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Mayara Garcia de Mattos Barbosa, PhD (Cascalho Lab) presents Immunology Research Seminar

January 17, 2020

The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes Surgery Postdoctoral Fellow Mayara Garcia de Mattos Barbosa, PhD from Dr. Marilia Cascalho’s lab who will present her research in progress, “Genetic determinants of B cell responses in Transplantation” on Jan. 22 at 12 noon in 5330 Medical Science I Bldg.

Taubman Tech Talk: DNA Methylation

January 9, 2020

"DNA methylation technologies:  Existing challenges and new opportunities" Epigenetic modifications are important drivers of development, health, and disease. DNA methylation is one type of epigenetic mark that can be measured in blood or other human samples. DNA methylation marks are associated with genetics and environmental exposures, which represents a useful tool for public health and medicine. This Taubman Technology Talk will give an overview of current technologies for DNA methylation measurements, describe methodological challenges associated with these methods, and provide evidence-based opportunities for future DNA methylation studies. Presenter Kelly M. Bakulski, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology…

DR. JANE DENG PRESENTS IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH SEMINAR

January 9, 2020

The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes Jane Deng, MD, MS, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Section Chief Pulmonary VA ANN ARBOR, who will present, “Living peacefully among neighbors: The microbiome, influenza, and secondary bacterial infections” on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in 5330 Medical Science I Bldg.

DR. CLIFF CHO PRESENTS IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH SEMINAR

December 30, 2019

The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes Clifford Cho, MD, C. Gardner Child Professor of Surgery, who will present, “Ablation-mediated stimulation of tumor-directed immune responses” on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in 5330 Medical Science I Bldg.

Schwartz Rounds for Compassionate Care: “Personal Connections: Patient as a Whole Person”

December 16, 2019

Come join us for this month's Schwartz Center Rounds for Compassionate Care, entitled "Personal Connections: Patient as a Whole Person." Panelists will discuss personal experiences, followed by a lively discussion. This session is eligible for CME, Nurse CE, and Social Work CEU. Lunch is available.

“Catholic End of Life Ethics after Charlie Gard and Alfie Evans”

December 16, 2019

The Woll Family Speaker Series on Health, Spirituality and Religion presents Michael J. Redinger, MD, MA, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry; Assistant Professor, Program in Medical Ethics, Humanities, and Law, Co-Chief, Program in Medical Ethics, Humanities, and Law, Western Michigan University

DEC. 18: JOHN CHARPIENTER (KING LAB) PRESENTS IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH SEMINAR

December 12, 2019

The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes 4th year Immunology doctoral student student John Charpentier from Dr. Phil King’s lab who will present his research in progress, “T Cell Macropinocytosis: The Story So Far” at 12 noon in 5330 Medical Science I Bldg. A schedule of upcoming immunology research seminars can be found here.

DEC. 11: EMILY YAROSZ (CHANG LAB) PRESENTS IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH SEMINAR

December 5, 2019

The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes 4th year Immunology doctoral student Emily Yarosz from Dr. Cheong-Hee Chang’s lab who will present her research in progress, “Novel roles for Cullin 3 in T cell-mediated immune responses” at 12 noon in 5330 Medical Science I Bldg. A schedule of upcoming immunology research seminars can be found here

Dr. Daniel Promislow to present Pathology Research Seminar

December 2, 2019

The Department of Pathology welcomes Daniel Promislow, D.Phil., Professor, Departments of Pathology and Biology, University of Washington. Dr. Promislow will present: The Dog Aging Project: How Genes and Environment Shape Healthy Lifespan Friday, December 6, 2019 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. 3697 Med Sci II (West Lecture Hall) Host: Dr. Richard Miller