Monday, October 11
3:00 PM Biochemistry Colloquium: Chemical probes for hydrolytic enzymes: applications for cancer and infectious diseases; Speaker: Matthew Bogyo, Stanford University.
Attend in person: Ebling Symposium Center, Microbial Sciences Building
Watch livestream: http://188.8.131.52/ClassroomStreams/ebling_stream.html
3:30 PM McArdle Trainee Seminar: The role of HAPLN1 in multiple myeloma NF-kB activation and survival; Speaker: Christina Mark (Advisor: Shigeki Miyamoto). Stress keratin 17 synergizes with estrogen to modulate tumor immune microenvironment and disease progression in MmuPV1-induced cervicovaginal disease; Speaker: Wei Wang, PhD (Advisor: Paul Lambert).
Tuesday, October 12
11:00 AM Morgridge Metabolism Colloquium: Immunometabolic editing drives metabolic evolution for establishing the immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment; Speaker: Ping-Chih Ho, PhD, Associate Professor, Dept of Oncology, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Lausanne.
12:00 PM Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Seminar: Developmental lineage of human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiac fibroblasts affects their functional phenotype; Speaker: Martha Floy, Grad Student (Palecek lab).
Attend in person: DeLuca Forum, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Wednesday, October 13
8:00 AM Oncology Grand Rounds: The past, present and future of palliative radiotherapy: lessons learned from the development of a dedicated palliative radiotherapy service; Speaker: Joshua Jones, MD, MA, FAAHPM, Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiation Oncology, Penn Medicine.
10:30 AM Cancer Biology Seminar: Metabolism, cellular decisions and the language that unites them; Speaker: Jared Rutter, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry, University of Utah School of Medicine.
12:00 PM Comparative Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program Student Seminar (PBS 930): Generation of anti-tumorigenic macrophages from SIRPa-knockout human pluripotent stem cells; Speaker: Portia Smith (Slukvin lab, P&LM).
12:00 PM Neuroscience Seminar: Sensing scents: the structural and circuit mechanisms of olfaction; Speaker: Vanessa Ruta, PhD, Rockefeller University.
4:00 PM Statistics Seminar: Faster empirical risk minimization; Speaker: Jelena Diakonikolas.
Thursday, October 14
9:00 AM Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Seminar: Probing longevity and turnover of human cells and proteins with bomb-pulse radiocarbon; Speaker: Bruce Buchholz, PhD, Physicist, Center for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
12:10 PM Molecular Virology Seminar: Molecular approaches to understand and prevent respiratory viral diseases; Speaker: Dr. Nicholas Heaton – VIROLOGY CANDIDATE SEARCH – Duke University Medical Center.
Attend in person: Room 1211 – Biochemical Sciences Building, 440 Henry Mall.
Friday, October 15
12:00 PM BMI Seminar: Machine learning as an assay for high-dimensional biology; Speaker: Sara Mostafavi, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington.