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2010 Seminars


Wednesday - January 13, 2010

Dr. Jeffrey Hardin - Department of Zoology - University of Wisconsin, Madison

Title: "Cooperating with the cadherin complex in C. elegans"

Host: Dr. David Bolender


Monday, January 18, 2010  ***3:00 PM ***

Dr. Todd Hoagland - Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology - Boston University School of Medicine

Title: "Managing change in health professions education - Experiences from the gross anatomy trenches"

Host: Dr. Joseph Besharse


Wednesday - January 20, 2010

Dr. Joseph Besharse - Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy - Medical College of Wisconsin

Title: "Research in progress: Does kinesin 17 phosphorylation regulate photoreceptor sensory ciliogenesis and turnover?"


Wednesday - February 3, 2010  ***To be presented in room M2050***

Dr. Brian P. Brooks - National Eye Institute - National Institutes of Health

Title: "The genetics of uveal coloboma"

Host: Dr. DJ Sidjanin


Wednesday - February 10, 2010

Dr. Kathryn Jones - Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy - Loyola University - Chicago IL

Title: "CD4+T cell-mediated neuroprotection: relevance to peripheral nerve injury and ALS"

Host:  Dr. David Bolender


Wednesday - February 17, 2010

Dr. Ramani Ramchandran - Department of Pediatrics - Medical College of Wisconsin

Title - "Vasculogenesis mechanisms in vertebrates"


Wednesday - March 10 , 2010

Dr. Sandya Govindaraju - Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy - Medical College of Wisconsin

Title: “The highs, lows and shocking facts of vibration”


Wednesday - March 10 , 2010 ***1:30 PM ***
Doctoral Dissertation Defense

Eryn Hassemer - Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy - Medical College of Wisconsin

Title: “The waved with open eyes (woe) mouse mutant is caused by a hypomorphic mutation in Adam17”


Wednesday - March 17, 2010  ***To be presented in room M2050*** 
Student Choice Seminar

Dr. Michael Caterina - Department of Biological Chemistry - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Title: "The versatility of heat-gated TRPV ion channels"

Host: Department Graduate Students


Wednesday - March 31, 2010

Dr. Milan Jamrich - Program in Developmental Biology - Baylor College of Medicine

Title: "Key events in vertebrate eye formation"

Host: Dr. DJ Sidjanin


Wednesday - April 7, 2010

Dr. George A. Wilkinson - Department of Pediatrics/Genetics - Medical College of Wisconsin

Title: "ECSCR, a novel cell surface enhancer of VEGF signaling"


Wednesday - April 14, 2010

Dr. Angie Rizzino - Eppley Institute for Research in Cancer and Allied Diseases - University of Nebraska Medical Center

Title:  "Transcription factors that orchestrate the self-renewal and pluripotency of embryonic stem cells function as molecular rheostats"

Host: Dr. John Lough


Wednesday - April 21, 2010

Dr. Serena Dudek - National Institute of Environmental Heath Sciences - National Institutes of Health

Title: "On the late phase of synaptic plasticity: getting to the nucleus"

Host: Dr. Margaret Wong-Riley


Wednesday - May 12, 2010

Dr. Martin Hessner - Max McGee National Research Center for Juvenile Diabetes, Medical College of Wisconsin

Title: "Serum induced transcriptional signatures as biomarkers of inflammation"

Host: Dr. DJ Sidjanin


Wednesday - May 19, 2010

Dr. Cheryl Stucky and Rick Lennertz -  Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy - Medical College of Wisconsin

Title: "Peppers and peppercorns: Insights into the mechanisms of tingling paresthesia and sickle cell pain"


Wednesday - June 2, 2010  ***To be presented in room M2050***  
Student Choice Seminar

Dr. Roberto Malinow - Division of Biological Sciences - University of California San Diego

Title: "Synapses in Health and Disease"

Host: Department Graduate Students


Wednesday - June 16, 2010

Dr. Sakae Ikeda - Department of Genetics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Eye Research Institute

Title: "Molecular mechanisms of cell proliferation and neovascularization in the cornea"

Host: Dr. DJ Sidjanin


Wednesday- September 29

Noah Shroyer, PhD - Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Title: "Transcriptional control of intestinal growth and development: regulation of stem cells and cancer by Notch-Atoh1"

Host: Michele Battle, PhD


Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Michael Olivier, PhD - Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center, Medical College of Wisconsin

Title: "Where genomics and proteomics collide: Novel integrated approaches and technologies for the analysis of complex human diseases"

Host: DJ Sidjanin, PhD


Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Jason Mills, MD, PhD- Washington University School of Medicine - St. Louis

Title: “How stem cells become normal secretory cells or GI tract malignancies based on two key transcription factors”

Host: Michele Battle, PhD


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Russell Debose-Boyd, PhD- University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center - Dallas

Title: "ER-Associated Degradation and Cholesterol Homeostasis"

Host: Department Graduate Students


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

James M. Wells, PhD -University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Title: “Translating Basic Studies of Embryonic Development into Generating Pancreatic and Intestinal Tissue from Stem Cells”

Host: Stephen Duncan, DPhil


Thursday, November 11, 2010 ***2:00 PM ***

Lior Gepstein, MD, PhD -Rappaport Institute

Title: “Human pluripotent stem cells: implications for basic and applied cardiovascular research”

Host: David Gutterman, MD


Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Jack M. Winters, PhD - Marquette University College of Engineering

Title: "A Protein “Families” Framework for Interpreting Muscle Tissue Microarray Transcripts, Applied to Normal and Various Pathological Datasets"

Host: Danny Riley, PhD


Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Gregory I. Frolenkov, PhD - University of Kentucky

Title: “Shaping mechanosensitivity of cochlear hair cells”

Host: Cheryl Stucky, PhD

 

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