Bortree Seminar Speaker: Dr. Cynthia L. Baldwin

Posted: January 10, 2012

On January 18, 2012 Bortree Seminar Speaker starts up for the spring semester and the first speaker is Dr. Cynthia Baldwin from the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Baldwin's seminar title is "Bovine gamma delta T cell responses to important bacterial pathogens: role of the unique WC1 pattern recognition receptors" Her host is Dr. Joy Pate,Professor of Reproductive Physiology in the Department of Dairy and Animal Sciences. This Bortree Seminar is being held in 301D Life Science Building at 11:00 am on Wednesday, January 18, 2012.
Dr. Cynthia L. Baldwin

Dr. Cynthia L. Baldwin

Dr. Cynthia L. Baldwin is a distinguished professor at the University of Massachusetts. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Biology at Hartwick College. Later she completed her Ph.D. in Immunology at Cornell University and a postdoctoral fellowship in Cellular Immunology at the International Laboratory for Research on Animal  Diseases(ILRAD) in Nairobi, Kenya. After completing her postdoctoral work, she continued towork as a scientist with ILRAD. In 1989, Dr. Baldwin began her career in academia atThe Ohio State University. In 1993, she took a position at the University of Massachusetts where she continues to teach and do research today.