Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy

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Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy

2012 SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Seminars are held at 12:00 pm
Conference Room #476
Basic Science Building

NO SEMINAR on the 4th Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise indicated.

If you have questions or would like to schedule a seminar, please contact:

      Nancy Coates - (414) 955-8261 or Kim Kline (414) 955-8062

 

Wednesday, January 4
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference  Room

Gordon S. Mitchell, PhD
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Title: "Respiratory and somatic motor plasticity following intermittent hypoxia: Implications for spinal injury"
Host: Margaret Wong-Riley, PhD

Wednesday, January 11
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Michael Lawlor, MD, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Title: "Evaluating Treatments for X-linked Myotubular Myopathy: An Integrated Pathological and Physiological Approach"
Host: Danny A. Riley, PhD

Wednesday, January 18
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

David Weaver, PhD
UMass Medical Center
Title: “Mammalian Circadian Rhythms: CLOCK Functions”
Host: Joseph C. Besharse, PhD

Wednesday, February 1
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Brian Link, PhD
Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy
Medical College of Wisconsin
Title:  "Cellular studies of retinal neurogenesis and future plans"

Wednesday, February 8
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Joseph C. Besharse, PhD
Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy
Medical College of Wisconsin
Title: "Kinesins, Ciliogenesis and Turnover of Photoreceptor Membranes"

Wednesday, February 29
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Katherine J. Kopeikina
Boston University School of Medicine
Title: "Neuronal consequences of pathological changes in tau: Are aggregated or soluble forms more detrimental?"
Host: Todd Hoagland, PhD

Wednesday, March 7
12:00PM
CBNA Conference Room

Michael L. Robinson, PhD
Miami University of Ohio
Title: "Frs2a mediates differentiation in the ocular surface ectoderm"
Host: DJ Sidjanin, PhD

Wednesday, March 14
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Brad Amendt, PhD
Texas A & M Health Science Center
Title: "A Pitx2-miRNA-200 and miRNA-23 Regulatory Feedback Pathway Regulates Mesenchyme-Epithelial Transition During Craniofacial Development"
Host: Elena Semina, PhD

Wednesday, March 21  
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Terrence Barrett, MD
Northwestern University
Title: "Pathway for TNF-Induced Epithelial Beta-Catenin Activation in Colitis"
Host: Michele Battle, PhD

Wednesday, April 11
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Xin Sun, PhD
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Title: "Elucidating the Genetic Circuitry that Controls Lung Initiation and Maturation"
Host: Katherine Shim, PhD & DJ Sidjanin, PhD 

Wednesday, April 18
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Genevieve Konopka, PhD
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Title: "Transcriptional networks in language and cognition"
Host: Michele Battle, PhD

Wednesday, May 2
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Raj Awatramani, PhD
Northwestern University Feinberg Medical School
Title: "Making a “Mes” with Wnts and microRNAs"

Host: Milan Joksimovic, PhD

Wednesday, May 9

NO SEMINAR - Week of ARVO

Wednesday, May 16
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Erik Dent, PhD
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Title: "A New Route to Dendritic Spine Plasticity through Dynamic Microtubule Invasions"
Host: Nashaat Gerges, PhD

Wednesday, May 30
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Zhen Huang, PhD
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Title: "Regulation of brain neural and vascular development by neural progenitor signaling"
Host: Cheryl Stucky, PhD

 

Wednesday, September 5
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Thomas Park, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago
Title: "Naked Mole-Rats: Blind, Naked, and Feeling No Pain"
Host: Cheryl Stucky, PhD

Wednesday, September 12
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

NO SEMINAR - MCW RESEARCH DAY

Wednesday, September 19
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Brian Kaspar, PhD
Nationwide Children's Hospital at Ohio State
Title: "Novel Models and Treatments for Motor Neuron Diseases"
Host: Allison Ebert, PhD

Wednesday, September 26
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Rolf Herrmann, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Department of Ophthalmology, Eye Institute
Title: “The role of dopamine and GABA in retinal adaptation to dim light”

Rescheduled

Wednesday, October 3
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Clive Svendsen, PhD
Director, Regenerative Medicine Institute - Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles
Title: "Combining gene and stem cell therapy to treat neurological disorders"
Host: Allison Ebert, PhD

Wednesday, October 10
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Kristen Verhey, PhD
University of Michigan
Title: "Regulating entry into the nuclear and ciliary compartments"
Host: Joseph C. Besharse, PhD

Wednesday, October 17
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Richard Libby, PhD
University of Rochester Medical Center
Title: "Axon injury signaling in glaucomatous neurodegeneration"
Host: Brian Link, PhD

Wednesday, October 24
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Allan Robins, PhD
CEO of Viacyte
Title: "Development of an hESC derived product for the treatment of insulin dependent diabetes"
Host: Stephen A. Duncan, DPhil

Wednesday, October 31
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Carol Everson, PhD
Department of Neurology
Medical College of Wisconsin
Title: "Worse for wear: Physiological Properties of Sleep Loss"

**SPECIAL DATE/TIME**

Thursday, November 8
10:00AM
CBNA Conference Room

David Gamm, MD, PhD
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Title: "Modeling retinal degenerative disease with human iPS cells"
Host: Allison Ebert, PhD

Wednesday, November 14
12:00 PM
CVC Conference Room

BENJAMIN LECTURE

David Clapham, MD, PhD
Aldo R. Castaneda Professor of Cardiovascular Research
Professor of Neurobiology; Professor of Pediatrics
Children's Hospital - Boston
Title: "The struggle for existence- ion channels in spermatozoa"
Host: Joseph Besharse, PhD

Wednesday, December 5
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Theodore R. Cummins, PhD
Indiana University School of Medicine - Stark Neuroscience Research Institute
Title: "Resurgent sodium currents in inherited and acquired pain syndromes"
Host: Cheryl Stucky, PhD

Wednesday, December 12
12:00 PM
CBNA Conference Room

Sean Palecek, PhD
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Title: "Differentiating Human Pluripotent Stem Cells to Cardiovascular Lineages"
Host: John Lough, PhD

 

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