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UW Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds Series
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Ellen Foxman, MD, PhD - "Uncovering Natural Defenses in the Fight Against Respiratory Viruses"
Date of activity: 1/13/2021

Ellen Foxman, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor
Departments of Laboratory Medicine & Immunobiology
Yale School of Medicine

1. Summarize recent advances in virus detection and implications for respiratory viruses
2. Describe innate immune sensing of respiratory viruses
3. Define the antiviral functions of the interferon response

Speaker disclosures: Dr. Ellen Foxman discloses no relevant conflicts of interest.

2020-2021 Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds Planning Committee Disclosures:

The following members have no financial or other relationship with any commercial interest in the past twelve months: Ben Bradley, MD, PhD; Sindhu Cherian, MD; Noah Hoffman, MD, PhD; Nabiha Huq Saifee, MD, PhD; Ryan Morse, MD; Cate Paschal, PhD; Brian Shirts MD, PhD; and Susan Fink, MD PhD.

Planning member disclosures, continued: Sean Murphy, MD, PhD discloses equity in Sound Vaccines Inc., research support from Novartis, and consulting for Giner Inc.; Daniel Sabath, MD, PhD discloses Grant/Research support from RareCyte, Inc.; Hamilton Tsang, MD discloses research funding from Terumo BCTbio.

Grant Acknowledgement: None
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