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  • Friday, September 24, 2021
  • 1:30 PM–2:30 PM
  • Science Building 010

Join the students of BIO295 ("Biology Seminar") as we welcome speakers from a variety of locations with a great array of experiences to our campus. Join us as we learn about their unique backgrounds and work within the field of Biology.

"Roles of Intestinal Endothelial Cells in Promoting HIV Infection of T Helper Cells"

Guest Speaker: Jessica Eddy, Rachel Chee, and Esther Park- Students, Calvin University

Friday, Sept. 24th, 2021

1:30p - 2:20p

*Science Building (SB) 010 (tentative location- any changes to location will be posted)

Endothelial cells make up blood and lymphatic vessels and are integral part of the circulatory and lymphatic systems. They are also involved in facilitating immune responses by interacting with T helper cells. But who knew their interactions with T helper cells can actually promote HIV infection of these cells? Come and hear the story. 

Any questions? Please contact Erika Purcell-Williams ( for further assistance.

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Located on bottom floor of Science Building

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