Search Seminars Database (2001-present)
(Wednesdays at 11am in Room 611, Basic Science Bldg.)
Coordinated by Antonis Kourtidis, Ph.D.

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327 records found.
Jun 1, 2018James WeissDistinguished Professor of Medicine & Physiology; Chief of Cardiology, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLAThings that learn versus things that dont: Machine learning, artificial intelligence, biology and medicineSpecial seminar - Friday
May 23, 2018Michael YostProfessor, Department of Surgery, MUSCBedside to Bench: Skeletal Muscle Tissue Engineeringco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
May 9, 2018Andrew EwaldProfessor, Department of Cell Biology, Johns Hopkins School of MedicineCellular and molecular mechanisms of breast cancer metastasisco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Apr 25, 2018Eric MeissnerAssistant Professor, Department of Medicine, MUSCCan HCV Teach Us How to Tackle HIV?: Understanding Heterogeneity in the Interferon Response to Chronic Viral Infectionco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Apr 17, 2018Tim LyonsProfessor and Chair, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Medical Genetics, Department of MedicineDiverse Vascular Complications of Diabetes: Common Mechanisms?Special Seminar: Tuesday! Co-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Apr 11, 2018Nico KatsanisProfessor, Department of Cell Biology, Duke University School of MedicineThe complexity of simple geneticsco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Mar 28, 2018Betty TsaoProfessor, Department of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology & Immunology, MUSCA missense mutation in neutrophil cytosolic factor 1 (NCF1) is associated with susceptibility to multiple autoimmune diseasesco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Mar 26, 2018Jonathan D. BrownBrigham and Women's Hospital Harvard Medical School Boston, MAThe role of BET epigenetic reader proteins in cardiovascular disease
Mar 21, 2018Gustavo LeoneProfessor and Director, Hollings Cancer Center, MUSCThe RB Tumor Suppressor Pathway: E2F functions in development and cancerco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Mar 7, 2018Visu PalanisamyAssociate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MUSCA friend or foe: Role of RNA-binding proteins in cancerco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Feb 28, 2018Christopher D. WilleyAssociate Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of MedicineThe Model Matters: How To Maximize Patient-Derived Xenograft Potential Through Miniaturization
Feb 21, 2018Martina BruecknerProfessor, Yale School of MedicineCilia Guide the Heart: A Journey from Developmental Biology to Human Genetics
Feb 7, 2018Henry M. SucovProfessor, University of Southern California Keck School of MedicineHeart Growth and Regeneration: Crossing the Line
Jan 31, 2018Saulius SumanasAssociate Professor, Cincinnati Childrens HospitalHow to make a blood vessel: insight from the zebrafish
Jan 24, 2018Bart SmitsAssistant Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, MUSCGenetically engineered rodent models reveal mechanisms underlying breast cancer susceptibilityco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Jan 17, 2018Yi ZhuInstructor, UT SouthwesternIntercellular and Interorgan Communication in Metabolismco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Jan 10, 2018Jorge MuneraPostdoctoral Fellow, Cincinnati Childrens HospitalEstablishment of pluripotent stem cell derived human colonic organoids to study developmentco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Nov 29, 2017Valeri Vasioukhin‎Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer CenterCell-cell adhesion mechanisms in regulation of normal tissue homeostasis and cancerco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Nov 15, 2017Gary HardimanProfessor, Department of Medicine and Public Health Sciences, MUSCNutrition, endocrine disruption, gene-environment interactions - A systems biology perspectiveco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Nov 8, 2017Alison McBrideSenior Investigator, NIH Intramural ProgramThe Study of Strategies and Mechanisms of Papillomavirus Replication in Human Keratinocytesco-hosted by the College of Graduate Studies - MCBP program
Nov 1, 2017Don RockeyProfessor, Department of Medicine, MUSCMyofibroblasts in wound healingco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Oct 25, 2017Vamsi GangarajuAssistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MUSCMolecular Mechanisms of piRNA pathway
Oct 18, 2017Andrew KowalczykProfessor, Departments of Cell Biology and Dermatology, Emory UniversityCadherin Tales: Regulation of cell migration and angiogenesis by VE-cadherin endocytosis
Oct 11, 2017David TurnerAssistant Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, MUSCThe Molecular Implications of Lifestyle Associated Metabolites (AGEs) to Cancer & Cancer Disparityco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
Sep 27, 2017Marcelo VargasAssistant Professor, Department of Cell and Molecular Pharmacology, MUSCAstrocyte-motor neuron interaction in ALS models
Sep 20, 2017Kyu-Ho LeeAssistant Professor, Departments of Pediatrics (Cardiology) and OB-GYN and Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCThe tinman at the heart of congenital and gestational disease: Nkx2-5 driven pathways in cardiac and placental development
Aug 23, 2017Robert SchwartzAssistant Professor, Weill Medical College, Cornell UniversityModeling Human Disease Using Stem Cells Derived & Primary Cell Platformsco-hosted by the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Core Center
May 24, 2017Sang-Ho KwonAssistant Professor, College of Medicine, MUSCExosome biogenesis in epithelial morphogenesis and regeneration
May 17, 2017Lin LiuRegents Professor of Physiological Sciences, Lundberg-Kienlen Endowed Chair in Biomedical Research, Director, Oklahoma Center for Respiratory and Infectious Diseases Director, Interdisciplinary Program in Regenerative Medicine at OSU, Oklahoma State UnivEngineering Stem Cells for Pulmonary Diseases Therapy
May 11, 2017Saresh VermaTemple School of MedicineMending the broken heart: The evolution of Novel Therapeutic AgentsNote - Thursday Seminar
May 10, 2017Carl AtkinsonAssociate Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, MUSCComplement inhibition in cardiac transplantation - the why, when and how
