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Seminars 2017-2018

Fall 2017 | Spring 2018

 

 

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January 26

Presynaptic Na+ regulation of synaptic transmission

Dainan LiPh.D. candidate
Cell and Molecular biology
tulane university, New Orleans

Time: 4pm

Host: Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 204 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

February 2

Neurocircuitry of Stress Pathology and Stress Adaptation

James HermanDistinguished Research Professor
Donald C. Harrison Chair Department of Psychiatry 
Behavioral Neuroscience Director 
UC Neurobiology Research Center Director
Stress Neurobiology Laboratory
University of Cincinnati

Time: 4pm

Host: Jeff Tasker, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 
February 9

Gut feeling of BMP: an epithelium-derived niche signal for intestinal stem cell self-renewal and regeneration

Jin Jiangprofessor
Department of molecular biology and pharmacology
University of texas southwestern medical center, dallas, texas

February 23

UnTIE-ing the Mechanisms Behind Arteriovenous Malformations

Angela Crist Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology
Tulane University New Orleans, Louisiana

TBD


Grant Weiss Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Cell and molecular biology
tulane university new orleans, louisiana


Time: 4pm

Host: Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

March 9

Transcriptional control of cardiac remodeling

Eric M. SmallDepartment of medicine
Aab Cardiovascular research institute (cvri)
University of rochester

Time: 4pm

Host: Stryder Meadows, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

March 16

Probing the genetic and molecular basis of sporadic brain arteriovenous malformations

Joshua WytheDept. of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics/Cardiovascular Research Institute
Baylor College of Medicine

Time: 4pm

Host: Stryder Meadows, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

March 23

TBD

Jaideep BainsDepartment of physiology & Pharmacology
Journal of Physiology, Sr. Editor
Hotchkiss brain institute
University of calgary

Time: 4pm

Host: The Brain Institute & Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

April 6

A small leak with large roles: NALCN-UNC80-UNC79 sodium leak channel complex in intellectual disability


Dr. Dejian RenDepartment of Biology
University of Pennsylvania

Time: 4pm

Host: Hai Huang, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

April 13

Learning skeletal development from genetics diseases


Yingzi Yang, Ph.D.Professor of Developmental Biology
Harvard University School of Dental Medicine

Time: 4pm

Host:  Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

April 20

Multiple roles of GATA2 during lymphatic vascular development

Sathish SrinivasanOklahoma Medical research Foundation

Time: 4pm

Host: Shusheng Wang, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

April 27
The effect of adolescent socialization on psychiatric disease outcome

Will ParkinsonPh.D. candidate
Cell and molecular biology
Tulane University, New orleans , Louisiana

Time: 4pm

Host: Laurie Earls, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

October 6

Sodium channel dysfunction in autism spectrum disorder

Kevin J. Bender, Ph.DAssistant professor
Center for integrated neuroscience,
University of california, san francisco

Time: 4pm

Host: Hai Huang, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

October 20

Ultrafast endocytosis at synapses

Eric JorgensenDistinguished Professor, Department of Biology, University of Utah
Howard Hughes Medical Investigator
Adjunct Professor, Department of Human Genetics, University of Utah
Adjunct Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of Utah

Time: 4pm

Host: Laurie Earls / The Brain Institute

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

October 27

Cellular mechanisms of noradrenergic regulation of CRH neuron in the paraventricular nucleus of hypothalamus

Chun Chen            Ph.D. Candidate
department of cell and molecular biology, tulane university

The role of plasticity associated neural transcript short (Pants) in age-related cognitive decline


Sabrina Kragness
Ph.d. candidate
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Tulane University
Time: 4pm

Host: Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

November 6

Modeling Heart, Kidney and Blood Diseases in the Genomics Era

Zhe Han , Ph.D Associate Professor Children¹s National Medical Center
George Washington University School of Medicine

Time: 2pm

Host: Shusheng Wang

Location: 101 Richardson, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

November 10

Proteoglycans in eye development

Xin Zhang, Ph.D Columbia university

Time: 4pm

Host: Yiping Chen

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

November 17

TBA

Zhou Huang, Ph.D Peking university HEalth science center

Time: 4pm

Host: Fenglei He

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

December 1

TBA

Bethany Stone         Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Tulane University

Tianfang Yang          Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Tulane University

Time: 4pm

Host: Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

December 8

TBA

Drew Davidson Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology,Tulane University

Yi Yu                 Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology,Tulane University

Time: 4pm

Host: Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Location: 102 Jones, Tulane University Uptown Campus

 

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