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40th Annual Postgraduate
Medicine Course
Renal Biopsy in Medical Diseases of the Kidneys


Wednesday - Saturday,
July 12 - 15, 2017
 Click here for further information and registration.
 

Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Event Calendar
for Residency Training, Seminars and Continuing Medical Education (CME)

LISTINGS FROM 18 JAN 2017 - 25 JAN 2017
 
Jan 18
Wednesday
08:30 AMBlue Tray Conference - Fenoglio Library
 
 
09:30 AMHematopathology Case Conference - PH15-1588
 
 
11:15 AMAutopsy Conference - Autopsy Suite
 
 
3:00 PMSystems Biology Distinguished Seminar Series - Irving Cancer Research Center Room 816
 "Evolution of the Virus World and Antivirus Defense: a Tangled Web"
Eugene Koonin, Ph.D.
National Institutes of Health
 
4:45 PMDermatopathology Unknowns - VC15-207 or VC15-202
 
 
 
Jan 19
Thursday
10:30 AMRNA and Chromosome Biology Symposium - Neurological Institute Auditorium
 “RNA Splicing as a Driver of Cancer: From Mechanisms to Therapies”
Heidi Dvinge, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
 
12:00 PMRNA and Chromosome Biology Symposium - HHSC (Hammer) 312
 12:00 – Teresa Davoli, Harvard Medical School
“Dissecting the Role of Genomic Copy Number Alterations During
Tumorigenesis”
2:45 – David Shechner, Harvard University
“New Methods for Probing and Harnessing Noncoding RNA Function”
4:00 – Colleen McHugh, Caltech
“Long Noncoding RNA-Protein Interactions and Function in Health and
Disease”
 
1:00 PMDermatopathology Unknowns - Dr. Silver’s Office, VC15
 
 
2:00 PMGI Case Review - Multiheaded Scope Room (VC15-202)
 
 
3:30 PMCP Case of the Week - PH3-329
 
 
6:00 PMNew York Pathological Society Meeting - Einhorn Auditorium (Lenox Hill Hospital); 131 E 76th Street
 Topic centers on lung pathology and speakers include Drs. Prasad Adusumilli
and William Travis of MSKCC.
For more details and to register, please visit http://www.nypathsociety.org/
 
 
Jan 20
Friday
08:30 AMBlue Tray Conference - Fenoglio Library
 
 
09:30 AMBrain Cutting - Autopsy Suite
 Neuropath Fellows, Autopsy and Neuropath Residents
 
11:30 AMAnatomic Pathology Lecture & Lunch - Humphrey's Auditorium VC14-240
 "Adventures in translational research: the end of the beginning?”
Dr. Govind Bhagat
 
12:30 PMCurrent Topics in Laboratory Medicine - PH 3-329
 "Clinical Whole Exome Sequencing in Constitutional Cases at Columbia
University"
Dr. Colleen Bilancia
 
 
Jan 23
Monday
12:00 PMDepartment of Pathology & Cell Biology Seminar - Humphreys Auditorium VC 14-240
 "Actin-microtubule Crosstalk Mediated by Formin, CLIP-170, and Friends"
Jessica Henty-Ridilla, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Biochmistry & Cell Biology
Brandeis University - Waltham, MA
 


 
 
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