Seminars

Events

Events, Workshops & Retreats

For more information about Research Events, Workshops and Retreats at GSDM, including The Annual Research Retreat and Science Day, please visit the link above.

National & International Conferences

For details on GSDM’s presence at National and International Conferences, please see the link above.

Upcoming Seminars:

June 2 Adipose Seminar
This message is from:
Donna Gibson, Administrator dgibson@bu.edu 638-7125
Location: 650 Albany St., 7th Floor X-714

Tuesday, June 2
10-11 a.m.
650 Albany St., 7th Floor, X-714
Coffee and light refreshments provided

“Environmental PPARgamma Ligands: What are they doing to our metabolic and bone health?”

Jennifer Schlezinger, PhD (view profile)
Associate Professor, Environmental Health, Boston University School of Public Health

Adipose & Metabolic Tissue Study Group Seminar
Boston Nutrition Obesity Research Center, bnorc.org


June 5 Special Seminar
This message is from:
Donna Gibson, Administrator dgibson@bu.edu 638-7125
Location: 650 Albany Street, 7th Floor Room 715

Friday, June 5, 2015
10-11 a.m.
650 Albany St., 7th Floor, Room 715

“More Than Just Muscle: Beneficial Effects of Exercise on Adipose Tissue”

David Wright, PhD
Associate Professor and Tier II Canada Research Chair, Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences, University of Guelph, Guelph Ontario Canada

Sponsored by Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research (ECIBR)
Affinity Research Collaborative (ARC) Sex Differences in Adipose Tissue Biology
and Related Metabolic Disease


June 5 Cancer Seminar Series
This message is from:
Dr. Hui Feng huifeng@bu.edu
Location: 72 East Concord St. BUSM Instructional Building, Room L-110

Friday, June 5
Noon
BUSM Instructional Building, L-110

Monthly Cancer Seminar Series.

“Epigenetic Targets for Melanoma Therapy”
Dr. Muzhou Wu
Alani Laboratory

“AMPK Inhibition of TGF-Beta-Induced Gene Expression, Cancer Cell Migration and EMT”
Dr. Zhijun Luo (view profile)
Luo Laboratory


June 9 CReM Seminar
This message is from:
Meenakshi Lakshminarayanan mnarayan@bu.edu
Location: EBRC, 650 Albany St. X715

Tuesday, June 9
9 a.m.
650 Albany St., EBRC, X-715 Seminar Room
Bagels and coffee will be provided.

“Terminal Cell Fate: Inherited or Acquired?”
Esteban O Mazzoni, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, NYU

Embryonic stem cell (ESC) differentiation has the potential to be instrumental in cell-based therapies and in vitro disease modeling and chemical screens. To fulfill those expectations, ESCs have to be directed at high efficiency to disease-relevant cell types, either by the application of extracellular signals or direct programming by forced expression of transcription factors. Therefore, our long-term goal is to understand how extracellular signals and transcription factors control cell fate and apply that knowledge to differentiate ESC into disease-relevant neuronal cell types.

http://biology.as.nyu.edu/object/EstebanMazzoni.html


June 10 Adolescents in Research: Ethical and Practical Challenges
This message is from:
Mary-Tara Roth, RN, MSN, MPH mtroth@bu.edu 638-8876
Location: BUSM Instructional Building L-109

Wednesday June 10
5:30-7 p.m.
BUSM Instructional Building, Room L-109
Sign-in, refreshments and networking start at 5 p.m.

“Adolescents in Research: Ethical and Practical Challenges”

Matt Stafford, Assistant Director of Clinical Research Compliance, Boston Children’s Hospital
Carolyn Dunbar-Masterson, Clinical Research Nurse, Boston Children’s Hospital

The BUMC Clinical Research Resources Office (CRRO), in conjunction with the ACRP New England Chapter, presents a lecture describing special considerations that apply to adolescents in clinical research and practical strategies for recruitment and retention. Light refreshments will be served.

Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Mary-Tara Roth, RN, MSN, MPH: mtroth@bu.edu

The Clinical Research Resources Office (CRRO) is supported by the BUMC Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI), Department of Medicine and Office of Clinical Research. For more information see www.bumc.bu.edu/crro.