Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology

2008-2009 Seminars
(Wednesdays at Noon in Room 611, Basic Science Bldg.)
Coordinated by Kelley Argraves, PhD

Schedules for: 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Sep 10, 2008Samar Hammad, Ph.D.Cell Biology and Anatomy, MUSCAtherosclerosis, inflammation and sphingolipids.
Sep 17, 2008Mervyn Merrilees, Ph.D.Department of Anatomy with Radiology, University of AucklandVersican and the inhibition of atherosclerosisCANCELLED
Oct 8, 2008Todd D. Camenisch, Ph.D.Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology, University of ArizonaMEKKanisms of endocardial cushion EMT
Oct 29, 2008Helene Sage, Ph.D.Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia MasonA matricellular protein for all seasons: SPARC and Hevin in Development and Pathology
Nov 5, 2008Arash Kheradvar, M.D., Ph.D.Internal Medicine & Cell and Developmental Biology, University of South Carolinato be announced
Nov 12, 2008Robin C. Muise-Helmericks, Ph.D.Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy, MUSCRole of the Akt1/Ets1 pathway in wound healing
Nov 19, 2008Chinmay Trivedi, M.D., Ph.D.Cardiovascular Institute, University of PennsylvaniaHDAC2 and HOPX: Key Regulators of Cardiac Development and Hypertrophy
Dec 3, 2008Vladimir A. Mironov, M.D., Ph.D.Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy, MUSCApplication of microfluidics in tissue engineering
Dec 17, 2008Mary R. Hutson, Ph.D.Department of Pediatrics, Duke UniversityCardiac Neural Crest, Secondary Heart Field and the Development of the Arterial Pole of the Heart
Jan 21, 2009J Todd Purves, M.D., Ph.D.Urology, Pediatrics, Cell Biology and Anatomy , MUSCPrevention of Biofilms on Urinary Catheters
Feb 4, 2009Glenn I. Fishman, M.D.The Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology, New York University School of Medicine Impulse Propagation During Development and Disease
Feb 11, 2009Roger R. Markwald, Ph.D.Cell Biology and Anatomy, MUSCPeriostin as a matricellular protein with multiple functions in development and diseasePOSTPONED
Feb 25, 2009Joyce Bischoff, Ph.D.Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical Schoolto be announcedPOSTPONED
Mar 4, 2009Michael J. Kern, Ph.D.Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy, MUSCHow studying heart development led to experiments in bone fracture regeneration: Connecting Periostin and Prx genes.
Mar 11, 2009Robert H. Anderson, M.D.Dept. Pediatrics, Medical University of South CarolinaEvolution of the understanding of the anatomy of the cardiac conduction tissues11:00 AM
Mar 11, 2009Halina Dobrzynski, PhDUniversity of Manchester, School of MedicineThe contribution of newer techniques in refining our understanding of the anatomy of the cardiac conduction tissues12:00 PM
Oct 22, 2009Robert H. Anderson, M.D.Department of Pediatrics, MUSCStructure versus development in the embryonic and postnatal outflow tract

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