Annual International Symposium
Center for Study of Gene Structure & Function
Friday, January 19th, 2007
Morning Session 9:00am*
"Gene/Environment Interaction and the Causes of Atherosclerosis."
Pasteur Institute, France
“Parallel Origin and Diversity of TB Agents and Humans”
“Using the Human Major Histocompatibility Complex to
Study Disease, Natural Selection and Human Evolution”
“Experimental Evolution in a Virus Model System”
Afternoon Session 1:00pm*
“Targeting Childhood Development to Make the Nation Healthy Again.”
Director, World Health Organization’s Global Malaria Program (WHO/GMP)
“Malaria control: why it has failed and how to fix it?
Public health approaches and international politics”
“The Ecology of Antibiotic Resistance”
"Darwinian Medicine: Why has Natural Selection Left Us So Vulnerable to Disease?"
“Allergies and Cancers: Are the Complex Relationships Comprehensible?”
*Names are in alphabetical order
This event is free and open to the public.
Online registration is encouraged.
student poster session contest – submit abstract on the symposium website:
Supported by the Research Centers in Minority Institutions Program of the Division
of Research Infrastructure of the
of the National Institutes of Health - Grant Number G12 RR-03037