Gordon Research Seminar on Cilia, Mucus, and Mucociliary Interactions
will provide a unique and engaging forum for graduate students,
researchers, and trainees from around the world to present their novel
research, learn from the work of others, and to establish new
relationships and collaborations.
cilia and their interactions fulfill important vital functions, such as
critical airway defense in the respiratory
tract. Additionally, mucus, cilia, and/or their interactions also play
necessary roles in diverse organ systems including the gastrointestinal
tract, the reproductive tract, and the brain.
first-time GRS seeks to bring together aspiring scientists engaging in
research related to cilia, mucus, and their interactions throughout the