2021
TIME: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
(Zoom waiting area opens at 8:45 AM)
POSTER SESSION: 12:10 PM – 12:50 PM
The 18th Annual CBC Symposium, titled “Immunology and Immunoengineering Response to COVID-19,” will take place virtually as a Zoom Webinar on Friday, November 5, 2021. The meeting will also include a virtual poster session and breakout topics.
Enjoy a promo video produced by Corinna Kitcharoen, CBC!
The symposium is free of charge to attend, however, online registration is REQUIRED.
▸ REGISTER HERE
Call for posters!
The CBC Annual Symposium 2021 will be hosting the symposium poster session via virtualpostersession.org.
Poster presenters will be able to:
- Upload and display their poster as a PDF file that will be browsable through a dashboard of posters at https://CBCsymp2021.virtualpostersession.org on the day of the event.
- Chat with attendees in real-time via a link from the virtual session to a Zoom Meeting breakout room dedicated to your poster.
- Include a pre-recorded video of your presentation that is viewable through the poster dashboard (optional).
For more information please go to the poster abstract submission portal (follow the link below).
The poster submission is now CLOSED. The deadline for poster submissions was Monday, November 1, 2021 @ 5:00 PM.
|8:45 AM||ZOOM Waiting Room Opens for Attendees|
|9:00 AM||Welcome and Opening Remarks|
|9:10 AM||Jennifer LAYDEN, Center for Disease Control and Prevention; University of Illinois at Chicago
Importance of Science in Public Health Response
|Session I: Understanding Serological Response to Infection
|9:45 AM||George GEORGIOU, University of Texas Austin
The Composition and Functions of the lgG Antibodies that Comprise the Serum Antibody Repertoire in Response to Infection or Vaccination.
|10:20 AM||Bellur S. PRABHAKAR, University of Illinois at Chicago
Determinants of Antiviral Response Against SARS-CoV-2
|10:55 AM||5 Min Break|
|11:00 AM||Alexis DEMONBREUN, Northwestern University
Patterns of COVID-19 Seroprevalence and Response to Vaccination in the Chicago Area
|Session II: Understanding Immune Consequences of Infection
|11:35 AM||Melody SWARTZ, The University of Chicago
Lymphovascular Dysregulation in COVID-19
|12:10 PM||Virtual Poster Session (40 min break)|
|12:50 PM||Aaron RING, Yale School of Medicine
Autoantibodies in COVID-19
|1:25 PM||Scott BUDINGER, Northwestern University
Distinctive Features of SARS-CoV-2 Pneumonia in Adults
|Session III: Discovery and Diagnostics
|2:00 PM||Karla Fullner SATCHELL, Northwestern University
Structure Biology of SARS-CoV-2 Viral Proteins Informs Novel Drugs and Diagnostics
|2:35 PM||5 Min Break|
|2:40 PM||Michael CAFFREY, University of Illinois at Chicago
BioAerium – A Real-time Sensor of Airborne SARS-CoV-2
|3:15 PM||Sally MCFALL, Northwestern University
DASH: A Molecular Diagnostic Platform Providing Sample-to-Result in 15 Minutes or Less
|3:50 PM||Closing Remarks|