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Seminars and Events
2016 - 2017


Monday, May 1
Noon Pathology & Cell Biology Seminar. Dr. Michael Levine, Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, "Microcircuit Dysfunction in Huntngton's Disease: There is a World Outside Striatal Spiny Neurons." P&S 16-405.
Tuesday, May 2
Noon Pharmacology Seminar. Dr. Christopher Korbmacher, Professor of Institut fur Zellulare und Molekulare Physiologie, Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg (FAU), "Regulation of the Epithelial Sodium Channel (ENaC)by Aldosterone, Proteases and Bile Acids." BB 724.
Wednesday, May 3
Noon Microbiology and Immunology Seminar. Dr. Gabriel Nunez, Paul de Kruif Professor of Pathology, University of Michigan Medical School and Co-Director, Tumor Immunology and Transplantation Biology Program, University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, "Control of Pathogen Colonization by Host Immunity and the Microbiota." HHSC 301.
4:00 PM Columbia Precision Medicine Seminar. "Best Practices starting a Biotech: Lessons learned from industry leaders (Session4)." VEC 401.
Thursday, May 4
11:00 AM Integrated in CMBS Graduate Program Thesis Seminar. Boris Grinshpun, Shen Lab, "Quantitative approaches for profiling the T-cell receptor repertoire in human tissues." HICCC 8-817.
5:00 PM 30th Annual Rita G. Rudel - Lucy G. Moses Lecture. Dr. Darryl C. De Vivo, Sidney Carter Professor of Neurology; Professor of Pediatrics; Director of Pediatric Neurology, Emeritus; Founding Director, Colleen Giblin Research Laboratories; Co-Director, Center for Motor Neuron Biology and Disease, Columbia University Medical Center, "Glut 1 Deficiency." NI Auditorium.
Friday, May 5
Noon Genetics and Development Student & Postdoc Seminar. Kyle Kaniecki, Greene Lab, "Pulling back the curtain on Homologous Recombinantion: ssDNA curtains for single molecule visualization of Srs2." HHSC 303.
Noon Integrated in CMBS Graduate Program Thesis Seminar. Chandler Walker, Hengst Lab, "Raising the alarm: Immediate axonal signaling in amyloid-dependent neurogegeneration." P&S 12-460.
Thursday, May 11
3:00 PM Integrated in CMBS Graduate Program Thesis Seminar. Alexandra Jacunski, Tatonetti Lab, "Analysis of interspecies biological networks to guide drug therapy." PH 20-200.
Wednesday, May 31
3:00 PM Neuroscience Thesis Seminar. Yul Kang, Shadlen Lab, "Inferring the Decisioin Rule from the Choice and Speed." P&S 16-405.

 
 
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