Gladstone Science Talks
Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Melanie Ott, MD, PhD

Director, Gladstone Institute of Virology

The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has spread rapidly worldwide, and caused more than 1.5 million deaths so far. In this seminar, Melanie Ott will describe her lab’s most recent work elucidating the biology of the virus, and how that might lead to novel therapies for COVID-19.

Melanie Ott’s team focuses on virus-host cell interactions. They work traditionally on three viruses—HIV, hepatitis C (HCV), and Zika—and three biological processes—transcription, metabolism, and immune aging. Most recently, the group has expanded these efforts to include SARS-CoV-2, and has made rapid advancements in both unraveling the biology of how the pandemic virus causes human disease and the development of a novel diagnostic test.

Details

Date
February 10, 2021
Time
1:00-2:00pm PST
Location
Online
Audience
Gladstone
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Gladstone Science Talks allow investigators to share the latest research from their laboratories. These talks are open to the broader Gladstone community.

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