May 9, 2017Maria KontaridisHarvard Medical SchoolUsing iPSCs to delineate the molecular mechanisms of RASopathy disordersNote - Tuesday Seminar
May 3, 2017Dennis KyleDirector, Center for Tropical & Emerging Global Diseases Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar Professor of Cellular Biology and Infectious Diseases, University of GeorgiaUnravelling the mysteries of dormant stages and drug resistance in malaria
Apr 26, 2017Seok-Hyung KimAssistant Professor in the Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine, MUSCzebrafish models of inborn errors of metabolic liver disorder
Apr 19, 2017Christina Voelkel-JohnsonAssociate Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, MUSCImproving the Quality of T cells for Cancer Immunotherapy with N-Acetyl-Cysteine
Apr 12, 2017John J. LemastersProfessor and GlaxoSmithKline Distinguished Endowed Chair Director, Center for Cell Death, Injury and Regeneration Departments of Drug Discovery & Biomedical Sciences and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, MUSCIron Translocation from Lysosomes to Mitochondria in Hepatic Injury
Apr 11, 2017Sarah SchumacherTemple UniversityUnique Domain features of GRK2 and Roles in Cardiovascular DiseaseNote - Tuesday Seminar
Apr 7, 2017Peter KohlProfessor and Chair, Cardiac Biophysics and Systems Biology at National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College, LondonSeeing is believing: imaging as a driver of insightNote - Friday Seminar at 11 am
Apr 5, 2017Hongjun WangProfessor, Department of Surgery, MUSCGRP94 Gene Expression is Essential for Pancreatic β Cell Development
Mar 29, 2017Jacob CornAssistant Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Structural Biology, and Scientific Director, Innovative Genomics Initiative, University of California, BerkeleyCRISPR-Cas9 from Biology to TherapyNote - Special Room - BEB 112
Mar 28, 2017Kristine DeleonInstructor, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MSChronic Inflammation: Getting to the Heart of the MatterNote - Tuesday Seminar (noon)
Mar 22, 2017Anand MehtaSmartState Endowed Chair of Proteomic Biomarkers and Professor, Department of Cell and Molecular Pharmacology, MUSCFucosylation: the sweet side of liver disease
Feb 22, 2017Stephen Dalton Professor and GRA Eminent Scholar Molecular Cell Biology, University of GeorgiaHow human pluripotent stem cells can help us understand metabolism and metabolic disease
Feb 15, 2017Amanda LaRueAssociate Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, MUSCHematopoietic Stem Cells in Fracture Repair
Feb 7, 2017Ge TaoBaylor College of MedicinePitx2 Signaling and Redox Balance during Myocardial RegenerationNote - Tuesday seminar
Feb 2, 2017Junsu KangDuke UniversityFishing for Regulators of Tissue RegenerationNote - Thursday seminar
Jan 11, 2017L. Ashley CowartAssociate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyHow bioactive lipid metabolism contributes to obesity-related disease
Jan 11, 2017Ashley CowartAssociate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MUSCHow bioactive lipid metabolism contributes to obesity-related disease
Jan 5, 2017William PastorPostdoctoral Fellow, Department of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology, UCLAEpigenetic regulation in naive human embryonic stem cellsNote - Thursday Seminar
Dec 21, 2016Ashley SeifertAssistant Professor, Department of Biology, University of KentuckyImmune cell dynamics during epimorphic regeneration in spiny mice
Dec 15, 2016Adam GraczResearch Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Stem cell dynamics in gastrointestinal tissuesNote - Thursday Seminar
Dec 14, 2016Maria KontaridisAssociate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical SchoolSHP2 in cardiac development and disease: from congenital heart disease to lupus
Dec 13, 2016Kelly WhelanResearch Associate, University of PennsylvaniaAutophagy: A double-edged sword in esophageal diseaseNote - Tuesday Seminar
Dec 7, 2016Victoria FindlayAssistant Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, MUSCmicroRNA involvement in mammary gland development and breast cancer
Nov 9, 2016Jin O-UchiAssistant Professor of Medicine at Brown University Physiological and pathophysiological role of mitochondrial calcium influx mechanism
Nov 2, 2016Giulio AgnettiAssistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of MedicineNew Paradigms in Heart Failure: Following the Mass Spec All the Way to the Imaging Suite
Oct 19, 2016Joseph C. BesharseMarjorie & Joseph Heil Professor in Ophthalmology Research, Director, the Eye Institute Medical College of WisconsinCiliogenesis, IFT and Photoreceptor Membrane Renewal.
Oct 12, 2016Daniel P. JudgeAssociate Professor of Medicine, Cardiology Division, Johns Hopkins University School of MedicineTranslational Research in Genetic Cardiomyopathies
Sep 28, 2016Bin ZhouProfessor, Departments of Genetics and Pediatrics, Albert Einstein College of MedicineHeart Develoment and Disease: An Outlook from the Endocardium
Sep 21, 2016Edward KrugRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCIndividual Development Planning for Trainees and Faculty
Sep 14, 2016Chrystal PaulosAssociate Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, MUSCHarnessing anti-tuomr T cells for therapeutic good
Sep 7, 2016Peter KalivasNeuroscience, MUSCMechanisms of relapse hiding in the tetrapartite synapse
Jun 1, 2016Samar M. HammadAssociate Professor, Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCBlood sphingolipidomics as signaling and metabolic markers for disease
May 11, 2016Chip NorrisRegenerative Medicine, MUSCThe Genetic Landscape of Mitral and Aortic Valve Disease Informs Novel Developmental Paradigms
Apr 27, 2016Sherine ChanDrug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences, MUSCMitochondrial DNA Stability and Tissue Regeneration
Apr 20, 2016Zihai LiMicrobiology and Immunology, MUSCERM proteins and regulatory T cells: the unexpected connection
Apr 14, 2016Rachelle W. JohnsonBasic Life Science Research Associate, Stanford UniversityLeukemia inhibitory factor receptor (LIFR) controls dormancy in metastatic breast cancerThursday Seminar
Apr 13, 2016Rick G. SchnellmannProfessor, College of Pharmacy, SCCP Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences, MUSCDrug Discovery in Tissue Regeneration: Mitochondrial Biogenesis as a Target
