2020 Past Sessions

Members can access recordings of the 2020 virtual sessions listed below (unless noted as "live only"). Not a member? Join now for instant access and receive membership through 2021. Or, if you'd like to purchase access to the entire 2020 archive, contact us.

Workshops and more:

SLB SCHOOL video archive

Scientific Illustrations: A workshop on how to get started creating images for your articles and presentations

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Mentoring: Challenges and Opportunities

Beyond Academia: Career Paths and Options

Scientific Sessions Library (click here for the full video library of scientific sessions):

  • Host Versus Microbiome in Metabolic Disease, Kylie Kavanagh, Wake Forest University (live only)
  • Uninvited Guests in Undisclosed Locations: Microbes and Their Metabolites in the Cystic Fibrosis Airways, Katrine Whiteson, University of California, Irvine (live only)
  • Resident Microbes that Induce Aggressive vs Protective Responses in Genetically Predisposed vs Normal Hosts, Balfour Sartor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • The Virtues of Simplicity: Vaginal Microbiome, Host Inflammation and Reproductive Outcomes, Doug Kwon, Harvard
  • Itaconate Regulating Macrophage Activation, Monika Bambouskova, WUSTL
  • Inflammaging in Tissue Resident Immune Cells, Christina Camell, University of Minnesota
  • Endogenous Oxidized Phospholipids Reprogram Cellular Metabolism and Boost Hyperinflammation, Ivan Zanoni, Harvard Medical School
  • Macrophages and RELM Proteins in Inflammation and Sepsis, Meera Nair, Uni.of California, Riverside
  • Sugar Switches in Antibody-Mediated Effector Functions: The COVID-19 Case, Gestur Vidarsson, Amsterdam UMC
  • The Emerging Role of Glyco-Checkpoints in Cancer, Autoimmunity and Infection: The Sweet Side of Immunotherapy, Gabriel Rabinovich, Institute of Biology and Experimental Medicine
  • Nonhuman Primate Models for COVID-19: A Critical Component of the Response to the Pandemic, Emmie de Wit, Rocky Mountain Laboratories, NIAID, NIH
  • ACE2 as a Rationale Therapy for COVID-19, Josef Penninger, University of British Columbia
  • Immune Responses in Human CoV Infections: What Have We Learned from Common Cold, SARS and MERS CoV Infections?, Stanley Perlman, University of Iowa
  • Novel Mechanism of SARS-CoV-2 Entry, Wendy Maury, University of Iowa
  • A Murine Coronavirus Model to Evaluate Pathogenesis and Viral Coinfection in the Respiratory Tract, Tanya Miura, University of Idaho
  • Control of Adaptive Immunity by Lymph Node Stromal Cells, Reina Mebius, Amsterdam University Medical Center
  • Innate Control of Adaptive Immunity During Adulthood and Infancy, Beatriz Leon Ruiz, University of Alabama, Birmingham
  • Maternal IgG Antibodies Promote Host-Microbiota Mutualism in Neonates, Meghan Koch, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
  • Colonic Macrophages Dynamically Orchestrate Intestinal Immunity Against Bacterial Pathogens, Xiaoyu Hu, Tsinghua University
  • Molecular Mechanisms of Chlamydia Subversion of Host Cellular Functions, Raphael Valdivia, Duke University (live only)
  • Defining the Roles of Host Lipids in Flavivirus InfectionFikadu Tafesse, Oregon Health and Science University
  • Mechanisms of Varicella Zoster Virus Dissemination and Pathogenesis, Ilhem Messaoudi, University of California, Irvine
  • How the Ebola Virus VP35 Protein Modulates Innate and Adaptive Immunity to Promote Virulence, Christopher Basler, Georgia State University
  • Gene X Environment Interactions Govern Gut Microbiome Effects on Autoimmune Diabetes, Jayne Danska, Hospital for Sick Kids (LIVE ONLY)
  • Chemokine Receptor CCR6 Signaling in Gut Inflammation and Autoimmunity, Girdhari Lal, National Centre for Cell Science, India
  • Persistent Triggers of Autoimmunity within the Microbiome, Martin Kriegel, Yale University
  • Helminths, Macrophages and the Control of Inflammation, Derek McKay, University of Calgary
  • IL-4 Activated Macrophages During Helminth Infections, P’ng Loke, NIH, NIAID
  • Neutrophils Cast NET Against the Parasite Entamoeba histolytica, Carlos Rosales, Univ Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
  • Metabolic Checkpoints in the Tumor Environment, Kathrin Renner, Universitat Regensburg
  • Using Bugs as Anticancer Drugs: Effects of Attenuated Salmonella on Tumor Environment and Anti-tumor Immunity, Kendle Maslowski, University of Birmingham
  • COVID-19: Can We Identify New Antivirals?, Sara Cherry, University of Pennsylvania