|8:55||Welcome - Howard Young (NCI)|
Chair: Mildred Kwan (Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
|9:00||Alessio Fasano (Harvard University School of Medicine)
"Et tu Celiac? The role of microbes in gluten sensitive enteropathy"
|9:30||Brittany Chao (NIAID)
"The role of the gut microbiome in Factor VIII inhibitor antibody formation: Novel target for inducing immune tolerance in Hemophilia A patients"
|10:00||Tim Hand (NIAID)
"Gastrointestinal infection alters the immune-commensal relationship"
|10:30-10:50||BREAK (Courtesy of the Society for Women's Health Research)|
|10:50||Elizabeth Grice (Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
"Microbiome-host interactions in dysbiotic and inflammatory skin disease"
|11:20||Rachel Caspi (NEI)
"TCR-specific activation of autoreactive T cells by endogenous microflora provokes spontaneous autoimmunity in an immunologically privileged site"
|11:50-1:00 PM||Lunch -- Box Lunch provided by the Society for Women's Health Research|
Chair: Frederick Miller (NIEHS)
|1:00||Jose Scher (New York University School of Medicine)
"The Microbiome in Autoimmune Arthritis: A century later"
|1:30||Amy Proal (Autoimmunity Research Foundation)
"Microbiome-induced proteome dysbiosis in autoimmune disease"
|2:00||Jorge Henao-Mejia (Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
"Inflammasome-mediated dysbiosis in health and disease"
|2:30-2:50||Break (Courtesy of the Society for Women's Health Research)|
|2:50||Joseph Petrosino (Baylor College of Medicine)
"Studies of the human microbiome and virome in type 1 diabetes"
|3:20||Eric Triplett (University of Florida)
"A tale of two studies: how cohort design can mask or reveal strong bacterial associations with type 1 diabetes autoimmunity".