Apr 11, 2016William RichardsonAssistant Professor of Bioengineering, Clemson UniversityFibrosis Mechanobiology: Experiments & simulations from molecule to cell to organNote - Monday Seminar - 3:30
Apr 6, 2016Jennifer IsaacsCell and Molecular Pharmacology, MUSCExtracellular Hsp90 in oncology: Unexpected vignettes
Mar 30, 2016Josh LipschutzRenal Division Director, Professor of Medicine and Arthur V. Williams Chair, MUSCThe Role of the Exocyst in Ciliogenesis and Polycystic Kidney Disease
Mar 23, 2016Steven RosenzweigCell and Molecular Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics, Hollings Cancer Center, MUSCInvasive signaling by the NEDD9 nexus
Mar 21, 2016Dr. Robert Ogilvie, Ph.D.Professor Emeritus, MUSCOn the Way to VirtualNote - Monday Seminar - Noon
Mar 16, 2016Victor J. ThannickalUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamThe Emergence of Geroscience in Fibrotic Lung Disease
Mar 9, 2016Philip HoweBiochemistry and Molecular Biology, MUSCTGFbeta-mediated epithelial-mesenchymal transitions
Mar 2, 2016Marion CooleyRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCRegulation of Bone Formation and Vascular Remodeling by the ECM protein Fibulin-1
Feb 24, 2016Naohiro YamaguchiRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCStructure and Function of Ryanodine Receptor Calcium Channels
Feb 17, 2016Christine B. KernRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCElucidating the Role of ADAMTS5 Cleavage of Aggrecan in Development and Homeostasis; Justifying an In Vivo Approach
Feb 10, 2016Yukiko SugiRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCThe role of BMP-2 expression in the endocardial lineage during AV valvuloseptal morphogenesis
Feb 3, 2016Paula TraktmanDean of the College of Graduate Studies, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MUSCThe intricate choreography of vaccinia virus infection within the host cell
Jan 20, 2016Stephen EthierPathology and Laboratory Medicine, Center for Genomic Medicine, MUSCGenomic strategies to identify druggable targets and pathways in human breast cancer
Jan 13, 2016J. Alan DiehlBiochemistry and Molecular Biology, MUSCParadoxical function of PERK in Melanoma progression
Jan 12, 2016Kara M. FoshayPost Doctoral Fellow, Department of Human Genetics, University of ChicagoErasure of Gene Occlusion: A Defining Feature of Naive Pluripotency Tuesday Seminar
Jan 6, 2016James ChouSSCP Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences, MUSCUnique HDAC deacylase activity and the discovery of novel HDAC inhibitors and their potential uses
Jan 5, 2016Antonis KourtidisMayo Clinic Cancer Center, Jacksonville FLThere is some interference at the junctionsTuesday
Dec 16, 2015Besim OgretmenSmartState Endowed Chair in Lipidomics and Drug Discovery, Dept of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MUSCSystemic versus Nuclear Sphingosine 1-phosphate Signaling for the Regulation of Tumor Metastasis and Cellular Senescence
Dec 9, 2015Caitlin C. O'MearaBrigham Regenerative Medicine Center, Harvard Medical SchoolReprogramming Cardiomyocytes to a Regenerative State
Dec 2, 2015Kenneth TewCell and Molecular Pharmacology, MUSCGlutathione Pathways and Their Importance in Cancer
Nov 18, 2015James N. WeissDavid Geffen School of Medicine at UCLANew Approaches to the Genetics of Heart Failure
Nov 11, 2015Kryn StankunasUniversity of OregonChromatin and signaling contributions to heart valve development
Oct 28, 2015Ying MeiClemson-MUSC Bioengineering ProgramPolymer microarray technology for stem cell engineering and tissue engineering
Oct 21, 2015Suniti MisraRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCRole of Hyaluronan receptor signaling in colon cancer drug resistance
Oct 14, 2015Dudley StricklandUniversity of Maryland School of MedicineMechanisms of aneurysm formation: Role of proteases and receptors
Sep 30, 2015Kerry L. TuckerUniversity of New EnglandPrimary Cilia Sculpt the Development and Function of the Nervous System
Sep 23, 2015Robin Muise-HelmericksMUSCAkt3 dependent mitochondrial homeostasis is required for angiogenesis
Sep 9, 2015Andy ShihNeuroscience, Medical University of South CarolinaIn vivo optical imaging and manipulation of cerebral microvessels
Sep 2, 2015Sally AthertonSenior Associate with Health Research AssociatesTips for Application Preparation (Writing for the Reviewers)
Aug 21, 2015James N. WeissCardiovascular Research Laboratory, UCLANew Approaches to the Genetics of Heart Failure
Jul 28, 2015Eric SpiveyUniversity of Texas at AustinMultiphoton lithography based micro3D printing for tissue engineeringTuesday
Jul 22, 2015Deborah YelonBiological Sciences, University of California, San DiegoSculpting the Heart: Dynamic Regulation of Organ Dimensions
Jun 24, 2015Qun-Tian WangBiological Sciences, University of Illinois at ChicagoEpigenetic regulation in the mammalian heart
Jun 10, 2015Vadim FedorovPhysiology and Cell Biology, Pharmacology and Biomedical Engineering, The Ohio State UniversityConduction Impairments in the Human Heart: Leading Drivers of Sinoatrial Node Dysfunction and Atrial Fibrillation
May 27, 2015Michael GowerChemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering Program, University of South CarolinaStrategies for Engineering Metabolism and Immunity
May 20, 2015Steven PoelzingBiomedical Engineering and Science Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Virginia Tech, VAA New Light on an Old Mechanism of Cell-to-cell Electrical Communication
May 13, 2015Shibnath GhatakRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCHyaluronan Receptor Signaling in Colon Cancer Drug Resistance
Apr 22, 2015Weidong WangImmunobiology & Cancer Research Program Oklahoma Medical Research FoundationToward a Cure for Diabetes: Restoration and Maintenance of Pancreatic Beta Cell Mass via Chemical Genomics Approaches
Apr 15, 2015Luisa Iruela-ArispeMolecular, Cell and Dev. Biology - UCLAUnderstanding Vascular Disease through Developmental Pathways
Apr 8, 2015Grant PiercePharmacy, University of ManitobaThe clinical use of flaxseed as a powerful nutritional intervention to treat cardiovascular disease
Mar 18, 2015Robert MechamMedicine, Pediatrics, and Bio-engineeringRegulation of TGFβ-beta signaling by extracellular matrix
Mar 16, 2015Rusty LansfordUniversity of Southern CaliforniaDynamic analysis of organogenesis: Let's start with the heartMonday Seminar - noon
Feb 18, 2015Robert Akins Jr.Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Research, Nemours / Alfred I. duPont Hospital for ChildrenInstructive Materials for Engineering Cardiovascular Tissues
