Tuesday January 28.

Taste Of Science: FLU Season
7:30pm - 9:30pm
https://tasteofscience.org/new-york-events/fluseason Flu Season Tuesday, January 28, 2020 7:30 PM  9:30 PM Ryan's Daughter350 East 85th StreetNew York, NY, 10028United States (map) Achoo! If you’re not feeling too under the weather, come join us at Ryan’s Daughter for an evening all about influenza. Learn about how researchers trace flu pandemics back to their animal sources, and about efforts to generate a universal flu vaccine. Play our trivia game and win special flu-related prizes!Doors open 7pm, Event begins 7:30pmRSVP for FREE below! This event is 21+ Dr. Nacho Mena “Finding the swine cousin of the virus that started the 2009 influenza pandemic”Dr. Nacho Mena obtained his PhD. in Molecular Biology in 1996 at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Spain) with studies about the influenza virus. After that he has worked at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla (California), at the Institut Pasteur in Paris (France) and at the Center for Research in Animal Health (CISA-INIA) in Madrid (Spain). In 2011 he moved to New York and joined the prestigious group of Dr. Adolfo Garcia-Sastre where he holds the position of Research Assistant Professor.Through his 25+ years of research experience Dr. Mena has studied several viral pathogens of great importance for human and animal health, such as Influenza Virus, Coxsackievirus, Noroviruses, Classical Swine Fever Virus and Newcastle Disease Virus, among others. His current work at Mount Sinai includes the study of influenza virus diversity in animals and humans, and the genetic manipulation of influenza and Newcastle Disease Viruses for vaccine development, basic virology research and oncolytic therapy. Dr. Florian Krammer ”Influenza viruses and vaccines”Florian Krammer, PhD, graduated from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria. He received his postdoctoral training in the laboratory of Peter Palese at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York working on hemagglutinin stalk-based immunity and universal influenza virus vaccines. In 2013 he became an independent principal investigator and is currently Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Krammer's work focuses on understanding the mechanisms of interactions between antibodies and viral surface glycoproteins and on translating this work into novel, broadly protective vaccines and therapeutics. The main target is influenza virus but he is also working on Zika virus, hantaviruses, filoviruses and arenaviruses.
Tuesday January 28 7:30pm Tuesday January 28 9:30pm America/New_York Taste Of Science: FLU Season https://tasteofscience.org/new-york-events/fluseason Flu Season Tuesday, January 28, 2020 7:30 PM  9:30 PM Ryan's Daughter350 East 85th StreetNew York, NY, 10028United States (map) Achoo! If you’re not feeling too under the weather, come join us at Ryan’s Daughter for an evening all about influenza. Learn about how researchers trace flu pandemics back to their animal sources, and about efforts to generate a universal flu vaccine. Play our trivia game and win special flu-related prizes!Doors open 7pm, Event begins 7:30pmRSVP for FREE below! This event is 21+ Dr. Nacho Mena “Finding the swine cousin of the virus that started the 2009 influenza pandemic”Dr. Nacho Mena obtained his PhD. in Molecular Biology in 1996 at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Spain) with studies about the influenza virus. After that he has worked at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla (California), at the Institut Pasteur in Paris (France) and at the Center for Research in Animal Health (CISA-INIA) in Madrid (Spain). In 2011 he moved to New York and joined the prestigious group of Dr. Adolfo Garcia-Sastre where he holds the position of Research Assistant Professor.Through his 25+ years of research experience Dr. Mena has studied several viral pathogens of great importance for human and animal health, such as Influenza Virus, Coxsackievirus, Noroviruses, Classical Swine Fever Virus and Newcastle Disease Virus, among others. His current work at Mount Sinai includes the study of influenza virus diversity in animals and humans, and the genetic manipulation of influenza and Newcastle Disease Viruses for vaccine development, basic virology research and oncolytic therapy. Dr. Florian Krammer ”Influenza viruses and vaccines”Florian Krammer, PhD, graduated from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria. He received his postdoctoral training in the laboratory of Peter Palese at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York working on hemagglutinin stalk-based immunity and universal influenza virus vaccines. In 2013 he became an independent principal investigator and is currently Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Krammer's work focuses on understanding the mechanisms of interactions between antibodies and viral surface glycoproteins and on translating this work into novel, broadly protective vaccines and therapeutics. The main target is influenza virus but he is also working on Zika virus, hantaviruses, filoviruses and arenaviruses. Ryan’s Daughter Ryan’s Daughter info@ryansdaughter.nyc

Friday February 28.

