Monday, December 13
3:00 PM Biochemistry Colloquium: “Coronavirus novel replicase functions and targets for antivirals” Speaker: Mark Denison, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Join in person: Ebling Symposium Center, Microbial Sciences Building
3:30 PM McArdle Trainee Seminar: “Tis the season: impact of intratumoral heterogeneity for microsatellite instability on tumor development and therapeutic response” Speaker: Santina Snow (Advisor: Rich Halberg).
Join via Zoom (Passcode: 374167)
Tuesday, December 14
12:00 PM Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Seminar: “Cortical excitability, cell division and development: a conserved circuit for morphogenetic changes” Speaker: Dr. William Bement, PhD, Hans Ris Professor of Cell Biology and Integrative Biology Center for Quantitative Cell Imaging.
Attend in person: DeLuca Forum, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Join via Zoom (Passcode: 936743)
3:30 PM Morgridge Metabolism Colloquium: “Interplay between innate immunity and tissue tension regulates tumor progression” Speaker: Valerie Weaver, PhD, Director of the Center for Bioengineering and Tissue Regeneration; Department of Surgery, University of California, San Francisco.
To register and view more information: https://morgridge.org/event/metabolism-colloquium-dec21/
6:30 PM RNA MaxiGroup: “The curious case of RNA binding protein FMR1” Speaker: Xinyu Zhao, Dept of Neuroscience and Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center, UW-Madison.
Join in person: Room 1360 Genetics and Biotechnology
Wednesday, December 15
8:00 AM Oncology Grand Rounds: “TBA” Speaker: Dr. Anne Marie Murphy.
Join in person: 1306 HSLC
10:30 AM Cancer Biology Seminar: none this week
12:00 PM Neuroscience Seminar: “Context in visual cortex” Speaker: Massimo Scanziani, PhD, UC-San Francisco / HHMI.
12:00 PM Comparative Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program Student Seminar (PBS 930): “Molecular mechanisms of superantigen involvement in S. aureus infective endocarditis” Speaker: Sharon Tang (Salgado-Pabon lab, Pathobiological Sciences).
4:00 PM Comparative Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program Student Seminar (PBS 930): “Inside-out NFKB signaling in T cell responses to chronic viral infection” Speaker: Tracy Luu (Suresh lab, Pathobiological Sciences).
4:00 PM Statistic Seminar: “Optimal allocation of water and sanitation facilities to prevent communicable diarrheal diseases in Senegal under partial interference” Speaker: Chan Park.
Thursday, December 16
11:00 AM Cancer MoonshotSM Seminar: “Using new technologies to understand gastric and colorectal cancers; Speakers: Nicole B. Halmai (nee Coggins), PhD, UC-Davis and Nick Markham, MD, PhD, Vanderbilt University.
Friday, December 17