Catherine A. Blish, MD, PhD, FIDSA, Professor of Medicine- Infectious Diseases, Stanford; Associate Dean for Basic and Translational Research, and Associate Director for the Medical Scientist Training Program, Stanford.
Event Date: 6/6/2023 [Please note: This seminar has been postponed. The date indicated is for demonstration purposes only.]
Location: VA Building 101-1E80-90
Seminar Title: Forthcoming
Bio: Dr. Blish is a translational immunologist and professor at Stanford University. Her lab works on clinical immunology and focuses primarily on the role of the innate immune system in fighting infectious diseases like HIV, dengue fever, and influenza. Her immune cell biology work characterizes the biology and action of Natural Killer (NK) cells and macrophages.
For her previous and ongoing work fighting HIV/AIDS, Blish was awarded the 2018 Avant-Garde Award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.