Education

Education: We are proud to train medical students, residents, fellows, and graduate students to be the next generation of vision care professionals.

The Redox Biology Program provides training for students, as well as high-quality education events for physicians and scientific investigators. We create a strong platform for professional develop by sponsoring monthly work-in-progress sessions, special seminars and symposia.

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  Oxidative Signaling Journal Club

Fridays from noon - 1 p.m., Room 376 in the Department of Biochemistry (unless otherwise noted)
Contact person: Dr. Girotti (agirotti@mcw.edu)

The focus of the Oxidative Signaling Journal Club is to examine recent manuscripts regarding oxidative signaling pathways with responses ranging from cell proliferation to cell senescence or death. Novel sensing mechanisms and sensor proteins responding to ROS or RNS redox are of particular interest. Once a month, we have a work-in-progress presentation.

  Seminars

View PowerPoint presentations by Medical College of Wisconsin Redox Biology Program scientists.

Novel Role of the Catalytic Subunit of Telomerase as a Regulator of Endothelial Redox Environment

MCW Department of Medicine/Cardiology Assistant Professor Andreas Beyer, PhD, presented Novel Role of the Catalytic Subunit of Telomerase as a Regulator of Endothelial Redox Environment March 6, 2014, at a Redox Biology Work-in-Progress Session.

 

Detection of Superoxide with DMPO and Improved Nitrones

MCW Department of Biophysics Professor Jeannette Vasquez-Vivar, PhD, presented "Detection of Superoxide with DMPO and Improved Nitrones."

 

 

2010 Presidential Address during CHEST 2010

David D. Gutterman, MD, FCCP, Professor in the Department of Medicine/Cardiology, gave the 2010 Presidential Address during CHEST 2010 (American College of Chest Physicians Annual Meeting).

 

 

When Good Matrix Goes Bad

MCW Department of Anesthesiology Associate Professor Dorothee Weihrauch, DVM, PhD, presented "When Good Matrix Goes Bad," Nov. 7, 2013, at a Redox Biology Work-in-Progress Session.

  Redox Biology Program Symposium

The Redox Biology Program held the First MCW Redox Biology Symposium on Nov. 14, 2014, and will hold the Second MCW Redox Biology Symposium on April 12-13, 2018.


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Oxidative Signaling Journal Club, Dec. 1

12:00 PM  - 1:00 PMRoom 376 in the Department of Biochemistry

Oxidative Signaling Journal Club, Dec. 15

12:00 PM  - 1:00 PMRoom 376 in the Department of Biochemistry

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Redox Biology Program Contact Information

Translational and Biomedical Research Center (TBRC)
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226

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