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Forecasting and Stochastic Programming Models to Address Uncertainty in the Trauma System Configuration Problem

December 3, 2020

RSVP to join us. Trauma care services are a vital part of all healthcare-based network as timely accessibility is important for citizens. Trauma care access is even more relevant when unexpected events such as the COVID-19 pandemic overload the capacity of the hospitals. Research literature has highlighted that access to trauma care is not even for all populations, especially when comparing rural and urban groups. Historically, the configuration of a trauma system was often not considered as a whole but instead hinged on the designation and verification of individual hospitals as trauma care centers. Recognition of the benefits of an…

Francisco Gomez-Rivera (Collins Lab) & Mack Reynolds (O’Riordan Lab) present Immunology Research Seminar

December 3, 2020

The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes Francisco Gomez-Rivera (Collins Lab) who will present “Molecular mechanisms of HIV-1 latency and chronic inflammation” and Mack Reynolds (O'Riordan Lab) who will present “Cardiolipin dynamics regulate proinflammatory cytokine production in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus-infected macrophages.” If interested in virtually attending, please contact Zarinah Aquil (zaquil@umich.edu) for the Zoom link and password.

Luis Correa (Carty Lab) & Alex Ethridge (Lukacs & Huffnagle Labs) present Immunology Research Seminar

December 1, 2020

The Graduate Program in Immunology welcomes Luis Correa who will present “Metabolic mechanism of TET2-mediated control of CD8+ T-cell memory formation” and Alex Ethridge (Lukacs & Huffnagle Labs) who will present “Respiratory syncytial virus-induced microbiome dysbiosis and allergic predisposition.” If interested in virtually attending, please contact Zarinah Aquil (zaquil@umich.edu) for the Zoom link and password.

The Science of Suicide Prevention: New Strategies for Understanding and Intervening

December 1, 2020

The University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center has organized a unique event to share the latest evidence-based suicide prevention research, facilitate new collaborations, and explore new ideas for suicide prevention. We are accepting poster abstracts that fall within the full spectrum of suicide prevention research. Submit abstracts as an email attachment to: skamat@med.umich.edu by Friday, January 15, 2021. Please click here to register and for more information about the event.

An Industrial Engineering-Based Approach to Designing & Evaluating Healthcare Systems to Improve Veteran Access to Care

November 20, 2020

RSVP to Join Us. Access to healthcare is a critical public health issue in the United States, especially for veterans. Veterans are older on average than the general U.S. population and are thus at higher risk for chronic disease. Further, veterans report more delays when seeking healthcare. The Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System continuously works to develop policies and technologies that aim to improve veteran access to care. Industrial engineering methods can be effective in analyzing the impact of such policies, as well as designing or modifying systems to better align veteran patients’ needs with providers and resources. In the…

Regulation of oogenesis by nuclear receptor signaling – Lesley N. Weaver, Ph.D.

November 17, 2020

The Department of Cell & Developmental Biology and the DEI Committee is pleased to welcome Lesley N. Weaver,  Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biology from Indiana University to speak at a CDB Virtual Seminar on December 16th!

Caring for the Critically Ill During 1st Wave COVID: A Conversation with Hallie Prescott and Jack Iwashyna

November 16, 2020

The U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation presents a conversation with two critical care physicians and researchers who will look back on clinical care, research and public policy aspects of the first COVID-19 surge in Michigan, and discuss implications for the coming Fall/Winter surge. The IHPI Research Seminar Series is a lecture-based program designed to share innovative health services research topics, studies, and programs, with clinicians, faculty, research staff, and students from a variety of disciplines. Join the conversation! #ihpi20 Details and RSVP to receive the Zoom link:  https://ihpi.umich.edu/events/caring-critically-ill-during-1st-wave-covid-conversation-hallie-prescott-and-jack-iwashyna

DR. SING SING WAY (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital) PRESENTS IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH SHORT COURSE SEMINAR

November 12, 2020

The Graduate Program in Immunology and The Research Training in Experimental Immunology Training Grant welcome Sing Sing Way, MD, PhD Professor of Pediatrics Director of Center for Inflammation and Tolerance Cincinnati Children’s Hospital present Immune pathogenesis of prenatal infection Contact Zarinah Aquil (zaquil@umich.edu) for further information (Zoom link, passcode).

“Transcriptional regulation of human epidermal tissue regeneration” – Xiaomin Bao, PhD

November 11, 2020

The Center for Cell Plasticity and Organ Design and the University of Michigan Skin Biology and Diseases Resource-based Center are pleased to present Xiaomin Bao, PhD, as part of the 2020 Virtual Seminar Series! Dr. Bao is an Assistant Professor of Molecular Biosciences at Northwestern University. The talk is entitled, "Transcriptional Regulation of Human Epidermal Tissue Regeneration". The talk is co-hosted by the University of Michigan Skin Biology and Diseases Resource-based Center. If you are not an UM-SBDRC member and would like to attend this seminar, please register by emailing Carmel McKeon at cmmckeon@med.umich.edu. UM-SBDRC members do not need to…