"City Boy: Stoops to Nuts"
7:00pm - 11:00pm
"City Boy: Stoops to Nuts" Thomas Pryor's stories & songs about Yorkville's rich character and neighborhood history. Fri Feb 28, 2020 @ 7pm to 10pm Ryan's Daughter 350 E. 85th Street  Admission $10 Thomas Pryor Bio My family landed on York Avenue in 1896 at 1403 right off 75th Street.   My show takes you through one hundred and twenty-four years of our neighborhood character and history through the voices of my family, friends and neighbors that called Yorkville home.  Thomas Pryor's work has appeared in The New York Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and other periodicals. His memoir, “I Hate the Dallas Cowboys - tales of a scrappy New York boyhood,” was published in 2014 (YBK). It has 133 five star Amazon reviews. Pryor’s blog: "Yorkville: Stoops to Nuts," was chosen by The NY Times for their Blog Roll in 2008. Thomas appeared on PBS's "Baseball: A NY Love Story," NBC’s "New York Nonstop,” “This American Life,” & “Impractical Jokers.” His newspaper column ran in Our Town & The West Side Spirit. For five years, Thomas curated “City Stories: Stoops to Nuts,” at Cornelia Street Cafe that Time Out, The NY Daily News and CBS News praised. His photography portfolio, "River to River - New York Scenes From a Bicycle," was published in 2012 (YBK).  Pryor's passion is preserving the history of Yorkville through storytelling, writing and photography. His play about the neighborhood, “City Boy,” is coming back.
Friday February 28 7:00pm Friday February 28 11:00pm America/New_York "City Boy: Stoops to Nuts" "City Boy: Stoops to Nuts" Thomas Pryor's stories & songs about Yorkville's rich character and neighborhood history. Fri Feb 28, 2020 @ 7pm to 10pm Ryan's Daughter 350 E. 85th Street  Admission $10 Thomas Pryor Bio My family landed on York Avenue in 1896 at 1403 right off 75th Street.   My show takes you through one hundred and twenty-four years of our neighborhood character and history through the voices of my family, friends and neighbors that called Yorkville home.  Thomas Pryor's work has appeared in The New York Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and other periodicals. His memoir, “I Hate the Dallas Cowboys - tales of a scrappy New York boyhood,” was published in 2014 (YBK). It has 133 five star Amazon reviews. Pryor’s blog: "Yorkville: Stoops to Nuts," was chosen by The NY Times for their Blog Roll in 2008. Thomas appeared on PBS's "Baseball: A NY Love Story," NBC’s "New York Nonstop,” “This American Life,” & “Impractical Jokers.” His newspaper column ran in Our Town & The West Side Spirit. For five years, Thomas curated “City Stories: Stoops to Nuts,” at Cornelia Street Cafe that Time Out, The NY Daily News and CBS News praised. His photography portfolio, "River to River - New York Scenes From a Bicycle," was published in 2012 (YBK).  Pryor's passion is preserving the history of Yorkville through storytelling, writing and photography. His play about the neighborhood, “City Boy,” is coming back. Ryan’s Daughter Ryan’s Daughter info@ryansdaughter.nyc

Thursday November 26.

Thanksgiving
11:00am - 4:00am
Bring your friends and family by on Thanksgiving Day for a celebratory feast!
Thursday November 26 11:00am Thursday November 26 4:00am America/New_York Thanksgiving Bring your friends and family by on Thanksgiving Day for a celebratory feast! Ryan’s Daughter Ryan’s Daughter info@ryansdaughter.nyc