Sallie joins Immune to discuss her career, emphasizing the importance of a good mentor and the ability to pivot, and her research, which has focused on mother to child transmission of infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS, CMV, and more recently, COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2.
Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Stephanie Langel, Cynthia Leifer, and Brianne Barker
Guest: Sallie Permar
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- Immune correlates of protection against CMV (J Inf Dis) 32:36, 36:35
- Placental IgG transfer in HIV-1-infected women (Cell) 34:53
- Immunization leads to HIV-1 antibody in breast milk (J Virology) 31:38
- Lessons from COVID-19 in children (Clin Inf Dis) 46:51
- Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks!
Music by Steve Neal.
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not sure if this is the right place to leave an immunologically ignorant question, but concerning the mRNA vaccines:
what is the possibility that covid-19 spike proteins would present with MHC as self- proteins?
Incredible show… my favorite part was when Dr. Permar left and everyone talked about their impressions. An inordinate amount of time spent of Sallie’s career path that was fascinating and became a show highlight.
If antigens can affect recovery (still just learning here… I had that misconception) can we treat with monoclonal antibodies in recovery phases?
Just excellent work here. Thanks.