The University of Iowa

Medical Scientist Training Program

Carver College of Medicine

MSTP Calendar of Biomedical Research Seminars

 

Schedule.pdf

4/27 @ 3:20 PM

Current week's schedule


Monday, April 27, 2015

4/27/2015 FRONTIERS IN PEDIATRIC RESEARCH :
12:00:00 PM "Human Brain Evolution & Disease: A Faustian Bargain”
    by Peg Nopoulos, MD, Psychiatry, Pediatrics & Neurology
East Room (8th Fl)

4/27/2015 MEDIQS EVENT :
12:30:00 PM "How to Thrive on the Wards”
    by Denise Martinez, MD, Faimly Medicine, & Office of Cultural Affairs & Diversity Initiatives
2189 MERF

4/27/2015 DIABETES & OBESITY SEMINAR :
1:00:00 PM "Bypassing Diabetes by Reprogramming Intestinal Metabolism”
    by Nicholas Stylopoulos, MD, Pediatrics, Children's Hospital Boston, Harvard U
(Sponsored by: FOEDRC/OREI)
Kelch 1289 CBRB

4/27/2015 THE GENETICS OF NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS SEMINAR SERIES :
4:00:00 PM "Chromosome Therapy: Rescue of Ring Chromosomes by Cellular Reprogramming”
    by Tony Wynshaw-Boris, MD, PhD, Case Western Reserve U School of Medicine
2117 MERF

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

4/28/2015 MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY & BIOPHYSICS SEMINAR :
9:30:00 AM "Drugs that Forestall Aging Extending Healthspan”
    by Brian Kennedy, PhD, President & CEO, Buck Institute for Research on Aging
(Co-sponsored by the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center)
5-669 BSB

4/28/2015 PHARMACOLOGY POSTDOC WORKSHOP :
10:30:00 AM "Role of Cullin 3 in Human Hypertension: From CRISPR-CAS Genome Editing to Transgenic Mice”
    by Njotu (Larry) Agbor, PhD, Pharmacology
1117 MERF

4/28/2015 NEUROLOGY GRAND ROUNDS :
12:00:00 PM "Deep Brain Stimulation & the Management of Neurophyschiatric Symptoms in Parkinson's Disease: Present & Future”
    by Todd Herrington, PhD, MD, Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Damasio (7th Fl, Elev C)

4/28/2015 MICROBIOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES :
3:00:00 PM "Looking at Type IV pili at the cellular & atomic level”
    by Steve Melville, PhD, Biological Sciences, Virginia Tech
Watzke Aud 3 BSB

4/28/2015 MNPC SEMINAR SERIES PRESENTS :
4:00:00 PM Dr. Jonathan Fromm, Laboratory Medicine/Hematopathology, U of Washington
S538 PHAR

4/28/2015 NEUROSCIENCE FIRST YEAR ROTATIONS :
4:00:00 PM "Does gender role behavior predict performance on fine & gross motor tasks?”
    by Jada Bittle
"The Effect of Unilateral Amygdala Inactivation on Delay Eye-blink Conditioning”
    by Lara Cemo
"SHP2 Association With UnphosphorylatedTAU”
    by Kyle Dayton
"How reward modulates attention in adolescents”
    by James Kent
101 BBE

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

4/29/2015 GENETICS PHD THESIS SEMINAR :
8:00:00 AM "Elucidating the mechanism of prickle-associated epilepsy in flies”
    by Salleh Ehaideb (Marak Lab)
Kollros Aud 101 BBE

4/29/2015 MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY & BIOPHYSICS WORKSHOP :
12:00:00 PM "Whole Transcriptome Analysis of Cystic Fibrosis Airway Smooth Muscle”
    by Daniel Cook, MSTP Student (Stoltz Lab)
"Blocking Airway Surface Liquid Acidification Improves Host Defense in Cystic Fibrosis”
    by Viral Shah, MSTP Student (Welsh Lab)
5-669 BSB

4/29/2015 ANATOMY & CELL BIOLOGY SEMINAR :
1:00:00 PM "Creation of a novel gene delivery system for high throughput candidate oncogene validation”
    by Charlotte Feddersen, MSTP Student (Dupuy Lab)
"C3 Glomerulopathy Insights into Pathogenesis Offered by Genetic Studies of the C3 Convertase”
    by ertha Martin (Smith Lab)
MacEwen 1-561 BSB