Feb 13, 2015Masaki SaitoTohoku University School of MedicineSignaling diversity of parathyroid hormone receptor by its C-terminus binding proteins ~New concepts for GPCR signaling~Friday Seminar - noon
Jan 14, 2015Michael P. CzubrytPhysiology & Pathophysiology College of Medicine, University of ManitobaRegulation of cardiac extracellular matrix synthesis by scleraxis
Dec 10, 2014Jeffrey A. JonesMUSC/Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical CenterThe role of TGF-β signaling and cellular phenotype change in the pathogenesis of thoracic aortic aneurysm development
Dec 3, 2014Stuart A. TobetBiomedical Sciences, Colorado State UniversityRegional differences in brain vasculature and their development
Nov 19, 2014Marion CooleyRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCThe Role of Fibulin-1 in Bone Formation and Vascular Stability
Nov 12, 2014Tatiana V. ByzovaMolecular Cardiology Taussig Cancer Center, Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland ClinicOxidative stress in vascular pathologies
Oct 29, 2014Amy D. BradshawGazes Cardiac Research Institute, Medical University of South CarolinaThe role of SPARC in collagen matrix assembly
Sep 17, 2014Bin ZhouGenetics, Pediatrics and Medicine, Albert Einstein College of MedicineEndocardial role in heart development and disease
Aug 29, 2014Rob GourdieCenter for Heart and Regenerative Medicine Research, Virginia Tech Carilion Research InstituteFound in Translation: How Basic Research on Heart Connexins has set me on Unexpected Journeys to a Biotech Startup, Clinical Trials, and Brain Cancer TherapyFriday Seminar - noon - BSB 502
Aug 21, 2014Henry DonahueMusculoskeletal Science, Penn State HersheyMusculoskeletal Degeneration and RegenerationThursday Seminar - noon - BSB 502
Aug 19, 2014Emmanuel OparaWake Forrest School of MedicineNew Approaches to islet isolation and clinical translation of a bioartificial pancreasTuesday Seminar - noon - BSB 402
Aug 14, 2014Jian-Ping JinPhysiology, Wayne State University School of MedicineMyofilament and Cytoskeleton Proteins: From Cardiovascular Diseases to Tissue RepairThursday Seminar - noon - BSB 302
Aug 12, 2014Stephen DuncanCell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy, Medical College of WisconsinModeling Hepatocyte Differentiation and Metabolic Liver Disease using Human iPSCsTuesday Seminar -noon - BSB 202
Aug 7, 2014Gerald Dorn IIInternal Medicine University of Washington School of MedicineMitochondria as Arbiters of Cell FateThursday Seminar - Noon BSB 502
Aug 5, 2014Cecilia LoDevelopmental Biology, University of PittburghThe Genetic Landscape for Congenital Heart DiseaseTuesday Seminar - 1:30 pm BSB 202
Jul 9, 2014Mary E. DickinsonMolecular Physiology and Biophysics, Baylor College of MedicineUnderstanding Vessel Formation and Remodeling: What Embryos Can Tell us About Tissue Engineering
Apr 2, 2014Maria KontardisHarvard Medical SchoolRole of SHP2 in development and disease: from congenital heart disease to lupus
Feb 19, 2014Giulio AgnettiJohns Hopkins University School of Medicine Baltimore, MDTargeted Proteomics to Investigate New Mechanisms Underlying Heart Failure
Feb 6, 2014Mark MercolaSanford-Burnham Medical Research InstituteChemical and Functional Genomics to Expand Drug Target Space for Heart FailureThursday Seminar - 11 am
Jan 21, 2014Shey-Shing SheuJefferson Medical College Thomas Jefferson UniversityRegulation of Mitochondrial Bioenergetics, ROS, and Fission by Ca2+Tuesday Seminar
Jan 13, 2014Alex ZambonPharmacology and Medicine, University of California at San DiegoThe role of hypoxia and Hif1a in fetal cardiomyocyte proliferationMonday Seminar
Oct 30, 2013Warren and Cheryl KnudsonThe Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina UniversityWarren Knudson: Mechanisms that regulate hyaluronan catabolism in chondrocytes Cheryl Knudson: BMP7 responsiveness is influenced by pericellular hyaluronan and CD44
Oct 11, 2013Jeffrey AnkerChemistry Department, Clemson UniversityLuminescent sensors to noninvasively measure strain and image chemical concentrations on the surface of implanted medical devicesFriday Seminar
Oct 4, 2013Sun-Hee WooCollege of Pharmacy, Chungnam National University, Daejeon South KoreaCalcium-dependent mechano-electric feedback in atrial myocytes under fluid pressureFriday Seminar
Aug 5, 2013Claude Jourdan Le SauxUniversity of Texas Health Science Center San AntonioCaveolin-1 deletion exacerbates cardiac interstitial fibrosis by promoting M2 macrophage activation in mice after myocardial infarctionMonday Seminar
Jul 22, 2013Jurgen Hescheler Institute for Neurophysiology University of Cologne Human pluripotent stem cells for screening systems Monday Seminar
Jun 26, 2013Geoffrey and Caroline BurnsMedicine, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General HospitalCardiovascular Development and Regeneration in Zebrafish
Jun 19, 2013Elena TourkinaRheumatology & Immunology, MUSCCaveolin-1 Regulation of Lung Fibrosis
May 22, 2013Alan T. RemaleyLipoprotein Metabolism Laboratory Cardiopulmonary Branch, NHLBI, NIH Translating New Findings in HDL Biology into Novel Therapies for Cardiovascular Disease
May 9, 2013Dinender SinglaCollege of Medicine, University of Central FloridaTransplanted Pluripotent Stem Cells Enhances Cardiac Regeneration and Attenuates Cardiac Adverse Remodeling by Multiple Mechanisms in the Injured MyocardiumThursday Seminar
Mar 18, 2013Robert AndersonVisiting Professor, MUSCAnatomy and Development of the Arterial RootsMONDAY SEMINAR
Feb 28, 2013Hector RasgadoPhysiology and Biophysics, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/The Chicago Medical SchoolThe remarkable Therapy for Cystic Fibrosis: SaltTHURSDAY SEMINAR - 10 am
Feb 18, 2013Chip NorrisRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCThe wrong way to build a heart: Natures way of providing cluesMONDAY SEMINAR
Feb 11, 2013Teruyuki YanagisawaMolecular Pharmacology, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Sendai JapanMolecular mechanisms of NRTI (AZT)-induced mitochondrial dysfunctionMONDAY SEMINAR
Feb 6, 2013Sonya SonnenbergBioengineering University of California, San DiegoExtracellular matrix hydrogels for myocardial tissue engineering applicationsBioE room 201 at noon
Jan 9, 2013Federica AccorneroDivision of Molecular Cardiovascular Biology, Cincinnati Children′s Hospital Medical CenterNovel mechanisms of cardiac adaptation to stress
