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Medical Scientist Training Program

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MSTP Calendar of Biomedical Research Seminars

 

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Last updated: Friday 9/26/14

Current week's schedule


9/29/2014 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 :

9/29/2014 MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY & BIOPHYSICS SEMINAR :
9:30:00 AM “Human Genomics, Evolution and Birth Timing”
    by Louis (Lou) Muglia, MD, PhD, Center for Prevention of Preterm Birth, Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
(Co-sponsored by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Women’s Reproductive Health Research Program)
5-669 BSB

9/29/2014 DIABETES & OBESITY SEMINAR :
1:00:00 PM “Molecular Dissection of the VGF-Derived Peptide TLQP-21 Functions in Obesity”
    by Alessandro Bartolomucci , PhD, Integrative Biology & Physiology, U Minnesota
(Co-Sponsor: FOEDRC)
Kelch 1289 CBRB

9/29/2014 BIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR :
4:00:00 PM “The Role of Maternal Syntabulin in Xenopus Primordial Germ Cell Formation”
    by Denise Oh (Houston Lab)
“Translation Under Stress: Uncovering the Regulation of Translational Machinery During Stress in C. elegans”
    by Robert Todd (Prahlad Lab)
Kollros 101 BBE

9/30/2014 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 :

9/30/2014 MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY & BIOPHYSICS SEMINAR :
9:30:00 AM “Molecular mechanisms in steroid-induced IOP elevation”
    by John Danias, MD, PhD, Ophthalmology & Cell Biology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center
(Co-sponsored by The Glaucoma Center)
5-669 BSB

9/30/2014 PHARMACOLOGY POSTDOC WORKSHOP :
10:30:00 AM “Role of Rack1 in Regulating Prostate Cancer Progression”
    by Prakash Paudyal, PhD (Chen Lab)
1117 MERF

9/30/2014 NEUROLOGY GRAND ROUNDS :
12:00:00 PM “Autoimmune Neurology – An Emerging Subspecialty”
    by Vanda Lennon, MD, PhD, Laboratory Medicine & Pathology, Neurology & Immunology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Damasio (7th Fl, Elev C)

9/30/2014 BIOCHEMISTRY WORKSHOP :
12:30:00 PM NO SEMINAR

9/30/2014 MICROBIOLOGY SEMINAR :
3:00:00 PM “Alphaherpesviruses in the spotlight: a neuroinvasive nanomachine in action”
    by Gregory Smith, PhD, Microbiology-Immunology, Northwestern U Feinberg School of Medicine
Watzke 3 BSB

9/30/2014 NEUROSCIENCE SEMINAR :
4:00:00 PM NO SEMINAR

9/30/2014 MNPC SEMINAR SERIES PRESENTS :
4:00:00 PM “Can We Create New Drugs From an Old (Tamoxifen) to Slow Speed?”
    by Dr. Margaret (Peggy) Gnegy, Pharmacology, U of Michigan Medical School
S538 PHAR

10/1/2014 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2014 :

10/1/2014 MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY & BIOPHYSICS WORKSHOP :
12:00:00 PM “How a single gene mutation affects brain neurons in a movement disorder dystonia”
    by Charles Harata, MD, PhD, Molecular Physiology & Biophysics
5-669 BSB

10/1/2014 SCIENTISTS' SURVIVAL SKILLS SERIES :
12:30:00 PM “Careers in Public Health & Infectious Disease”
    by Drew Fayram, MS, State Hygienic Lab & Brad Ford, MD, PhD, Clinical Microbiology Lab
1-107 BSB

10/1/2014 ANATOMY & CELL BIOLOGY DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR :
1:00:00 PM “Drosophila oogenesis - A new system for uncovering the in vivo roles of nuclear actin”
    by Tina Tootle, MD, PhD, Anatomy & Cell Biology
“The role of histone demethylase PHF8 in breast cancer”
    by Hank Qi, PhD, Anatomy & Cell Biology
MacEwen 1-561 BSB

10/1/2014 IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR :
4:00:00 PM “Making better antibodies – Making antibodies better”
    by George Weiner, MD, Internal Medicine - Hematology, Oncology & Blood & Marrow Transplantation
283 EMRB

10/2/2014 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2014 :

10/2/2014 STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY INTEREST GROUP :
9:00:00 AM Presenter: Tyler Weaver, Musselman Lab, Biochemistry
Heath Conf Rm 4-403A BSB

10/2/2014 BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR :
10:30:00 AM “Single-Molecule visualization of protein-DNA complexes: Biochemistry, one molecule at a time”
    by Stephen Kowalczykowski, PhD, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Molecular and Cellular Biology, U California-Davies
2117 MERF

10/2/2014 FREE RADICAL & RADIATION BIOLOGY PROGRAM SEMINAR :
11:30:00 AM “TBA”
    by Amanda Kalen
Spivey 2 BSB

10/2/2014 PATHOLOGY GRAND ROUNDS :
12:00:00 PM “Potential Uses of Bacterial Genome Sequencing in Clinical Microbiology”
    by Alexander McAdam, MD, PhD, Pathology, Laboratory Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Smith W256 GH

10/2/2014 PAUL & DOROTHY SEEBOHM VISITING LECTURESHIP IN ALLERGY SEMINAR :
12:00:00 PM “Anaphylaxis- State of the Art Concepts in Diagnosis and Management”
    by Stacie Jones, MD, Pediatrics, Allergy & Immunology, U of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Med Alumni E331 GH

10/2/2014 SPECIAL ID GRAND ROUNDS :
2:00:00 PM NO SEMINAR

10/2/2014 MOLECULAR & CELLULAR BIOLOGY SEMINAR :
4:00:00 PM “Mechanisms of quality control in secretory and endolysosomal membrane traffic”
    by Alex Merz, PhD, Biochemistry, U of Washington
(Co-sponsored with the Dept. of Anatomy & Cell Biology)
Kelch 1289 CBRB

10/3/2014 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2014 :

10/3/2014 HUMAN TOXICOLOGY & EHSRC RESEARCH CONFERENCE :
10:30:00 AM “Xenobiotic Disruption of the Microbiome and Metabolic Consequences”
    by John Kirby, PhD, Microbiology
1117 MERF

10/3/2014 PEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS :
12:00:00 PM “Moving Through GME’s Perfect Storm”
    by Mark Wilson, MD, MPH, Internal Medicine
East Rm (8th Fl)

10/3/2014 PULMONARY RESEARCH CONFERENCE :
1:00:00 PM “Functional Amyloid Production by Staphylococcus aureus”
    by Blaise Boles, PhD, Microbiology
Smith W256 GH

10/3/2014 CHEMISTRY COLLOQUIUM :
3:30:00 PM “Natural Product Based Discovery of Targeted Therapies in Lung Cancer”
    by Prof. John MacMillan, Biochemistry, U Texas Southwestern Medical Center
W128 CB

10/3/2014 BIOLOGY SEMINAR :
4:00:00 PM “An itch to switch: mechanotransduction and alternative splicing in holometabolan insects”
    by Maurice Kernan, Neurobiology & Behavior, Stony Brook (SUNY)
Kollros 101 BBE