Seminar list for this week: February 14-18, 2022

Monday, February 14

3:00 PM         Biochemistry Colloquium:  Back to the basics:  studying the structures of RNA viruses offer clues on how to inhibit them; Speaker:  Blanton Tolbert, Case Western.

Virtual Seminar; Register here:

3:30 PM         McArdle Trainee Seminar:  Role of mesenchymal stromal cells in radiation-induced xerostomia; Speaker:  Cristina Paz (Advisor:  Randy Kimple).  Determining the contribution of hepadnavirus envelope proteins to virion morphogenesis; Speaker:  Stephen Darodda (Advisor:  Dan Loeb).

Join via Zoom: (PASSCODE:  374167

Tuesday, February 15

12:00 PM      Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center Seminar:  Heterochromatin associated demethylases alter RNA processing to control pluripotency; Speaker:  Caleb Dillingam, Sridharan lab, P&LM.

Join in person:  DeLuca Forum, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery

Join via Zoom:  (PASSCODE:  936743)

Wednesday, February 16

8:00 AM         Oncology Grand Rounds:  The evil side of gene regulation; Speaker:  HR (Ruud) Delwel, PhD, Professor, Dept of Hematology, Erasmus MC University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Join via Zoom:  (Passcode:  UWCCC)

10:30 AM      Cancer Biology Seminar:  Integrating mathematical modeling into radiation oncology decision making; Speaker:  Heiko Enderling, PhD, FSMB, Associate Professor, Integrated Mathematical Oncology, Moffitt Cancer Center.

Join via Zoom:  (Passcode:  631057)

3:30 PM         Genetics Seminar:  TBA; Speaker:  John Pool, UW-Madison.

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Thursday, February 17

8:00 AM         Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds:  Death investigation as a public health service:  implications of the forensic pathologist shortage; Speaker:  Natalie Taylor, MD, MS, Chief Resident, Dept of Pathology, UW-Madison.  LncRNA expression and SDHB mutations in pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas; Speaker:  Huihua Li, MB, PhD, Resident, Dept of Pathology, UW-Madison.

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12:10 PM      Molecular Virology Seminar:  Host:Virus interactions that regulate HPV replication; Speaker:  Professor Cary Moody, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Join in person:  1211 Biochemical Sciences Building.

Friday, February 18

10:00 AM      CHDR Seminar:  The UW Center for Health Disparities Research (CHDR):  Linking cells to communities; Speaker:  Amy Kind, MD, PhD, Associate Dean, Social Health Sciences and Programs, UW-Madison.

Join via Zoom:

Passcode:  744484

12:00 PM      John D. Wiley Seminar:  Maturation of the oligodendrocyte lineage in Down Syndrome:  lessons from forebrain, spinal cord and from stem cells; Speaker:  Tarik Haydar, PhD, Director, Center for Neuroscience Research, Children’s Research Institute, Children’s National Hospital and Professor, Dept of Physiology and Pharmacology, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Join in person:  Wiley Conference Center, T216 North Tower Waisman Center

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