Dec 12, 2012Ken IrvineRutgers, The State University of New JerseyRegulation of growth and planar cell polarity by the Fat signaling pathway
Dec 7, 2012Pedro BaptistaWake Forest Institute for Regenerative MedicineHow to make a liver for dummiesFRIDAY SEMINAR
Oct 17, 2012Viravuth YinMount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, Center for Regenerative Biology and MedicineMicromanaging Organ Regeneration
Oct 16, 2012Hesham Sadek University of TexasTeaching an Old Heart Old Tricks: Lessons from the Neonate
Jul 23, 2012Ibrahim J DomianPrincipal Investigator, Harvard Stem Cell InstituteStem cell Models of Cardiac Development and Disease
Jun 6, 2012Ed KrugRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCDepartmental Mentoring
May 24, 2012Robin C. Muise-HelmericksRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCPoly-N-acetyl glucosamine nanofibers in cutaneous wound healing: antimicrobial and scar forming activitiesThursday
May 7, 2012Gregory E. MorleyNYU School of MedicineFunctional and electrophysiological considerations of fibroblasts in healthy and diseased heartsMonday Seminar
Apr 18, 2012Craig ThomasNIH Chemical Genomics CenterInnovations in Discovery and Translational Research at the NIH Chemical Genomics Center
Apr 11, 2012Ying MeiClemson/MUSC Bioengineering ProgramCombinatorial Development of Biomaterials for Self-Renewal of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells
Mar 9, 2012Robert AndersonVisiting Professor, MUSCThe Septation of AV junction and OFT in the Developing Heart
Feb 15, 2012Amy BradshawMedicine, MUSCThe Case for SPARC as a Regulator DDR2 Activity in Adult Myocardium
Jan 11, 2012Roger MarkwaldRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCWings of the Heart: A Brief Review of Periostin as a Signaling Molecule in Development and Disease
Dec 6, 2011Zsuzsanna IzsvakMax-Delbruck-Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, GermanyRegulation and Application of Transposable Elements in VertebratesTuesday Seminar
Nov 16, 2011Titus ReavesRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCFibroblast: traditional cell with many non-traditional activities
Nov 2, 2011Andy WesselsRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCNew insights into the contribution of epicardially-derived cells to the developing heart in the mouse
Oct 26, 2011Robert B. HintonCincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH.Elastic Fiber Dysregulation and Angiogenic Remodeling in Aortic Valve Disease
Oct 19, 2011Mark E. LindsayPediatrics, Johns Hopkins School of MedicineDevelopmental Analysis of Apparently Acquired Aortic Aneurysm in Marfan Syndrome
Oct 5, 2011Katherine Yutzey Division of Molecular Cardiovascular Biology, Cincinnati Childrens Medical CenterMolecular Mechanisms of Heart Valve Development and Disease
Sep 14, 2011Mark S. KindyNeurosciences, MUSCTreatment of Alzheimers disease: current and future therapeutic approaches
Sep 6, 2011Kelvin G.M. BrockbankCell & Tissue Systems, Inc.The impact of ice-free cryopreservation on cell viability and extracellular matrix integrity in natura and engineered tissue graftsTuesday Seminar
Aug 31, 2011Stephen DaltonBiochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of GeorgiaDifferentiation of human pluripotent cells towards cardiovascular lineages
Aug 24, 2011Muralidhar PadalaDivision of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Emory University School of MedicineMitral valve: Mechanics and Mechanobiology
May 3, 2011David SedmeraCharles University, Prague (Czech Republic)Conduction through the developing heart
Mar 30, 2011Michael KernRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCPatterning Craniofacial Development: A Key Role for PRRX proteins
Mar 29, 2011Carmine GentileRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCVascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF)-mediated endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase (eNOS) Regulation of Endothelial Cell DivisionTuesday - Oral Qualifying Exam
Mar 16, 2011Yin-Xiong LiGuangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences Environmental effect on Hedgehog Signaling and Stem Cells
Feb 16, 2011YiPing ChenTulane UniversitySHOX genes in SAN development and pacemaking function
Feb 9, 2011Samar Hammad Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCBlood sphingolipids in homeostasis and vascular disease
Feb 2, 2011Kirk U. KnowltonUniversity of California - San Diego Cell-cell and cell-extracellular matrix interactions in cardiomyopathySponsored by T32 Training Grant
Jan 19, 2011Jonathan C. MakielskiUniversity of WisconsinChannel interacting proteins in regulation of the cardiac sodium current macromolecular complex -inherited arrhythmia syndromes and beyondSponsored by T32 Training Grant
Jan 12, 2011J. Matthew RhettRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCNew Frontiers in Gap Junction Biology: The Perinexus
Jan 5, 2011Marion CooleyRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCFibulin-1 Regulates Trabecular Cardiomyocyte Proliferation by Acting as a Cofactor for Adamts-1-Mediated Versican Cleavage.
Dec 15, 2010Frank AlexisClemson UniversityNanoparticle Drug Delivery Systems for Therapeutic Applications.
Nov 16, 2010Zoltan HajduRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCBone Marrow Cell-mediated Remodeling of the Murine Mitral Valve in Response to Myocardial InfarctionTuesday
Nov 10, 2010Corey MjaatvedtRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCCANCELLED
Sep 8, 2010Kristi S. AnsethDepartment of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of ColoradoSwell Gels: Engineering Biomaterials to Promote HealingSeminar in Room BSB 302
Oct 22, 2009Robert H. AndersonRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCStructure versus development in the embryonic and postnatal outflow tract
Mar 11, 2009Robert H. AndersonRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCEvolution of the understanding of the anatomy of the cardiac conduction tissues11:00 AM
Mar 11, 2009Halina DobrzynskiUniversity of Manchester, School of MedicineThe contribution of newer techniques in refining our understanding of the anatomy of the cardiac conduction tissues12:00 PM
Mar 4, 2009Michael J. KernRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCHow studying heart development led to experiments in bone fracture regeneration: Connecting Periostin and Prx genes.
