DPLM Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds is held in G100 Bondurant Hall unless otherwise specified.

DATE

       PRESENTER

TITLE OF SEMINAR

1/4/18

No Grand Rounds Seminar today

1/11/18

No Grand Rounds Seminar today

1/18/18

No Grand Rounds Seminar today

1/25/18

Katherine Hoadley, PhD

Integrative genomic classification of
testicular germ cell tumors

2/1/18

Alisa Wolberg, PhD

Fibrinogen, factor XIII, and red blood cells
in thrombosis

2/8/18

David Margolis, MD

Basic and translational research
towards an HIV cure

2/15/18

Peggy Cotter, PhD

New insight into virulence gene regulation in Bordetella pertussis may inform pertussis vaccine improvement

2/22/18

David Gerber, MD

"Regenerative Medicine:
Today's Science — Tomorrow's Patient"

3/1/18

Peter Gilligan, PhD

Three lessons learned from 40 years
as a clinical microbiologist

3/8/18

Mehmet Kesimer, PhD "Airway mucins as prognostic/diagnostic
and therapeutic target
"

3/15/18

DPLM Faculty Meeting with Dr. Wesley Burks

3/22/18

Gary Johnson, PhD

Assessing the response and adaptation of the breast cancer kinome to targeted kinase inhibition

3/29/18

Bernard Weissman, PhD

"More insights into rare human malignancies
How chromatin remodeling changes can drive human tumor development"

4/5/18

DPLM Faculty Meeting

 

4/12/18

Qing Zhang, PhD

Studying the oxygen sensing pathway in cancer

4/19/18

Resident Research Day

4/26/18

Graduate Student Research Day

5/3/18

Rita Nayar, MD

From Bethesda to Paris at LAST:
The value of standardized reporting systems

5/10/18

Scott Williams, PhD

Oral epithelia:
Development, stem cells, and cancer

5/17/18

Nichole Korpi-Steiner, PhD

Reference intervals and diagnostic ranges
for serum free kappa and free lambda
immunoglobulin light chains: What is normal?

5/24/18

Benjamin Calhoun, MD, PhD 

TBA

5/31/18

H. Shelton Earp, MD

TBA

6/7/18

Scott Commins, MD, PhD

Late night anaphylaxis: An evolving story of ticks, red meat, and glycosylation with global implications

6/14/18

Jennifer Martinez, PhD

Non-canonical autophagy mediates
immunosuppression during challenge