Theresa Mau (Yung Lab) will present her Immunology Graduate Program thesis defense seminar “The Effects of Early-Life Drug and Dietary Interventions on Late-Life Disease Development” on Thursday, Dec. 13 at 11 am in BSRB Kahn Auditorium.
The next Immunology Research Seminar (Journal Club) will be next Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 12 noon in 5330 Med Sci I. The presenter will be 2nd year graduate student Jazib Uddin from Dr. Hogan’s lab who will present the following paper, “LAG3+Regulatory T Cells Restrain Interleukin-23-Producing CX3CR1+Gut-Resident Macrophages during Group 3 Innate Lymphoid Cell-Driven Colitis” Bauche´ et al., 2018, Immunity 49, 342–352
The Rogel Cancer Center Grand Rounds would like to present Dr. Thomas Carey Professor of Otolaryngology and Pharmacology. Dr. Carey will be presenting his talk entitled, "High risk human papillomavirus in the etiology of Oropharyngeal Cancer." The talk will take placed at the North Campus Research Complex's Research Auditorium in BLDG 10.
The next Cancer Biology Research Seminar will be Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 4 PM in 2903 THSL. The presenter will be Dr. Mahmoud Alghamri, Neurosurgery Research Fellow from Dr. Maria Castro’s lab, who will present his research “IDH1 mutation regulate myeloid cells plasticity mediating anti-glioma immunotherapy”.
This four-day event from May 6-9, 2019, focuses on improving teaching, learning, and research through the effective integration of technology and pedagogy. Past presenters and new voices are encouraged to take part, including graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and staff. If you’ve never presented before, sharing your experiences can bring a valuable new perspective to our community! Your session can range from a 5-10 minute lightning talk to be presented alongside other similar themed presentations to a 1-1.5 hour workshop. Session formats spanning from talks incorporating technology into your pedagogy to hands-on, “how-to” workshops are accepted. For example, maybe you use…
Please join us for Ally Hawkins' Thesis Defense Seminar, "Wnt/Beta-Catenin Signaling and the Tumor Microenvironment in Ewing Sarcoma Progression", on Friday, December 14 at 12:00 P.M. in West Lecture Hall (3rd floor of Med Sci II).
Rogel Cancer Center Grand Rounds at NCRC - Dr. Analisa DiFeo presenting "microRNAs: Small but Powerful drivers of Ovarian Cancer pathogenesis". Her talk will take place at the North Campus Research Complex in BLDG 10 Research Auditorium.
Paternal effects of environment on the next generation in mammals
Dr. Katie Kindt will be in town on Thursday, December 6, to present her HBCS seminar, Using Zebrafish to Light Up Hair-Cell Synapse Formation and Function. She is Acting Chief for the Section on Sensory Cell Development and Function at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). The seminar will be held at 11:45 a.m. in Room 2901, Taubman Health Sciences Library. Dr. Michael Roberts is her host. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome. Dr. Kindt joined the NIDCD as an investigator in 2013. In 2016 she received a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and…