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Kirby Institute Seminar Series presents
HIV uses many tricks to hijack the cellular actin cytoskeleton. Thereby, it manipulates our immune cells’ shape and movement in ways that promote viral spread. Join us for a highly visual presentation about a PhD journey, which combines high-resolution imaging and functional infection assays to dissect this unique biological interaction.