Chicago, Illinois
18-21 November 2016

AIC2016 Program

Our 45th Annual Meeting AIC2016 will be held 18-21 Nov 2016 at the Chicago Marriott Downtown and will be chaired by Dr Steve Varga, University of Iowa.


Program for AIC2016


Friday, 18 Nov 2016
Meet the speakers roundtable for trainees
5:00 - 7:00 PM
preregistration required

Keynote address 7:30 - 8:30 PM
7th floor, Salon III

David Oshinsky
New York University Polio: A look back at America's mose successful public health crusade
Keynote reception − wine & cheese
8:30 − 9:30 PM
7th floor, Foyer


Saturday, 19 Nov 2016

Symposium I − Host response during chronic infections
8:30 AM - Noon

Dorian McGavern, convenor

Dorian McGavern
National Institutes of Health to be announced
Lunchtime activities I
Afternoon program I
Workshop block I abstracts 1 − xxx 6th floor breakout rooms 2:00 − 4:15 PM
Poster presentations I posters 1 − yyy 7th floor, Salons I/II 4:15 − 6:15 PM
Undergraduate poster presentations posters xxx − yyy 7th floor, Salons I/II 4:15 − 6:15 PM
Reception concurrent with poster presentations 7th floor, Salons I/II 4:15 − 6:15 PM
Sunday, 20 Nov 2016

Symposium II − New vaccine approaches: Targeting old enemies
8:30 AM - Noon

To be announced, convenor

to be announced
institution to be announced
Lunchtime activities II
Afternoon program II
Workshop block II abstracts yyy − zzz 6th floor breakout rooms 2:00 − 4:15 PM
Poster presentations II posters yyy − zzz 7th floor, Salons I/II 4:15 − 6:15 PM
Reception concurrent with poster presentations 7th floor, Salons I/II 4:15 − 6:15 PM
Monday, 21 Nov 2016

Symposium III − Immune responses in the lung
8:30 AM - Noon

Steven Varga, convenor

Clare Lloyd
Imperial College, London Living on the edge - Regulation of pulmonary immunity by epithelial cells
Thomas Braciale
University of Virginia Innate immune control of respiratory virus infection
Nickolas Lukacs
University of Michigan Alteration of respiratory immune responses by RSV infection
Steve Varga
University of Iowa Failed memory to respiratory syncytial virus