Seminars & Events
Current Topics in Experimental Pathology (Pathology 504)
The goal of this Student Seminar Series is to develop critical thinking and to practice public speaking skills in an informal setting. All students get an opportunity to present their research work to the faculty and fellow students on a yearly basis.
Semianars on Wednesdays, 4-5pm, 2-6408
10/1/14, Jenna Frame, "Wnt Signaling Regulates Runx1-mediated Hematopoietic Emergence in the Mammalian Embryo"
9/24/14, Bisi Lawal, Osteoblastic Jagged 1 is a Critical Regulator of Skeletal Bone Remodeling"
9/17/14, Jon Cherry, "Alternatively Activated Microglia Contribute to AB Plaque Clearance in a Murine Model of Alzheimer"s Disease"
9/3/14, Ayse Kizilyer, "Neurotrophin Signaling in Megakaryopoiesis and Thrombopoiesis"
Graduate students, residents, and fellows create poster presentations for the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine's annual research day. This event provides an opportunity for departmental trainees to share the results of their work with the larger Medical Center community.
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Seminar Series
This is the Pathology Department's main conference, held Mondays at noon during the academic year. It brings together faculty, residents, graduate students, and other individuals from the Department and Medical Center. At the seminar, investigators from within and outside the University present their current research into the pathogenesis of a broad spectrum of human diseases.
To view the schedule of these seminars and/or view the seminar online, click on the link below:
Medical Center Conferences and Events
The Medical Center as a whole provides many additional opportunities for students to participate in conferences and special events.
For more information and details on how to apply please visit the Office for Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs.