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Seminars and Events
2017


Monday, September 18
2:30 PM Seminar. Benjamin Sun, MD, MPP, Associate Professor and Director, Research Fellowship, Department of Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health and Science University, "Early non-invasive testing for suspected acute coronary syndrome - time for a paradigm shift?" ICRC Auditorium.
Tuesday, September 19
Noon Pharmacology Seminar. Wolfgang Liektke, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology, Anesthesiology and Neurobiology at Duke University Medical Center, "TRPV4-mediated inflammation and injury from a translational-medical perspective." BB 724.
4:30 PM The Dean's Distinguished Lecture in the Basic Sciences. Rene Hen, PhD, Professor of Neuroscience and Pharmacology (in Psychiatry) at Columbia University and Director of Division of Integrative Neuroscience at New York State Psychiatric Institute, "The Ventral Hippocampus and Mood." P&S Alumni Auditorium.
5:00 PM Department of Systems Biology Faculty Seminar. Dr. Saeed tavazoie, "Extreme cellular adaptation." ICRC 816.
Wednesday, September 20
Noon Microbiology and Immunology Seminar. John O'Shea, MD, Senior Investigator, NIAMS, NIH, Chief, Molecular Immunology and Inflammation Branch, Scientific Director, NIAMS, NIH, "Genomic Views of Lymphocyte Differentiation and Activation." HHSC 301.
4:00 PM Columbia Stem Cell Initiative (CSCI) Seminar. Janet Rossant, Senior Scientist, Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto, "Establishing Pluripotency in the Early Embryo." HHSC 301.
4:30 PM Data, Ethics and Decision-Making Lecture. Dr. Jeannette M Wing, Avanessians Director of the Data Science Institute, "Using Data for Good: What does it mean?" Uris Hall 301.
Thursday, September 21
11:30 AM Columbia Stem Cell Initiative (CSCI) Work in Progress. Lina Sui, D. Egli Laboratory, "Making pancreatic beta cells from human pluripotent stem cells of type 1 diabetes patient." and Evgenia Verovskaya, E. Passegue Laboratory, "Inflammatory changes in the bone marrow drive both niche and hematopoietic system remodeling during aging." HHSC 401.
Friday, September 22
10:00 AM Data Science Institute Colloquium. Benjamin Recht, UC Berkeley, &quto;What Can Deep Learning Learn from Linear Regression." Davis Auditorium.
11:00 AM Biomedical Engineering Seminar. Garrett B Stanley, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, "Reading and Writing the Neural Code: Challenges in Neuroengineering." Schermerhorn 614.
Tuesday, September 26
4:00 PM The Samuel Rudin Distinguished Visiting Professorship Lecture. Mark B. McClellan, MD, PhD, Robert J. Margolis Professor of Business, Medicine, and Policy, Director of Margolis Center for Health Policy, Duke University, "Health Care Reform and Clinician Leadership." Alumni Auditorium.
Thursday, September 28
Noon Seminar in Neurobiology. Claude Desplan, PhD, Department of Biology at NYU, "Evolution of Visual and Olfactory Perception." NI Auditorium.
5:00 PM The 43rd Annual Andrew Mark Lippard Memorial Lecture. Josep Dalmau, MD, PhD, FAAN, Research Professor, Catalan Institute for Research and Advanced Studies, Hospital Clinic - IDIBAPS, University of Barcelona, Adjunct Professor of Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, "Antibody - Medicated Encephalitis: Symptoms and Mechanisms." NI Alumni Auditorium, 710 West 168th Street, 1st Floor.
Friday, September 29
Noon Thesis Defense Seminar in Neurobiology and Behavior Program. Christophe Dupre, Rafael Yuste Laboratory, "Non-Overlapping Neural Networks in Hydra Vulgaris." Fairchild Hall 700.
Tuesday, October 10
Noon Institute for Cancer Genetics Seminar. Dirk Remus, PhD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, "Dynamics of Eukaryotic Replication Forks Reconstituted with Purified Proteins." ICRC Florence Irving Autitorium.
Wednesday, October 25
3:00 PM epiCURE Skin Disease Resource-Based Center and Alopecia Areata Center of Research Translation Seminar. Chetan Seshadri, MD, Assistant Professor of Division of Allergy and Infectious Disease, University of Washington, "T cell Memory to Lipid Antigens." HHSC 301.

 
 
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