4/29/2015 IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR :
4:00:00 PM "Vitamin E Isoforms Regulate Distinct Dendritic Cell Subsets & Development of Allergic Inflammation”
    by Joan Cook-Mills, PhD, Medicine - Allergy/Immunology, Northwestern U
(Sponsored by the Div of Rheumatology, Kroc Foundation)
283 EMRB

Thursday, April 30, 2015

4/30/2015 MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY & BIOPHYSICS PHD SEMINAR :
9:30:00 AM "Quantitative Proteomics of Androgen Receptor-Mediated Signaling Networks in Prostate Tumor Cells”
    by Jordy Hsiao (Wright Lab)
5-669 BSB

4/30/2015 BIOLOGY SEMINAR :
10:30:00 AM "Structured viral RNAs that co-opt, alter, or manipulate the host cell's machinery: More surprises”
    by Dr. Jeffrey Kieft, HHMI, Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics, U Colorado Medical School
2117 MERF

4/30/2015 EPIDEMIOLOGY SEMINAR :
11:30:00 AM "GWA Analysis of Longitudinal Bone Mineral Content data from the Iowa Bone Development Study: The Modeling Process”
    by Camden Bay, MS, Epidemiology, COPH
Ellig N120 CPHB

4/30/2015 PATHOLOGY GRAND ROUNDS :
12:00:00 PM "Salivary Gland Basal Cell Adenoma vs Adenocarcinoma: A Comparison of Histologic, Immunohistochemical and Molecular Features”
    by Thomas Wilson, MD, Pathology
HP Smith (W256 GH)

4/30/2015 INTERNAL MEDICINE GRAND ROUNDS :
12:00:00 PM "Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy”
    by Matthew Rizzo, MD, Neurosciences, U of Nebraska Medical Center; Stephanie Stauffer, MD, Pathology; Meredith Schaffner, MD, Internal Medicine
Med Alumni Aud (E331 GH)

4/30/2015 PHARMACOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT WORKSHOP :
12:30:00 PM "The Role of Mediator Complex Kinase Submodule in Cardiovascular Disease”
    by Rachel Minerath (Grueter Lab)
Spivey Aud 2 BSB

4/30/2015 IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH SEMINAR :
2:00:00 PM "RIPped to Death: Necrosis, Apoptosis, Development, & Disease”
    by Christopher Dillon, PhD, Immunology, St. Jude Children's Hospital
Bean Conf Rm (SE301 GH)

4/30/2015 MOLECULAR & CELLULAR BIOLOGY SEMINAR :
4:00:00 PM "Epigenetic Responses to Low Dose Ionizing Radiation”
    by Randy Jirtle, PhD, Epidgenetics, North Carolina State U
(Co-sponsored with the Free Radical Radiation Program)
Kelch 1289 CBRB

Friday, May 1, 2015

5/1/2015 INFECTIOUS DISEASE RESEARCH CONFERENCE :
9:00:00 AM "Structural Heterogeneity of Francisella Lipopolysaccharide and O-antigen Capsule”
    by Jason Barker, MD, Internal Medicine - Infectious Diseases
Bean (SE301 GH)

5/1/2015 HUMAN TOXICOLOGY / EHSRC RESEARCH SEMINAR :
10:30:00 AM "Running interference: Impact of PCBs & exercise on the gut brain axis”
    by Michal Toborek, MD, PhD, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, U of Miami
2117 MERF

5/1/2015 PEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS :
12:00:00 PM "Cyberbullying, Facebook Profiles, Kim Kardashian, and Lady Gaga Goes Gaga: How Children and Teenagers Are Affected by Old and New Media”
    by Victor Stasburger, MD, Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, U of New Mexico
East Room 8th Fl

5/1/2015 PULMONARY RESEARCH CONFERENCE :
12:00:00 PM "NLRP12 mediates neutrophil recruitment during pulmonary bacterial infections”
    by Fayyaz Sutterwala, MD, PhD, Internal Medicine - Infectious Diseases
1459 PBDB

5/1/2015 CHEMISTRY COLLOQUIUM :
3:30:00 PM "From In Silico Hit to Potent Anti-HIV Compounds”
    by Karen Anderson, PhD, Pharmacology, Yale School of Medicine
W128 CB

5/1/2015 BIOLOGY SEMINAR :
4:00:00 PM "Mechanoelectrical & Electromechanical Transduction of Cochlear Outer Hair Cells”
    by David He, PhD, Biomedical Sciences, Bellucci Hearing Research Ctr, Creighton U
Kollros 101 BBE