Physiology and Biophysics

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12:00 pm “Regulation of Drosophila visual system development by juvenile hormone” – Presented by Department of Biology
“Regulation of Drosophila visual system development by juvenile hormone” – Presented by Department of Biology
Oct 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Lynn Riddleford, PhD Professor Emeritus Department of BiologyRead more
12:30 pm “Experimental Pathology: Rodent Models in Dental Research – Presented by Department of Oral Health Sciences @ Health Sciences Building
“Experimental Pathology: Rodent Models in Dental Research – Presented by Department of Oral Health Sciences @ Health Sciences Building
Oct 30 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Piper M. Treuting, D.V.M., M.S. Associate Professor, Comparative Medicine University of WashingtonRead more
3:30 pm “Host Recognition of Commensal Fungi in Health and Disease” – Presented by Department of Immunology @ South Lake Union
“Host Recognition of Commensal Fungi in Health and Disease” – Presented by Department of Immunology @ South Lake Union
Oct 30 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
David Underhill, PhD, Professor, Pathology and Lab Medicine Director, Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences and Translational Medicine Cedars-Sinai Health System and Research InstituteRead more
3:30 pm “Topographic mapping by Vagus motor neurons: a mater of time” – Presented by The Graduate Program in Neuroscience @ Health Sciences Building
“Topographic mapping by Vagus motor neurons: a mater of time” – Presented by The Graduate Program in Neuroscience @ Health Sciences Building
Oct 30 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Cecilia Moens, PhD, Member Division of Basic Science, FHCRC Affiliate Professor, Dept. of Biology, UWRead more
9:00 am “Looking at Cells and Molecules and Delivering Drugs with Ultrasound” – Presented by The Center for Cardiovascular Biology and The Mitochondria and Metabolism Center – Breakfast Club @ South Lake Union
“Looking at Cells and Molecules and Delivering Drugs with Ultrasound” – Presented by The Center for Cardiovascular Biology and The Mitochondria and Metabolism Center – Breakfast Club @ South Lake Union
Oct 31 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Matthew O’Donnell, PhD, Professor, Bioengineering & Engineering Mike Avekiou, PhD, Associate Professor of Engineering Thomas Matula, PhD, Senior Principal Physicist, UWRead more
10:30 am “TBA” – Presented by Department of Biochemistry @ Health
“TBA” – Presented by Department of Biochemistry @ Health
Oct 31 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Emily Hatch Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterRead more
2:30 pm “Structural basis for the regulation of GIRK channel gating by sodium PIP2, and G proteins” – Presented by Department of Pharmacology @ Health Sciences Building
“Structural basis for the regulation of GIRK channel gating by sodium PIP2, and G proteins” – Presented by Department of Pharmacology @ Health Sciences Building
Oct 31 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Matt R. Whorton, PhD Assistant Professor, Vollum Institute Oregon Health & Science UniversityRead more
4:00 pm “Nitric Oxide Signaling: From Prokaryotes to Humans” – Presented by Department of Microbiology @ Health Sciences Building
“Nitric Oxide Signaling: From Prokaryotes to Humans” – Presented by Department of Microbiology @ Health Sciences Building
Oct 31 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Michael A. Marletta, Ph.D. CH and Annie Li Chair in the Molecular Biology of Diseases Departments of Chemistry and Molecular and Cell Biology University of California, BerkeleyRead more
8:00 am “Harnessing the therapeutic potential of adoptively transferred cells” – Presented by Department of Medicine Grand Rounds @ Health Sciences Building
“Harnessing the therapeutic potential of adoptively transferred cells” – Presented by Department of Medicine Grand Rounds @ Health Sciences Building
Nov 2 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Aude G. Chapuis, MD, Assistant Professor, Division of Medical Oncology Assistant Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center University of Washington School of MedicineRead more
11:00 am “Phenotyping and Experimental Pathology 101” – Department of Comparative Medicine – Comparative Pathology & Animal Modeling to Maximize Reproducibility @ South Lake Union
1:00 pm “Adolescents and Young Adults in Foster Care: Using Mixed Methods Research to Improve Outcomes for a Vulnerable Population” – Presented by UW School of Medicine – Science in Medicine @ Genome Sciences Building
“Adolescents and Young Adults in Foster Care: Using Mixed Methods Research to Improve Outcomes for a Vulnerable Population” – Presented by UW School of Medicine – Science in Medicine @ Genome Sciences Building
Nov 2 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Kym R. Ahrens, MD, MPH UW Associate Professor, Adolescent Medicine, Dept. of Pediatrics Seattle Childrens Hospital & Research InstituteRead more
2:30 pm “Metabolomics of diet restriction in fruit flies” – Presented by Department of Pathology – Genetic Approaches to Aging Trainee Research Presentations
2:30 pm “Regulation and function of a C. elegans flavin-containing monoxygenase and its relevance to human aging and disease” – Presented by Department of Pathology – Genetic Approaches to Aging Trainee Research Presentations @ Genome Sciences Building
4:00 pm “Evolution and Brain Computation” – Presented by Department of Physiology & Biophysics – 2017 Lamport Lecture @ Health Sciences Building
“Evolution and Brain Computation” – Presented by Department of Physiology & Biophysics – 2017 Lamport Lecture @ Health Sciences Building
Nov 2 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Gilles Laurent, Ph.D., DVM, Director Max Planck Institute for Brain Research Frankfurt, GermanyRead more
4:00 pm “Two tales of pattern formation: Michael Faraday’s crispations and Alan Turing’s spots” – Presented by Department of Applied Mathematics – Boeing Distinguished Colloquia @ Smith Hall, UW
4:00 pm 2017 Lamport Lecture – Gilles Laurent @ T-739 HSB
2017 Lamport Lecture – Gilles Laurent @ T-739 HSB
Nov 2 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Evolution and brain computation I will introduce our work towards identifying principles of brain function and computation, focused on using comparative approaches and exploiting unusual model systems (reptiles, cephalopods) to study sleep, texture perception and...
4:30 pm “In Vitro Modeling of Alzheimer’s Disease using Patient-Derived Pluripotent Stem Cells” – Presented by Department of Neurology Grand Rounds @ Health Sciences Building
“In Vitro Modeling of Alzheimer’s Disease using Patient-Derived Pluripotent Stem Cells” – Presented by Department of Neurology Grand Rounds @ Health Sciences Building
Nov 2 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Jessica Young, PhD, Assistant Professor Department of Pathology University of WashingtonRead more