Feb 4, 2009Glenn I. FishmanThe Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology, New York University School of Medicine Impulse Propagation During Development and Disease
Jan 21, 2009J Todd PurvesUrology, Pediatrics, Cell Biology and Anatomy , MUSCPrevention of Biofilms on Urinary Catheters
Dec 17, 2008Mary R. HutsonDepartment of Pediatrics, Duke UniversityCardiac Neural Crest, Secondary Heart Field and the Development of the Arterial Pole of the Heart
Dec 3, 2008Vladimir A. MironovRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCApplication of microfluidics in tissue engineering
Nov 19, 2008Chinmay TrivediCardiovascular Institute, University of PennsylvaniaHDAC2 and HOPX: Key Regulators of Cardiac Development and Hypertrophy
Nov 12, 2008Robin C. Muise-HelmericksRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCRole of the Akt1/Ets1 pathway in wound healing
Nov 5, 2008Arash KheradvarInternal Medicine & Cell and Developmental Biology, University of South Carolinato be announced
Oct 29, 2008Helene SageBenaroya Research Institute at Virginia MasonA matricellular protein for all seasons: SPARC and Hevin in Development and Pathology
Oct 8, 2008Todd D. CamenischDepartment of Pharmacology & Toxicology, University of ArizonaMEKKanisms of endocardial cushion EMT
Sep 10, 2008Samar HammadCell Biology and Anatomy, MUSCAtherosclerosis, inflammation and sphingolipids.
Apr 30, 2008John CorreiaUniversity of Mississippi Medical CenterMode of Action of Anti-Mitotic Drugs, Mechanisms of Resistance: An Integrated Approach
Feb 6, 2008Samar HammadRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCPOSTPONED: Atherosclerosis, Inflammation and Sphingolipids
Jan 30, 2008Naren VyavahareClemson UniversityPOSTPONED
Jan 9, 2008Arnold CaplanCase Western Reserve UniversityAdult Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine
Nov 28, 2007Douglas SpicerMaine Medical Center Research InstituteA simple Twist of fate: Similar regulation of bone disease and cancer by the transcription factor Twist
Oct 31, 2007YiPing ChenOhio State UniversityMolecular mechanism of left-right asymmetry in vertebrates
Oct 24, 2007Tom DoetschmanUniversity of CincinnatiTGF-beta in Cardiovascular Development and Function
Oct 17, 2007Jonathan M.W.SlackUniversity of Minnesota, Stem Cell InstituteOrgan switching: making pancreatic endocrine cells from the liver
May 8, 2007Robert SchwartzInstitute of Biosciences and Technology, Texas A&M UniversitySRF and Co-Factors: Stemness and Cardiac DifferentiationTuesday 12PM
Mar 7, 2007Christine KelleyNIH/National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and BioengineeringTissue Engineering at the NIH/NIBIB: Research and Training Opportunities
Feb 28, 2007Raghu KalluriHarvard Medical SchoolPOSTPONED
Jan 17, 2007Shibnath GhatakRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCHyaluronan-mediated Pathogenesis in Prostrate Cancer
Nov 8, 2006Bernardo Nadal-GinardMount Sinai School of MedicineThe Multipotency of Cardiac Stem Cells vs Their Role in Cardiac Cell Homeostasis
Oct 25, 2006Jonathan ButcherRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCBiomechanics in Valvulogenesis and Adult Valve Disease - the Periostin Connection
Oct 18, 2006Eldad TzahorWeizmann Institute of ScienceHead Mesoderm Specification During Embryogenesis
Oct 11, 2006Paul PriceD-Finitive Cell TechnologiesOptimization of Stem Cell Proliferation and Differentiation
Oct 4, 2006David BirkThomas Jefferson UniversityDevelopmental Regulation of Extracellular Matrix Assembly
Sep 27, 2006Andy WesselsRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCOrigin, development, and fate of cardiac mesenchyme
Sep 21, 2006Masanori AikawaHarvard Medical SchoolMacrophage Biology in AtherogenesisThursday
Sep 20, 2006Elena AikawaHarvard Medical SchoolMolecular Imaging in Arterial and Valvular Diseases
Jul 10, 2006Pu Chen-KeClemson UniversityBiophysics and Nanoscience - Where to they click?Monday
Apr 21, 2006Peter KohlUniversity of OxfordMechanical Effects on Heart Rate and Rhythm: from Pipette to PatientFriday
Apr 14, 2006William BrunkenTufts UniversityBridging the Gap and Supporting the Scaffold: A role for laminin in the CNSFriday
Mar 15, 2006Andrea RobitzkiUniversity of LeipzigNano and Microstructures on Microarrays for real time monitoring of living cells and tissues
Mar 6, 2006Sir Magdi YacoubImperial College of LondonTissue Engineered Heart Valves - From the clinic to the benchMonday at 12 noon in BSB Rm 402
Feb 27, 2006Ivan VeselyUniversity of Southern CaliforniaCardiac Valve Tissue Engineering: So What happened to the Engineering?Monday
Feb 22, 2006Esmaiel JabbariUniversity of South CarolinaBioresorbable Cell Responsive Materials for Tissue Regeneration
Feb 1, 2006Joseph JanickiUniversity of South CarolinaAre gender differences in cardiac mast cells responsible for cardioprotection in female rats with sustained ventricular volume overload
Jan 25, 2006Carmine GentileUniversity of PisaValuation of the release of nitric oxide (NO) after pharmacological and mechanical stimulations from cultured human endothelial cells (HUVEC)
Jan 11, 2006Jeffrey LaitmanMount Sinai School of MedicineTracing the origins of speech: the development and evolution of the thorax
Dec 7, 2005Maya Sieber-BlumMedical College of WisconsinCardiac neural crest defects and bulge-derived adult neural crest stem cells
Nov 9, 2005Bob MechamWashington University in St. LouisThe role of extracellular matrix in cardiovascular development
Nov 2, 2005U. Joseph SchoepfMUSCComputed Tomography for Non-Invasive Imaging of the Heart
Oct 19, 2005Mark KindyMUSCThe role of AGE receptors in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease
Sep 21, 2005Michael WeinsteinOhio State UniversityFunctions of tumor supressor genes in development, disease, and cancer
Sep 14, 2005Deepak BastiaBiochemistry and Molecular Biology,MUSCInitiation and termination of DNA replication in bacteria and yeast
Sep 9, 2005Richard SwajaNational Institute of Biomedical Imaging and BioengineeringNIH sponsored research at interface of the physical and life sciences: What is Bioengineering?Friday
