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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.

Sam Kerk (Lyssiotis Lab) Presents Cancer Biology Research Seminar

January 16, 2020

The next Cancer Biology Research Seminar will be Wednesday, Jan. 22nd at 4 PM in 2903 THSL. The presenter will be Sam Kerk, Cancer Biology graduate student from Dr. Costas Lyssiotis’ lab, who will present his research in progress, “Environmental pyruvate impairs the efficacy of mitochondrial therapies in pancreatic cancer”. If curious about upcoming seminars, please click here.

Global, Organism-Scale Views of Cell State Heterogeneity & Dynamics Via Novel Single Cell Profiling Techniques – Junyue Cao, Ph.D.

January 15, 2020

Description The Department of Cell & Developmental Biology is pleased to present Junyue Cao, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Genome Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle Link to seminar info

CDB Faculty Candidate Seminar – Amanda Amodeo, Ph.D

January 15, 2020

The Department of Cell & Developmental Biology is pleased to present Amanda Amodeo, Lewis-Sigler Post-Doctoral Fellow, Princeton University. Her talk is entitled “Chromatin control of cell size & embryonic development.” Link to seminar info

Human Genetics Seminar Series – Blanche Capel, Duke University

January 15, 2020

The Battle of the Sexes: Setting the Gonad on the Male Pathway

“Engineered kidney models derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells”-Dr. Samira Musah, Ph.D.

January 10, 2020

The NIH T32 Training Program in Organogenesis is pleased to present a Special Series: "Emerging Topics in Tissue Regeneration and Engineering" featuring seminar guest Samira Musah, Ph.D. Dr. Musah is an Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Department of Medicine at Duke University. The talk is entitled, “Engineered kidney models derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells”. Trainee Host: Eun Kyeoung Choi, Ph.D. Candidate-The Seo Lab

“Embryonically Informed Tendon Regeneration Strategies”

January 10, 2020

The NIH T32 Training Program in Organogenesis is pleased to present a Special Series: "Emerging Topics in Tissue Regeneration and Engineering" featuring seminar guest Catherine K. Kuo, Ph.D. Dr. Kuo is an Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering, and Center for Musculoskeletal Research at University of Rochester. The talk is entitled, “Embryonically Informed Tendon Regeneration Strategies”. Trainee Host: Kevin McGowan, Ph.D. Candidate-Samuelson Lab

LHS Collaboratory: Applications of AI/Machine Learning in Gastroenterology

January 9, 2020

Dr. Waljee’s research focuses on tailoring treatment to the specifics of the individual (precision care) with gastrointestinal and liver diseases. He uses artificial intelligence methods such as machine learning and deep learning to improve decision-making for tailored and individualized care to facilitate the delivery of efficient, effective and equitable care, especially in costly diseases and in limited resource settings. Discussant 1: Karandeep Singh, MD, MMSc, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan Department of Learning Health Sciences and Department of Internal Medicine. Discussant 2: Kayte Spector-Bagdady, JD, MBioethics, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Chief of the…

“Modulating kidney development: from cells to signals and transcriptional regulation”-Lori O’Brien, Ph.D.

January 9, 2020

The NIH T32 Training Program in Organogenesis is pleased to present a Special Series: "Emerging Topics in Tissue Regeneration and Engineering" featuring seminar guest Lori O'Brien, Ph.D. Dr. O'Brien is an Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology and Physiology UNC Kidney Center at the University of North Carolina. The talk is entitled, “Modulating kidney development: from cells to signals and transcriptional regulation”