Bring your lunch and learn more about available data resources at University of Michigan in the latest installment of the Data Office Lunch & Learn series! Presenters: Victoria Blanc, Ph.D.: Central Biorepository The OTIS Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail)! RSVP: https://umich.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0ULEQk4kN3GxPPT
The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes 5th year Immunology doctoral student Blake Heath from Dr. Yu Leo Lei’s lab who will present his research in progress, “Investigating the Mechanisms Regulating STING-mediated Type I Interferon Production and Signaling in HNSCC”.
The next Cancer Biology Research Seminar will be Wed., Oct. 16 at 4 PM in 2903 THSL. The presenter will be Donald Little, Cancer Biology graduate student from Dr. Gary Hammer’s lab, who will present his research in progress, “The Role of WNT2B in Adrenocortical Homeostasis: Potential Implications for Adrenal Cancer”. If curious about upcoming seminars, please click here.
Traditional drug discovery typically involves screening hundreds of thousands of compounds to find an active substance for development. The process of bringing a novel drug to market has a very high failure rate, a timeline of 11-18 years, and costs of approximately $1-3 billion dollars. One important alternative is the discovery of new uses for existing compounds that have cleared key steps in the drug development process. The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) invites all interested scientists, faculty, and staff to learn about U-M’s new Center for Drug Repurposing (CDR) at a Town Hall on November 8, from…
When your medicines are no longer needed, they should be disposed of promptly. Consumers and caregivers should remove expired, unwanted, or unused medications from their home to help reduce the chance that others accidentally take or intentionally misuse the unused medicine. Proper disposal also helps to keep medications out of our water supply. Clean out your medicine cabinet and bring your old medications to this free event! List of Washtenaw County events Facebook Event Page
When your medicines are no longer needed, they should be disposed of promptly. Consumers and caregivers should remove expired, unwanted, or unused medications from their home to help reduce the chance that others accidentally take or intentionally misuse the unused medicine. Proper disposal also helps to keep medications out of our water supply. Clean out your medicine cabinet and bring your old medications to this free event!
The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes Jason Ellis, PhD, Research Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine - Division of Allergy & Clinical Immunology, who will present“Post transcriptional control of CD4+ T cell differentiation and function by the RNA binding protein HuR" on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in 5330 Medical Science I Bldg.
Meaningful Development: Your Individual Development Plan and Action Planning During this session, you will take a deeper dive into your individual development plan and begin to outline concrete and specific action plans that will move you closer toward success. You will have an opportunity to learn about a variety of resources available to you, as well as leverage one of your most underutilized resources – networking with others. Successful completion of this session will leave you with an actionable development guide, increased awareness of available developmental resources and increased connections with others within the organization. Register for Meaningful Development: Your…
The Center for Organogenesis seminar series is pleased to present Gage Crump, Ph.D., Full Professor, Broad CIRM Center, Director, T32 Training Program in Developmental and Stem Cell Biology (NICHD) University of Southern California. His talk is entitled "Modular Specification and Regeneration of Jaw Ligaments."