Aug 26, 2005Assaf ZemelWeizmann Institute of ScienceCell interactions and polarization in elastic stress fieldsFriday
Aug 24, 2005Alan SmithCognate Therapeutics Inc.Cell Therapy for Regenerative Medicine: Challenges and Opportunities
Jun 15, 2005Troy BaudinoUniversity of South CarolinaMyc-Mediated Pathways in Cancer and Development
Jun 8, 2005Susan LessnerUniversity of South CarolinaInflammation and Matrix Metalloproteinases in Atherosclerosis
Mar 29, 2005Vince HascallCleveland ClinicHyaluronan matrices and inflammatory processes
Mar 23, 2005Jim SchwobTufts UniversityTaking Poietic License: Neurogenesis and its Regulation in the Olfactory Epithelium
Mar 22, 2005Karina MeiriTufts UniversityGAP-43 regulation of membrane/cytoskeletal interactions plays a critical role in nervous system morphogeneisTuesday at 12 noon
Mar 16, 2005Ramsey FotyUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyBiophysical and Molecular Determinants of Tissue Self-Assembly
Feb 23, 2005Lidia KosFlorida International UniversityEndothelin and Neuregulin Signaling in Mammalian Cardiac Conduction System Development
Feb 22, 2005Robert AndersonInstitute of Child Health at University College LondonNormal and Abnormal Development of the Outflow Tracts
Feb 16, 2005Erik MeyersDuke UniversityPatterning Signals in Outflow Tract Development
Feb 9, 2005Ed KrugRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCAssessing the Developing Chicken Heart Proteome
Feb 2, 2005Anne MoonUniversity of Utah School of MedicineCardiovascular form follows FGF function
Jan 5, 2005Denis EnglishThe Methodist Research InstituteMatrix-Dependent Orchestration of Multicellular Structural Development
Dec 15, 2004Margaret BaronMount Sinai School of MedicineEmbryonic origins of hematopoiesis and vascular development: from stem cells to circulation
Dec 8, 2004Sakamuri ReddyPediatrics, MUSCEtiology of Paget′s Disease of Bone
Dec 1, 2004Annarosa LeriNew York Medical CollegeStem cells and myocardial regeneration
Nov 17, 2004Brant WeinsteinNIHAssembly of vascular networks during early development
Nov 10, 2004Pamela MorrisCardiology, MUSCUSS Arizona: A Tale of Oil, Microbes, and Mung
Nov 3, 2004Rob Gourdie and Andy HunterRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCMolecular Regulation of Myocardial Electrical Circuitry: The Role of ZO-1-Cx43 Protein-Protein Interactions in Organization of Cardiac Gap Junctions
Oct 27, 2004Rocky TuanNIHDevelopmental Paradigms for Cartilage Tissue Engineering
Oct 20, 2004Bin ZhouVanderbilt UniversityTranscriptional Regulation of NFATc1 and Endocardial Cell Phenotype in Heart Development
Oct 14, 2004Takeshi TsudaNemours Cardiac CenterFibulin-2 and post ischemic ventricular remodeling: extracellular matrix as means of signalingThursday at 12 noon
Oct 6, 2004Paul MozdziakNorth Carolina State UniversityDevelopment of New Models to Study Skeletal Muscle Development
Sep 8, 2004Steven EbertGeorgetown University Medical CenterIntrinsic cardiac adrenergic cells as progenitors of myocytes in the developing heart
Jul 14, 2004Glenn PrestwichUniversity of UtahFooling with mother nature: injectable crosslinked mimics of the extracellular matrix for tissue repair and adhesion prevention
Jun 30, 2004Beverly A PurnellAAASPublishing in Science Magazine: Process and Content
Jun 23, 2004Mikhail MatzUniversity of FloridaGFP superfamily: properties and novel applications
Apr 28, 2004Yukiko SugiRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCRegulation of endocardial formation and differentiation
Mar 30, 2004Marco de RuiterLeiden University Medical CenterFeasibility of decellularized aortic valve allografts in regenerative medicineTuesday at 11AM
Mar 30, 2004Robert PoelmannLeiden University Medical CenterHeart development on the cross-roads of hemodynamics and molecular biologyTuesday at 10AM
Mar 29, 2004Adrianna Gittenberger de-GrootLeiden University Medical CenterThe role of EPDC and Purkinje fibre differentiation11:30 AM Monday
Mar 24, 2004Waleed TwalRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCRole of fibulin-1 splice variants in Development & Disease
Mar 17, 2004Stan HoffmanMUSCLung Fibrosis, Curcumin, PKC epsilon, and Phase 2 Detoxification Enzymes: A Spicy Story
Mar 10, 2004Tatsuya ShimizuTokyo Women's Medical UniversityCell sheet engineering for myocardial tissue reconstruction4PM on Wednesday
Feb 12, 2004Ivan MoskowitzHarvard Medical SchoolA Genetic Approach to Cardiovascular Development and Congenital Heart DiseaseThursday at 4PM
Jan 28, 2004Timothy BaxterUniversity of OmahaThe role of MMPs and inflammatory cells in the progression of aortic aneurysms
Jan 21, 2004Piero AnversaNew York Medical CollegeAging of the Heart
Jan 14, 2004Dimitri ScholzMUSCCellular mechanisms of arteriogenesis
Jan 7, 2004Anand RamamurthiMUSC-ClemsonDerivatized Hyaluronan Biomaterials as Cell Scaffolds for Soft Tissue Regeneration or Repair
Dec 11, 2003Eva TurleyUniversity of Western OntarioThe Role of the Hyaluronan Receptor RHAMM (CD168) in MalignancyThursday at 12 noon
Dec 9, 2003Adrian NeaguVictor Babes Univ. of Medicine, Timisoara, RomaniaMathematical Modeling of Cell Aggregate FusionTuesday
Nov 19, 2003Andy HunterRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCMicrotubule depolymerization by the kinesin-related protein MCAK
Nov 12, 2003Xinghua LuMUSCModeling cellular processes with a latent variable model
Nov 5, 2003Amy BradshawMUSCCell design of the extracellular matrix: the absence of SPARC alters the structure and composition of collagens in the skin
Oct 31, 2003Ben GiepmansUniversity of California San-DiegoInteracting proteins at gap junctions: identification and functionFriday at 12 noon
Oct 29, 2003Kelley ArgravesRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCCritical roles for sphingosine-1-phosphate in the formation and stability of embryonic blood vessels
Oct 22, 2003Sheldon LitwinUniversity of UtahSodium-Calcium Exchanger: Friend or Foe in the Failing Heart?
