February 4, 2016, 8:30 AM, **G100 Bondurant**
“Metaplasia: Pearls and Perils of Reserve Stem Cells and Reverse Differentiation”
Jason C. Mills, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University in St. Louis
February 11, 2016, 8:30 AM, **G100 Bondurant**
“Innate Anti-tumor and Anti-viral Immunity of γδ-T cells: Biological and Pre-clinical Models for the Adoptive Immunotherapy of Malignant and Infectious Diseases”
Richard D. Lopez, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke University
February 18, 2016, 8:30 AM, **G100 Bondurant**
“Myc-overexpression in Lymphoma”
Steven I. Park, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine, UNC–Chapel Hill
February 25, 2016, 8:30 AM, **G100 Bondurant**
“Cell Fate Control by Integrated E2F, FOXO, and AKT Signaling in Retinal Progenitor Cells and Retinoblastoma”
Timothy C. Hallstrom, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota
Grand Rounds is sponsored by the School of Medicine,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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- Learning Objectives for the Participants:
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1. Understand current mechanisms of diseases and/or treatments.
2. Be acquainted with improvements in diagnostic accuracy or classification systems.
3. Appreciate the value of scientific understanding of diseases for improving clinical management of patients.
4. Recognize possible opportunities to collaborate with speakers or other attendees/participants.
5. Discuss advances in pathology, medicine, and related disciplines and where possible, their translation to patient care.
6. Discuss the research and service interests of faculty, housestaff, and other department members at UNC and other institutions.
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