Sunday, October 01, 2017 - Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Program 4:00 PM | 108 N. Greene Street, Room 102 "Pathways to Parkinsonism" Speaker: Mark Cookson, PhD
Social Justice Lecture on the Child Welfare System 5:30 PM | HSF II Auditorium | 20 Penn St. Please join us for our lecture series with the School of Medicine Social Justice Curriculum. This semester the series will focus on childhood issues. We will be discussing the Child Welfare System.
GVN-IHV Special Seminar Prof. Johan Neyts, PhD on Antivirals 11:00 AM | Institute of Human Virology 6th Floor Conference Room Join renowned Prof. Johan Neyts, PhD of the Lab of Virology & Chemotherapy, Rega Inst for Medical Research, Univ of Leuven, Belgium, a GVN Center of Excellence
Microbiology & Immunology Seminar 4:00 PM | Health Sciences Facility II Auditorium Seminar with Richard Pope, MD
Physiology Seminar - Wei, Chao, MD, PHD, University of Maryland School of Medicine 12:00 PM | HSF II, Auditorium Physiology Seminar Series Presents â€śExtracellular RNA, Innate Immunity, and Sepsisâ€ť - Wei Chao, MD, PhD
PREP Interactive Forum My Life Journey to Biomedical Research 2:00 PM | BRB 10-033 My Life Journey to Biomedical Research Faculty Presentations
Baltimore PKD Symposium 2017 7:30 AM | Baltimore SMC Campus Center Elm Room 208-A The PKD Symposium features several speakers with extensive knowledge of PKD who will share information about their findings and research.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Program 4:00 PM | 108 N. Greene Street, Room 102 "Proteomic changes in melanoma cells that are resistant to BRaf, MEK1/2, or ERK1/2 inhibitors" Speaker: Paul Shapiro, PhD
Diverse Aging and Health: Analysis of Early Origins & Cumulative Inequality? 4:30 PM | UMBC Campus: Commons, Room 329 Presented by: The Doctoral Program in Gerontology at UMB/UMBC
Neurobiology Seminar by Dr. Elizabeth Quinlan 3:00 PM | HSF II Auditorium, 20 Penn Street "Recovery of juvenile-like synaptic plasticity in the adult mouse cortex via perisynaptic activation of MMP-9" by Elizabeth Quinlan, PhD, Professor, University of Maryland College Park
Microbiology & Immunology Seminar 4:00 PM | Health Sciences Facility II Auditorium Seminar with Niki Moutsopoulos, DDS, PhD
“Sex differences in the brain and behavior: from attacks to ATAC-seq” 12:00 PM | HSF II Auditorium â€śSex differences in the brain and behavior: from attacks to ATAC-seqâ€ť
Social Justice Lecture Series 5:00 PM | Health Science Facility Building II Auditorium | 20 Penn St. School of Medicine Social Justice Lecture Series on Child Sex Trafficking by Dr. Nadine Finigan-Carr
Developmental Brain Injury Journal-October 13 12:00 PM | HH 520 Brain mitochondrial oxidative metabolism during and after cerebral hypoxiaâ€“ischemia studied by simultaneous phosphorus magnetic-resonance and broadband near-infrared spectroscopy
Optimizing HIV Prevention in Nigeria: Is Epidemic Control Achievable? 12:00 PM | SMC Campus Center, Elm Ballroom 208A This discussion is part of the IGH Global Health Seminar series and will focus on HIV prevention in Nigeria
Get to Know AHRQ: Healthcare Research Funding 1:00 PM | 660 W. Redwood Street, Howard Hall, Room 224 This session will cover AHRQ's research priorities, funding opportunities, and how to write competitive applications.
Stem Cell Center Seminar Series 1:00 PM | Bressler Research Building Rm 7-035 We welcome Dr. Carol Marchetto as she presents her talk entitled "Modeling Autism Using Pluripotent Stem Cellsâ€ť
Microbiology & Immunology Seminar 4:00 PM | Health Sciences Facility II Auditorium Seminar with Christiane Wobus, PhD
Dean's Lecture Series: Virginia Lee Franklin Lecture 4:00 PM | UM School of Nursing Auditorium, Room 130 The 2017-18 School of Nursing Dean's Lecture Series, Virginia Lee Franklin Lecture: "Breast Cancer Risk & Prevention: The Facts, the Myths, & the Gray Areas in Between" by Emily Bellavance, MD, FACS.
