Events

3/7/2018 1:00pm Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar

"Evolutionarily conserved molecules that impact sleep and synaptic function," is to be presented by Nicholas Stavropoulos, Assistant Professor, in the departments of Neuroscience and Physiology, at the NYU Neuroscience Institute, New York, NY

Location: 1-561 BSB 1-561 BSB

3/21/2018 1:00pm Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar

“Linking the properties of retinal synapses to the outputs of retinal circuits,” will be presented by Josh Singer, Associate Professor, with the Department of Biology at the University of Maryland

Location: 1-561 BSB 1-561 BSB

3/28/2018 12:00pm Distinguished Biomedical Scholar Lecture—Duojia Pan

Duojia Pan, PhD, Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Fouad A. and Val Imm Bashour Distinguished Chair in Physiology, and Professor and Chairman of the Department of Physiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, will give a presentation on "Hippo signaling in growth control and beyond" on March 28, 12–1 p.m. in the Urmila Sahai Seminar Room (2117 MERF).

Dr. Pan studies the molecular and developmental pathways that control how organ size is determined in different organisms and the way these mechanisms regulate tissue homeostasis in normal and pathological conditions.  Further information on Dr. Pan’s research can be found on his HHMI profile.

This event is co-sponsored by the Ramon and Victoria Lim Medical Science Lecture in Internal Medicine.

The Distinguished Biomedical Scholar Lecture Series features top-tier scientists and physicians performing high-impact research in a variety of areas.

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Sonya Housholder in advance at (319) 335-8587 or sonya-housholder@uiowa.edu.

Location: 2117 Medical Education Research Facility

3/28/2018 1:00pm Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar

“Investigating the roles of Fascin in collective cell migration using Drosophila border cell migration," is the title for the seminar talk to be given by Maureen Lamb, Molecular Medicine Interdisciplinary Grad Student in the Tina Tootle Lab here in Anatomy & Cell Biology

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“The miR-200 family controls dental epithelial stem cell differentiation during odontogenesis,” is to be presented by Mason Sweat, Graduate Student in the Brad Amendt Lab here in Anatomy & Cell Biology

Location: 1-561 BSB 1-561 BSB

3/29/2018 1:00pm Neuroscience Thesis Seminar

"Beneficial Contribution of Health Behaviors to Learning and Related Brain Mechanisms in Older Adults"

by Rachel Clark, Voss Lab, Psychological and Brain Sciences

Location: 1459 Pappajohn Biomedical Discovery Building