Events

PAST EVENTS

2019

Postdoc Candidate Seminar for Cherry Lab: Leah VandenBosch, PhD Candidate

July 29, 2019

 “Epigenetic Regulation of Mammalian Retinal Regeneration”


Faculty Candidate Seminar: Karina Nakayama, PhD – Stanford University

July 1, 2019

“The Role of ECM Spatial Patterning in Bioengineering Cardiovascular and Musculoskeletal Tissues”


Seattle Children’s Inter-Center Discovery Seminar: Daniela Luquetti, MD, PhD

June 20, 2019

“Candidate genes for Craniofacial Microsomia and Microtia”


Seattle Children’s Research Institute Sequencing Workshop

May 24, 2019

The aim of this workshop is to strengthen research efforts at SCRI by building a local community, sharing recent work, and discussing resources and methods.

Hosted by Tim Cherry and David Beier, sponsored by Illumina


Visiting Scientist Seminar: Francis Smith, PhD – University of Colorado, Denver Anschutz Medical Campus

May 7, 2019

“My life with Treacher Collins syndrome and its connection to my craniofacial research and advocacy”

Hosted by Michael Cunningham, MD, PhD


Postdoc Candidate Seminar for Nigam Lab: Serena Cao, MPH, CPH, PhD Candidate

April 19, 2019

 “Arsenic in chemotherapy induces pulmonary side effects in Acute Myeloid Leukemia patients, through Surfactant Protein B dysregulation”


Faculty Candidate Seminar: Fumika Hamada, PhD – University of Cincinnati

April 15, 2019

“Temperature homeostasis: circadian rhythms and hunger”


Postdoc Candidate Seminar for Nigam Lab: Anna Mammel, PhD Candidate

March 18, 2019

“Distinct roles for endosomal regulators Mtmr5 and Mtmr13 in axo-glial interactions and myelination”


Visiting Scientist Seminar: Paul Greer, PhD – University of Massachusetts Medical Center

March 15, 2019

“MS4A chemoreceptors in Alzheimer’s Disease”

Hosted by Tim Cherry, PhD


Seattle Children’s Inter-Center Discovery Seminar: David Beier, MD, PhD

February 21, 2019

“Heterozygous selection in human populations identifies genes required for mammalian development”


Faculty Candidate Seminar: Satoshi Namekawa, PhD – University of Cincinnati

February 7, 2019

“Epigenetics in the germline: mechanisms to prepare the next generation of life”


Seattle Children’s Inter-Center Discovery Seminar: Murat Maga, PhD

January 17, 2019

“3D modeling of pediatric skull growth”

2018

Postdoc Candidate Seminar for Shih Lab: Stefan Stamekovic, PhD

December 11, 2018

“Investigation of pathophysiological changes in the brain of the transgenic rat model of ALS”


Faculty Candidate Seminar: Robert Cornell, PhD – University of Iowa

December 6, 2018

“The zebrafish periderm gene regulatory network and its relevance to risk for orofacial clefting”


Postdoc Candidate Seminar for Shih Lab: Stephanie Bonney, PhD Candidate

November 29, 2018

“Building and breaking down the blood-brain barrier”


Seattle Children’s Inter-Center Discovery Seminar: Andy Shih, PhD

November 15, 2018

“In Vivo Imaging of the Neurovasculature from Birth to Senescence”


Faculty Candidate Seminar: Leif Oxburgh, DVM, PhD – Tufts University

November 8, 2018

“Understanding the niche that controls nephron specification”


Faculty Candidate Seminar: Tamara Caspary, PhD – Emory University

November 1, 2018

“Signaling through the Primary Cilium”

Faculty Candidate Seminar: David Katz, PhD – Emory University

October 25, 2018

“Novel epigenetic functions for the histone demethylase LSD1 in inherited disorders and Alzheimer’s Disease”


Postdoc Candidate Seminar for Cherry Lab: Eric Thomas, PhD

October 16, 2018

“Distinct Progenitor Populations Mediate Regeneration in the Zebrafish Lateral Line”


Visiting Scientist Seminar: Ronald Kwon, PhD – University of Washington

August 2, 2018

“Understanding the Genetics of Osteoporosis Through Deep Skeletal Phenotyping in Zebrafish”

Hosted by Murat Maga, PhD


Faculty Candidate Seminar: Summer Thyme, PhD – Harvard Medical School

July 26, 2018

“Whole-organism phenotyping defines schizophrenia candidate genes and their shared functions”


Seattle Children’s Inter-Center Discovery Seminar: Tim Cherry, PhD

May 17, 2018

“The Non-Coding Genome in Human Visual Disorders”