Monday, October 18
9:00 AM UW Proteomics Seminar: “Mass spectrometry-guided precision biology and medicine;” Speaker: Yu-Ju Chen PhD, Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, and National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan; President, Human Proteome Organization. “Proteomes in 3D;” Speaker: Paola Picotti, PhD, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
12:00 PM CHGPM Seminar: “Deciphering the non-coding genome with iPSCs and genome editing;” Speaker: Dr. Valentina Lo Sardo, Assistant Professor, Dept of Cell & Regenerative Biology, UW-Madison.
3:30 PM McArdle Trainee Seminar: “Examining how obesity-associated inflammation promotes mammary gland and tumor fibrosis;” Speaker: Genevra Kuziel (Advisor: Lisa Arendt). “BCR signaling and LMP2A in Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) positive diffuse large B cell lymphomas;” Speaker: Makoto Ohashi, PhD (Advisor: Eric Johannsen).
Join via Zoom Passcode: 374167 (new & required)
Tuesday, October 19
12:00 PM Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Seminar: “Translational control of gene expression regulates muscle stem cell activity;” Speaker: Dr. Colin Crist, PhD, Associate Professor, Dept of Human Genetics, McGill University.
Attend in person: DeLuca Forum, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Wednesday, October 20
8:00 AM Oncology Grand Rounds: “Hereditary ovarian cancer syndromes and the future of cancer prevention;” Speaker: Lisa Barroilhet, MD, MS, Associate Professor, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynecology, UW-Madison.
8:00 AM RNA Collaborative Seminar: Hosted by Helmholtz Institute for RNA-based Infection Research (HIRI); Moderator & Host: Neva Caliskan, PhD.
“CRISPR-Cas systems and the dilemma(s) of adaptive immunity;” Speaker: Chase Beisel, PhD.
“Uncovering host-pathogen interaction modalities using single-cell RNA-seq and RNA metabolic labeling;” Speaker: Antoine-Emmanuel Saliba, PhD.
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12:00 PM Comparative Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program Student Seminar (PBS 930): “Understanding the effects of LTBP-2 mutations in the anterior segment of the eye in a feline model of glaucoma”; Speaker: Odalys Torne (McLellan lab, SVM – Surgical Sciences).
12:00 PM Neuroscience Seminar: “Wearing many hats: post-transcriptional control of cortical development;” Speaker: Debra Silver, PhD, Duke University.
Thursday, October 21
8:00 AM Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds: “The crypto-lab: fate or fad? – Blockchain basics for the lab person;” Speaker: Alaa Alsadi, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, UW-Madison.
12:10 PM Molecular Virology Seminar: “Lost in (or maybe after) translation: HIV-1 programmed ribosomal frameshifting and virus particle assembly;” Speaker: Prof. Nathan Sherer, Molecular Virology, McArdle, UW-Madison.
Attend in person: Room 1211 – Biochemical Sciences Building, 440 Henry Mall.
Friday, October 22