Sharpen your expertise
It can be hard to find the time to update your skills and your knowledge when you’re juggling work, family and social responsibilities. We help make it easier, by providing relevant, convenient seminars that are designed to help you make the most of your time. Anyone is welcome to attend the seminars, and no registration is necessary.
2018-19 GRADUATE SEMINAR SCHEDULE
SEPT 6: 11:30a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. J. Andres Melendez
“Redox-control of Cell Senescence through Ca2+ and Selenocysteine Modulation”
SEPT 20: 11:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Matthew Stoyek
“The Intracardiac Nervous System: Formation, Function, and Dysfunction”
Physiology & Biophysics
OCT 4: 11:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Richard Brown
“What Have We Learned about Aging and Dementia from Mouse Models?”
OCT 18: 11:30a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Alvin Shrier
“Molecular and Cellular Dynamics of Cardiac Arrhythmias”
NOV 1: 11:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Balwantray Chauhan
“Imaging Retinal Ganglion Cells: From the Neuroretinal Rim to Dendrites”
NOV 29: 11:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Rosa Puertollano
“New Roles of TFEB and TFE3 in Cellular Response to Stress”
DEC 13: 11:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Valerie Chappe
“Cystic Fibrosis Research in the era of personalized medicine"
Winter/Summer 2019 GRADUATE SEMINAR SCHEDULE
JAN 17: 10:00a.m., Room 3H1
"The genetic and molecular consequences of targeting PGC-1alpha in metabolic disease"
FEB 28: 10:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Oliver Braubach
"What lies in between olfactory bulb inputs and outputs?"
MAR 28: 10:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Christian Lehmann
Title: "Endocannabinoid system research using intravital microscopy"
APR 11: 10:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Sarah Gray
Title: "Endocrine regulation of energy metabolism: implications for obesity and metabolic disease"
APR 25: 10:00a.m., Room 3H1
Dr. Nadine Hempel
Title: “The Hijacking of Antioxidant Defenses by Ovarian Cancer Cells”
MAY 9: 10:00a.m., Room 3H1
Title: “Fair-weather Friends: Astrocyte:neuron interactions in inner retinal injury”
MAY 27: 11:00a.m., Room 3H1
Issekutz Lecture: Dame Fran Ashcroft
June 6: Room 3H1
Research Day: Dr. John C. “Charles” Nicholson
Title: “Biophysical adventures in brain extracellular space"