2014 IEIIS Young Award Winners22 September, 2014
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Young Award Winners:

 

THERESA L. GIOANNINI WOMEN IN SCIENCE TRAVEL AWARDS:

Sarah Skovbakke  University of Copenhagen, winner IEIIS Young Investigator Award

Sarah Skovbakke
University of Copenhagen

The Palmitoylated α-Peptide/β-Peptoid Hybrid Pam-(Lys-ßNSpe)6-NH2 is a Novel Host Defense Peptide Mimetic with Potent Anti-inflammatory Activity


Kari Ann Shirey, Winner IEIIS YOung Investigator Award

Kari Ann Shirey
University of Maryland, Baltimore

Targeting TLR4 as an Efficacious Anti-influenza Strategy

 

 

YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARDS:

Yelena Lerman, PhD Graduate student  University of Rochester Medical Center, Winner IEIIS Young Investigator Award

 

Yelena Lerman, PhD Graduate student
University of Rochester Medical Center

Massive Neutrophil Extravasation during Sepsis and
TLR2-Induced Cytokine Production Are Regulated by Integrin α3ß1,

 

Alberto Yanez  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Winner IEIIS Young Investigator Award

Alberto Yanez
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center



Isolation of Oligopotent Granulocyte-Monocyte Progenitors and Lineage-Committed Granulocyte Progenitors and Monocyte Progenitors from Mouse Bone Marrow,



 

 

IEIIS TRAVEL AWARDS:

Michael Chen, Winner IEIIS travel Award

 

Michael Chen
Loyola University of Chicago

The Role of Kupffer Cells in the Response to Intoxication and Burn Injury


Patrick Millet, Winner IEIIS Travel Award

Patrick Millet
Wake Forest University Medical School

GAPDH Participates in Posttranscriptional Repression of TNF-a in Endotoxin Tolerant Monocytes


Rajesh Rajaiah, Winner IEIIS Travel Award

Rajesh Rajaiah
University of Maryland, Baltimore

CD14-Independent Receptor Internalization and Signaling Mediated by TLR4/MD2 Agonistic Antibody


Darren Perkins, Winner IEIIS Travel Award

Darren Perkins
University of Maryland, Baltimore

Salmonella typhimurium Co-opts the Mammalian Type I Interferon System to Restrict Innate inflammatory Responses Selectively and Promote Pathogenesis,