Oct 15, 2003Gary WrightMUSCThe prolyl hydroxylase oxygen-sensor system in the heart
Oct 8, 2003Corey MjaatvedtRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCThe Cspg2 Gene And Cardiac Outlet Morphogenesis
Sep 29, 2003Ronald TerjungUniversity of MissouriCollateral Vessel Remodeling in Experimental Peripheral Arterial InsufficiencyMonday at 12 Noon
Apr 30, 2003Michael ZileMUSCFunctional Genomics: Evaluation of cardiac phenotype
Apr 23, 2003Jos JalifeSyracuse UniversityMolecular Mechanisms and Dynamics in Ventricular Fibrillation
Apr 17, 2003Suniti MisraTufts University School of MedicineRegulation of multi-drug resistance in cancer cells by hyaluronanThursday at 1 PM
Apr 9, 2003Robert PoelmannLeiden University Medical CenterShear Stress in the Developing Cardiovascular System
Apr 9, 2003Adrianna Gittenberger de-GrootLeiden University Medical CenterDevelopment of the Conduction System in the CCS LacZ Mouse
Apr 3, 2003Martin MoradGeorgetown University Medical CenterControl of Cardiac Contraction: Probing the Nano Domains of Calcium Signaling
Mar 26, 2003Jamie BarthRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCUnderstanding the role of the endocytic lipoprotein receptor megalin in hedgehog signaling
Mar 12, 2003Titus ReavesEmory UniversityRegulation of neutrophil migration
Mar 11, 2003Xuejun WenUniversity of UtahStudies in the Development of a Bridging Device for Guiding Regenerating Axons
Mar 3, 2003Herbert GellerNational Institutes of HealthPromoting Axonal Regeneration through the Glial ScarMonday
Feb 26, 2003Judith LitvinTemple UniversityHighways on the cardiac map
Feb 12, 2003William CoetzeeNYU School of MedicineFrequenin as a regulator of Kv4 potassium channels
Feb 5, 2003Panagiotis TsonisUniversity of DaytonMechanisms in the induction of lens regeneration
Feb 3, 2003William GallagherUniversity College DublinGene and protein expression profiling in cancer: insights into tumour biology and therapeutic implicationsMonday
Jan 29, 2003Seigo IzumoHarvard UniversityFunctional Studies of the Cardiac Transcription Factor NKx2.5/Csx10:30 AM
Jan 22, 2003Michael RosenColumbia UniversityCardiac Development and Cardiac Memory
Jan 8, 2003Mary WalkerUniversity of New MexicoEffects of Dioxin on Cardiac VEGF and Coronary Vascular Development
Dec 11, 2002Daniel KesslerUniversity of PennsylvaniaVertebrate Axis Formation and the Control of Nodal Signaling by Fox and Sox Genes
Nov 20, 2002Ann RamsdellRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCLeft-right axis determination and cardiac development
Nov 13, 2002Michael GershonColumbia UniversityBeacons in the Fetal Wilderness: Guidance Molecules in the Formation of the Enteric and Pancreatic Nervous Systems
Nov 6, 2002Lee NiswanderMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer CenterMolecular and Genetic Control of Vertebrate Limb Development
Oct 2, 2002Richard GoodwinUniversity of South CarolinaRegulation of Cardiac Myocyte Proliferation and Differentiation in a Novel 3D Culture System
Sep 4, 2002Bob OgilvieRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCEmerging Tools/Resources for Learning Histology: Virtual Microscopes and Slides
Jun 5, 2002Stan HoffmanMUSCMMP regulation of cell behavior
May 8, 2002Bernardo Nadal-GinardNew York Medical CollegeStem Cells in Myocardial Homeostasis and Regeneration
May 2, 2002Andrew CoppInstitute of Child Health, LondonUnderstanding and preventing neural tube defectsThursday
Apr 17, 2002Rick BoockforRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCDynamic measurement of gene expression and exocytotic pulses in individual GnRH neurons
Apr 9, 2002Thomas MaciagMaine Medical Center Research InstituteMolecular Mechanisms of AngiogenesisTuesday
Apr 5, 2002Drew NodenCornell UniversityInteractions Directing the Development of Craniofacial NervesFriday at 12 noon
Feb 6, 2002Gary SchoenwolfUniversity of Utah School of MedicineA Smattering of Ectodermal Patterning
Jan 30, 2002Birgit SatirAlbert Einstein College of MedicineNew insights into the exocytic nanomachinery
Jan 23, 2002Thierry BacroRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCIntegrating advances in technology in the teaching of anatomical sciences
Jan 16, 2002Paul McDermottMUSCRegulating the translational efficiency of mRNA in adult cardiocytes: The Role of the eIF4F complex
Jan 9, 2002Vladimir MironovRegenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, MUSCNanobiotechnology: hype or hope?
Dec 19, 2001Stuart NewmanNew York Medical CollegeSelf-organization in vertebrate limb pattern formation
Dec 5, 2001Perry HalushkaMUSCDo thromboxane A2 receptor subtypes exist?
Nov 28, 2001Yusuf HannunMUSCRole of sphingolipids in eukaryotic stress responses
Oct 31, 2001Samar HammadMUSCDiabetic complications in a hyperlipidemic mouse model
Oct 17, 2001Tom WightUniversity of Washington, Hope Heart InstituteProteoglycans and hyaluronan key players in vascular biology and pathology
Oct 3, 2001Peter NewmanBlood Research Institute, Medical College of WisconsinRegulation of cellular activation and adhesion by PECAM-1
Sep 26, 2001Dipak DubeSUNY Upstate Medical UniversityMyofibrillogenesis in vertebrate hearts: role of various tropomyosin isoforms
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