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Seminars and Events
2016 - 2017

Thursday, August 25
Noon Columbia Center for Human Development Seminar. Dr. Danwei Huangfu, Assistant Professor, Cell & Developmental Biology Program, Weill Cornell Medical College; Assistant Member, Developmental Biology Program, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, "Human Development through the Lens of Pluripotent Stem Cells." BB 8–-814.
2:00 PM Neuroscience Seminar. Dr. Avner Wallach, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa, "Representation of Whisker Self-motion in the Early Stages of the Vibrissal System." HHSC 5th Floor Conference Room.
Tuesday, September 6
2:00 PM Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine Thesis Defense Seminar. Wolfgang Pernice, Laboratory of Dr. Liza Pon, "Asymetric Mitochondrial Inheritance and Retention in the Regulation of Aging in S. Cerevisiae." Humphreys Auditorium, VC 14-240.
Friday, September 9
Noon Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Studies Thesis Defense Seminar. Chenshu Liu, Laboratory of Dr. Yinghui Mao, "Cytoskeletal Regulations of Centromere Maintenance and Functions in Mammalian Cell Cycle." Humphreys Auditorium, VC 14-240.
Thursday, September 15
4:30 PM Department of Ophthalmology Research Grand Rounds. Dr. Anand Swaroop, Senior Investigator and Chief, Neurobiology, Neurodegeneration & Repair Laboratory, National Eye Institute-NIH, "Gene Networks Guiding Photoreceptor Development, Evolution and Disease." EI 7th Floor Amphitheatre.
5:00 PM Center for the Study of Social Difference Seminar. Dr. James Tabery, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy; Adjunct Associate Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine, University of Utah, "Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics, and Culture." Schermerhorn Extension 754.
Thursday, September 29
5:00 PM The 42nd Annual Andrew Mark Lippard Memorial Lecture. Dr. Mary E. Hatten, Professor and Head, Laboratory of Developmental Neurobiology, The Rockefeller University, "Mechanisms of Cerebellar Development: Migration, Circuit Formation and Synaptic Plasticity." NI Alumni Auditorium.
Friday, October 14
11:00 AM The 38th Stephanie Lynn Kossoff Memorial Lecture. Dr. Wendy K. Chung, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine; Director of Precision Medicine, Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, "Precision Medicine for Cystic Fibrosis." P&S Amphitheater 1.

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