This list is derived from seminar announcements from multiple sources. Please refer to hosting department to verify information. If you know of additional seminars that should be posted, please send an email.
The list is updated each Monday morning; additional seminars may be added throughout the... Read More
Sponsored by McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research and the Department of Human Oncology
Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
Room 1345 Health Sciences Learning Center
(unless otherwise noted)
The McArdle Laboratory has several seminar series/journal clubs that meet regularly throughout the year. These series provide opportunities for McArdle faculty, students, and postdoctoral fellows to present their research. The Cancer Biology Student/Postdoc Seminar schedule is listed below.
Mondays at 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Room 6571 McArdle Laboratory (WIMR II... Read More
The McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research and the University of Wisconsin-Madison host many international and national conferences that draw scientists from all over the world. Watch this space for news on upcoming conferences.
UWCCC Experimental Pathology Laboratory Tutorial-Discussion Groups
Ruth Sullivan, VMD, PhD, Veterinary Pathologist, leads a series of 1-hour tutorial/discussion groups each month (usually the Last Monday of each month) to provide histology support to researchers on campus.
Groups will be held on the WIMR 2, room 6525 - Multihead Microscope.
Everyone is welcome. Please... Read More
McArdle Meeting on Laboratory Safety - presented once/year. Attendance is required for all McArdle personnel who have not previously attended a McArdle Safety Meeting. This includes undergraduate students working by the hour (unless they have a class conflict). The time required for attendance should be included on the work timesheets. Persons who do not attend may be asked to... Read More
The McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research has recently implemented a new seminar series for students and postdoctoral fellows that provide them with career and professional development training. These informal talks between current trainees and McArdle Alumni who have pursued a variety of academic and non-academic careers since completing their training at Mcardle expose trainees to careers... Read More