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Weekly MSTP Calendar of Biomedical Research Seminars

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Current week's schedule

8/29/2014 3:44 PM

Monday, September 1, 2014

 

                                        University Holiday 

 

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

 

09/02      03:00 PM       MICROBIOLOGY SEMINAR: 

'Target cell restriction in AIDS pathogenesis & eradication' by Guido Silvestri, MD, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Emory U

Watzke 3 BSB

(Co-sponsored with Helen C. Levitt Center for Viral Pathogenesis & Disease

 

09/02      04:00 PM       MNPC SEMINAR: 

'Second Year Literature Review' by Justine Winstead, MNPC Grad Student

S538 PHAR

 

09/02      04:00 PM       NEUROSCIENCE SEMINAR: 

'IRF6:  a potential genetic link to abnormal brain morphology in orofacial clefting' by Ian DeVolder (Nopoulos Lab)

 -&- 'Altered striatal resting state functional connectivity in children at risk for Huntington's Disease:  a preliminary report' by Jessica Lee (Nopoulos Lab)

2189 MERF

 

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

 

09/03      12:00 PM       MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY & BIOPHYSICS WORKSHOP: 

'Targeted Genomic Enrichment & Hearing Loss:  Avenue to Diagnosis & Discovery' by Christina Sloan, MSTP Student (Smith Lab)

5-669 BSB

 

09/03      12:00 PM       DIABETES & OBESITY SEMINAR: 

'Cardiovascular Autonomic Neuropathy & Cardiovascular Outcomes in Diabetes' by Rodica Pop-Busui, MD, PhD, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, U Michigan

2117 MERF

(Sponsored by:  FOEDRC & UI Obesity Research & Education Initiative)

                                                                                                                                                            

09/03      12:30 PM       MCB  SCIENTISTS' SURVIVAL SKILLS SERIES: 

'Graduate School 101 - for first year students only' by Presented by a Student Panel

1-107 BSB

 

09/03      01:00 PM       ANATOMY & CELL BIOLOGY SEMINAR: 

'Cancer-derived miR-105 promotes metastasis by downregulating tight junctions' by Emily Shizhen Wang, PhD, Cancer Biology, Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope

MacEwen 1-561 BSB

 

09/03      03:00 PM       DISTINGUISHED MENTOR AWARD CELEBRATION 

'Honoring Dr. Peter Densen' by Dr. Bonnie Bassler, HHMI, Molecular Biology, Princeton University

Sahai 1110 MERF

 

09/03      04:00 PM       IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR: 

'Cancer Immunometabolism: IDO Pathway & its Therapeutic Correction' by George Prendergast, PhD, Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, Wynnewood, PA

283 EMRB

(Sponsored by:  HCCC)

 

Thursday, September 4, 2014

 

09/04      11:30 AM       FREE RADICAL & RADIATION BIOLOGY PROGRAM SEMINAR: 

'Understanding the role of redox perturbations & therapy resistance in multiple myeloma' by Kelley Salem, PhD Candidate (Goel Lab)

Spivey 2 BSB

 

09/04      12:00 PM       PATHOLOGY GRAND ROUNDS: 

'Myeloid Differentiation in Homeostasis & Tumor Microenvironment' by Malay Haldar, MD, PhD, Pathology & Immunology, Washington U School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO

HP Smith W256 GH

 

09/04      12:00 PM       INTERNAL MEDICINE GRAND ROUNDS: 

Med Alumni E331 GH

 

09/04      12:30 PM       PHARMACOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT WORKSHOP: 

'Targeting Geranylgeranylation in Prostate Cancer' by Jacqueline Reilly (Fisher & Hohl Labs)

(Co-sponsored by Molecular & Cellular Biology)

Spivey 2 BSB

 

09/04      04:00 PM       MOLECULAR & CELLULAR BIOLOGY SEMINAR: 

'The roles of NLRP10 in inflammation & parasite control in cutaneous leishmaniasis' by Gwendolyn Clay, MSTP (Wilson Lab)

 -&- 'Novel nuclear localization & function of the actin bundling protein Fascin' by Christopher Groen (Tootle Lab)

Kelch 1289 CBRB

 

Friday, September 5, 2014

 

09/05      10:30 AM       HUMAN TOXICOLOGY & EHSRC RESEARCH CONFERENCE: 

'TBA' by Ananya Sen Gupta, PhD, Electrical & Computer Engineering

1117 MERF

 

09/05      03:30 PM       CHEMISTRY COLLOQUIUM: 

'Hydrogen Bonding: A Powerful 'Weak-Interaction' for Asymmetric Catalysis' by Viresh Rawal, PhD, Chemistry, U of Chicago

W128 CB

 

09/05      04:00 PM       BIOLOGY SEMINAR: 

'Controlling homologous recombination: from single molecules to mechanism-based therapeutics' by Maria Spies, PhD, Biochemistry

Kollros 101 BBE

 


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