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Seminar Series

Spring 2020 Schedule
8:30-9:30 am, Wahl Hall West Auditorium, KUMC Campus
(unless otherwise noted)

The Institute for Reproduction and Perinatal Research, in collaboration with several other departments on campus, sponsors the following seminar series:

  • Seminars in Development and the Pathogenesis of Disease [Pathology]
    Sponsored by the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, the Institute for Reproduction and Perinatal Research, and the Bohan Visiting Professor Program
  • Seminars in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology [ObGyn]
    Sponsored by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the Institute for Reproduction and Perinatal Research, and the Bohan Visiting Professor Program
  • Seminar Series in Urology, Male Reproductive Health and Infertility [Urology]
    Sponsored by the Department of Urology, the Institute for Reproduction and Perinatal Research, and the Bohan Visiting Professor Program
  • Special Seminars [Special]
Date Series Speaker Title
January 9

Special
[with Dept. of Pathology]

Wei Chen, MD
Yi-Ping Li, PhD
University of Alabama at Birmingham

"The function of osteoclast genes in dendritic cells - A novel regulatory mechanism in inflammatory diseases"
"Targeting osteoclast genes to prevent cancer growth and cancer metastasis"

January 30 Urology Praveen Thumbikat, PhD
Northwestern University
"Neuroimmune contribution to pelvic pain in chronic prostatitis"
February 6 Pathology Todd Bradley, PhD
Children's Mercy Hospital
"Host Regulatory Controls of HIV Antibody Responses"
February 20 Pathology Pedro Batista, PhD
National Cancer Institute
"RNA Modifications and Cell Identity: The Importance of Forgetting the Past to Embrace the Future"
April 23

Pathology

Elin Grundberg, PhD
Children's Mercy Hospital
"Advancing the understanding of disease mechanisms through integrative genomics and epigenomics approaches"
May 7 Special
James L. Voogt Lecture
Stephanie Seminara, MD
Harvard Medical School
"A Kiss to Remember"
May 14 Pathology X. Long Zheng, MD, PhD
University of Kansas Medical Center
"Pathomechanism of Thrombotic Microangiopathy: From Zebrafish to Men"
May 21 ObGyn Qi Chen, MD, PhD
University of California, Riverside
"Sperm RNA Code: How Many Secrets in Programming Offspring Phenotypes?"
May 29
(Friday)
ObGyn
Grand Rounds
Elizabeth (Ebbie) A. Stewart, MD
Mayo Clinic
TBD

To request a meeting with one of the guest speakers, please contact Brandi Miller.

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