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Department of MCP Seminar Series

Dr. Jeremy Foote

One hour seminars given by faculty throughout the institution and outside guest speakers dealing with naturally occurring diseases of animals that relate to medical research and human disease, and with animal models of human disease.

When

The seminar series takes place weekly in various rooms given by different faculty.  The time is the same though.  

Every Friday from 1:30pm - 2:30pm unless otherwise noted. 

One Medicine | Seminar Schedule

DatePresenterTitleRoom
01/06/2017Dr. Chris Zink

How and When to use Adobe Illustrator

Darner G007
01/13/2017Dr. Anna Goodroe & Dr. Meghan Vermillion“Clinical Management and Refinement Strategies for Cranial Implants in Common Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)” and “Intrauterine Zika virus infection of pregnant immunocompetent mice models transplacental transmission and altered perinatal outcomesDarner
01/20/2017Dr. Sarah BeckMinipig model of transplant medicine: morbitity and mortality at Johns HopkinsDarner
01/27/2017Dr. Lisa Mangus

National Aquarium morbity and mortality

Darner
02/03/2017Dr. Sarah Beck

Minipig model of transplant medicine: morbidity and mortality at Johns Hopkins

Darner
02/10/2017Drs. Lauren Peiffer & BK Kang“Research Adventures of a First Year Graduate Student” and “Single-Step Induction of Right-Sided Colon Cancer Phenotype by BRAFV600E Through Acquired WNT Activation”Darner
02/17/2017Dr. Gerald Brandacher

The Johns Hopkins Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation (VCA) Research Program”

Darner
02/24/2017

Dr. Chris Zink

Photoshop wet lab - Hands-on photoshopping of your own imagesDarner
03/03/2017Drs. Tahsa Crawford & Alicia Braxton“Exploring the Role of "Light Touch" Mechanoreceptors in the Pathophysiology of Pain” and  “Determining the Role of Platelets Following Infection with Mouse Cytomegalovirus”Darner
03/10/2017 

No Meeting

Darner
03/17/2017

Dr. Mattias Ostrowski

“Extracellular Vesicles released by HIV-1infected CD4+ T cells promote immune activation in uninfected bystander cells: Role of Hypoxia Inducible Factor 1 alpha”.Darner
03/24/2017 

TBD

Darner
03/31/2017Dr. Kristina Howard

 

Darner
04/07/2017Drs. Stephanie Myers & Logan France

 

Darner
04/14/2017Drs. Casey Kissel & Jeremy FooteTBDDarner
04/21/2017TBD

 

Darner
04/28/2017

TBD

 Darner
05/05/2017Drs. Dillon Muth & Diane Peters

TBD

Darner
05/12/2017TBD

 

Darner
05/19/2017

TBD

 Darner
05/26/2017

TBD

 Darner

 

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