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:

May 1 Cancer-Focused Seminar Series
This message is from: Hui Feng, Assistant Professor
Location: BUSM Instructional Building Bakst Auditorium

Friday, May 1
Noon
BUSM Instructional Building, Bakst Auditorium

Presentation 1: “Biomarkers for Detection and Management of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma”
Tony E. Godfrey, PhD (view profile)

Presentation 2: the laboratory of Dr. Bennett Goldberg.

Presentation 3: the laboratory of Dr. Igor Kramnik. (view profile)


May 5 Adipose & Metabolic Tissue Study Group Seminar
This message is from: Donna Gibson, Administrator dgibson@bu.edu 638-7125
Location: 650 Albany Street, 7th Floor X-714

Tuesday, May 5
10-11 a.m.
650 Albany St., 7th Floor, X-714

“Environmental Endocrine Disruption of Adipose Physiology”
Robert Sargis, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Section of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, University of Chicago

Boston Nutrition Obesity Research Center, http://bnorc.org/


May 5 CTSI: Free help with Research Study Design or Statistical Analysis
This message is from: Howard Cabral/Professor ctsi@bu.edu
Location: BUSM Instructional Building L-107

Tuesday, May 5
11 a.m.-Noon
BUSM Instructional Building, L-107

For those planning for or currently conducting clinical or translational research and need study design or statistical analysis help for a study plan, grant proposal or manuscript submission, the BU CTSI is offering free sessions on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.

http://www.bu.edu/ctsi/resources/seminars-and-workshops/open-study-design-and-statistical-analysis-consultation/


May 5 Monthly Post-Doc, Student and Research Assistant Professor Seminar Series
This message is from: Department of Molecular & Cell Biology
Location: Evans 4th Floor Conference Room E-434

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 – Noon
Evans 4th Floor Conference Room E-434
Host:John C. Samuelson, M.D., Ph.D. 4-1054

“Yeast Cell Wall Integrity (CWI) pathway is implicated in the maintenance of genome integrity”
Li Liu, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Levin Lab

“Discovery of mitochondrial 3’ Processome in Trypanosoma brucei”
Takuma Suematsu, Postdoctoral Associate
Afasizhev lab


May 5 Department of Physiology & Biophysics
This message is from: Olga Gursky gursky@bu.edu 638-7894
Location: BUSM Housman Building R-103

Tuesday, May 5
1:30-2:45 p.m.
BUSM Housman Building, R-103

“Molecular Basis of ß-Amyloid Recognition with Conformational Antibody Fragments”
Isabel Morgado, PhD, Physiology & Biophysics, BUSM


May 12 Molecular and Cell Biology Dept. Distinguished Lecturer Seminar Series
This message is from:
Molecular and Cell Biology Dept.
Location: BUSM Evans Building E-434

Tuesday, May 12
Noon
BUSM Evans Building, E-434

“Cell-based Methods for Cryptosporidium Drug Development”
Christopher Huston, MD
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Vermont

For additional information contact host, Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, John C. Samuelson, MD, PhD, 4-1054. (view profile)