The last Cancer Biology Research Seminar of the semester will be Wed., Dec. 19 at 4 PM in 2903 THSL. The presenter will be Christie Rodriguez Ramirez, Cancer Biology graduate student from Dr. Jacques Nor’s lab, who will present her research in progress, “The role of p53 in mucoepidermoid carcinoma stem cells”. If curious about upcoming seminars, please click here.
Dr. Rachael A. Clark (HARVARD/BRIGHAM & WOMEN’S HOSPITAL) Presents Immunology Research Seminar on Jan. 16, 2019
Rachael Clark, MD, PhD, Shing Yu Yip and Cecelia B. Hepp Associate Professor of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School; Associate Dermatologist, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, will be presenting an Immunology seminar, “Resident memory T cells in human health and disease” at 12 noon on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019 in 3330 Medical Science I Bldg.
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 Amnah Yamani from Dr. Hogan’s lab who will present the following paper, "Murine Norovirus Infection Induces TH1 Inflammatory Responses to Dietary Antigens" Bouziat et al., 2018, Cell Host & Microbe 24, 1–12
Patricia Wittkopp, Ph.D. Sally L. Allen Collegiate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology University of Michigan
Join us March 15 as the Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center hosts its second Healthy Flint Research Symposium at the Riverfront Banquet Center in downtown Flint. Showcased research topics include injury prevention, nutrition, mental health, and other important public health categories. Join us for a day of networking that can help give visibility to your projects and meet individuals with similar interests. Submit an abstract for oral and poster presentation consideration here. The deadline for submitting abstracts is Wednesday, January 9 at 5 p.m. Register or learn more here.
The Department of Cell & Developmental Biology seminar series is pleased to present Thomas Schwartz, Ph.D., Boris Magasanik Professor of Biology, MIT. His talk is entitled “Torsin and other curious nuclear envelope proteins: Structural biology on roller coaster.” Link to seminar info
This annual grant writing workshop, previously only available to R01 Boot Camp participants, is now being offered to anyone interested in brushing up on NIH grant writing skills. The Medical School Office of Research welcomes back John Robertson, Ph.D., of Grant Writers' Seminars & Workshops, who will be presenting "Write Winning NIH R01 Grant Proposals." This highly-rated workshop is an annual event for R01 Boot Camp participants, and will be open again this year to any faculty member. The $329 fee includes the workshop manual (GWSW's Grant Application Writer's Workbook by Stephen Russell and David Morrison), session materials, breakfast, and lunch. Registration and breakfast will begin…
Join us for our next Seminar Series event featuring four talks focusing on the formation of Learning Communities as a key differentiator of Learning Health Systems. We are pleased to have speakers who will be sharing their experiences with learning communities representing LHS work in the following areas: MM Gastroenterology, MM Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Livingston and Washtenaw County Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest, and UM School of Dentistry. Following the presentations, we will have a facilitated Q&A with panel members.
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.