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Archive 2007

January 18, 2007:  Craig Slingluff, MD.  Immunology & Human Immune Therapy.  Victor Engelhard, PhD.  Immunity to Melanoma Antigens:
From Self-Tolerance to Immunotherapy

February 8, 2007:  Martin A. Schwartz, PhD.  Integrin signaling and cancer.

March 8, 2007:  John T. Parsons, PhD.  Cell migration signaling-taking molecular pathways to new therapies.  Theresa A. Guise, MD. Cancer metastasis to bone.

April 5, 2007:  Kevin R. Lynch, PhD & Mark Okusa, MD.  Sphingosine 1 phosphate chemical biology and renal disease.

May 22, 2007:  Klaus Ley, M.D. Translational Research in Cardiovascular Medicine.

September 25, 2007:  Judith A. Woodfolk, MBChB, PhD & Thomas A. Platts-Mills, MD, PhD.  From Anaphylaxis to Atopic Dermatitis: The Evidence for a Causal Role of IgE Antibodies and the Relevance of "Control" by T Cells.

October 23, 2007:  John A. Stankovic, PhD (Dept. of Computer Science) & Joseph A.C. Humphrey, Ph.D., D. Sc. (Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering).  Technology in Medicine.

November 15, 2007:  Rebecca A. Dillingham, MD, Richard L. Guerrant, MD, Eric R. Houpt, MD, and William A. Petri, Jr., MD, PhD.  Is malnutrition is an infectious disease?

December 4, 2007:  Cato T. Laurencin, MD, PhD.  Musculoskeletal regeneration: the regenerative engineering approach.

February 26, 2008:  Michael D. Dake, MD, lead speaker.  Imaging in the Era of Translational Medicine: Festina Lente, but Quo Vadis?