Conflict Management for Scientists: Tips for Dealing with Conflicts Successfully 9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 208 This workshop combines didactic information with exercises to help you understand your current conflict style and explore other options to expand your conflict management toolbox.
Physical Rehabilitation Science Research Seminar Series 9:00 AM | Allied Health Building, 100 Penn St, Suite 511 "Dissecting the Reaction Time to Understand Planning, Deciding, and Learning" Speaker Adrian Haith, PhD, Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University
Tools for Industry Careers: Networking for Your Career 1:30 PM | Howard Hall 450 "Tools for Industry Careers" Series, featuring Brad Fackler, Senior Director of the Office of BioHealth and Life Science at the State of Maryland Department of Commerce
Neurobiology Seminar by Dr. A.J. Robison 4:00 PM | HSF II Auditorium, 20 Penn Street "Circuit-specific hippocampal gene expression drives susceptibility to depression" presented by Dr. A.J. Robison, Department of Physiology, Michigan State University
Ph.D. in Gerontology at UMB/UMBC Webinar Open House 12:00 PM | Online Webinar Earn your Ph.D. in Gerontology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore & Baltimore County (UMB/UMBC). Attend one of our upcoming Webinar Open Houses.
Special Symposium on Professionalism 4:00 PM | VA Medical Center, 3rd floor conference room (3A-300) Lynn E. Webb, PhD, Assistant Dean for Faculty Development, School of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center will present "Promoting Professional Accountability, Teamwork and Safety."
Special Symposium on Professionalism 10:00 AM | School of Nursing Lecture Hall, Room 140, 655 W. Lombard St. Lynn E. Webb, PhD, Asst. Dean for Faculty Development, School of Medicine at Vanderbilt Univ. Medical Center will present "Professional Accountability & the Pursuit of a Culture of Safety & Respect."
Rigor & Reproducibility in Biomedical Research 10:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 349 Dr. Judy Hewitt from NIAID will speak about the problem of reproducibility in biomedical research, the NIH policy and resources, as well as take questions.
Special Session of the Medicine Grand Rounds 12:00 PM | Shock Trauma Auditorium, 22 S Greene St. Lynn E. Webb, PhD, will present "Promoting A Culture of Professionalism"
Research Seminar: "Epithelial-macrophage crosstalk: a potential role of microvesicles" 1:00 PM | The Hosick Lecture Room (Bressler Building, 655 W. Baltimore St.) Research Seminar: "Epithelial-macrophage crosstalk: a potential role of microvesicles" by Dr. Yang Jin - Boston University
Microbiology & Immunology Seminar 2:00 PM | Health Sciences Facility II Auditorium Seminar with Peggy Cotter, PhD
SOM Council Meeting including State of the School Address 3:30 PM | Leadership Hall School of Medicine Council Meeting
Dean's Lecture Series: Millicent Geare Edmunds Lecture 3:00 PM | UM School of Nursing auditorium, Room 130 2017-18 School of Nursing Dean's Lecture Series: "The Impact of Social Determinants on the Health and Well-Being of Baltimore's Communities: A Plan for Action" by Leana S. Wen, MD, MSc, FAAEM
Identifying Funding Sources for Faculty 9:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore St., MSTF Building, Room 316 This interactive workshop will assist faculty in identifying non-NIH sources of funding for their research.
PREP Interactive Forum-Information on MD/PhD programs 2:00 PM | BRB-10-033 STAR-PREP scholars will receive an overview of MD/PhD programs and the application process
Tips for Improving your Scientific Writing: Scientific Writing Seminar Series 9:00 AM | 660 W. Redwood Street, Howard Hall, Room 450 This seminar focuses on tips for writing a clear scientific research paper, with an emphasis on the structure and content of a paper, but also providing some writing tips.
Training Program in Integrative Membrane Biology (TPIMB) Seminar Dr. Teresa Giraldez 12:00 PM | Health Sciences Facility II, Room 600 Training Program in Integrative Membrane Biology (TPIMB) Seminar