Fall 2023 Schedule
Thursdays, 8:30-9:30 am (unless otherwise noted)
Wahl Hall West Auditorium
The Institute for Reproductive and Developmental Sciences, 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 Reproductive and Developmental Sciences, 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 Reproductive and Developmental Sciences, 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 Reproductive and Developmental Sciences, and the Bohan Visiting Professor Program
|August 31||Pathology||Jack Bui M.D., Ph.D.
UC San Diego Health
|Successful anti-tumor immunity and IL-17D and extracellular vesicles|
|September 14||OB/Gyn||Kanako Hayashi, Ph.D.
Washington State University
|Pathophysiology and targeting in endometriosis - chronic inflammation and dynamic macrophage differentiation|
|September 21||Pathology||Paul Liu, B. Med, Ph.D.
|Clinical and genomic characterizations of patients with germline RUNX1 mutations: The NIH natural history study|
|September 28||Uro||Francesca Cole, Ph.D.
|Age-dependent alterations in recombination casue aneuploidies in mouse spermatocytes|
|October 5||OB/Gyn||Stacey Missmer, Sc.D
Michigan State University
|What is Endometriosis?: Toward Translational Subphenotypes|
|October 19||Pathology||Joaquin Espinosa, Ph.D.
|Understanding Down Syndrome as an Interferonopathy: Mechanisms and Therapeutic Implications|
|October 26||OB/Gyn||Elizabeth Enninga, Ph.D.
|Understanding maternal immune tolerance and activation in chronic placental inflammation|
|November 16||Pathology||Noel Warfel, Ph.D.
|December 7||Uro||Kathleen Hwang, M.D.
University of Pittsburg School of Medicine
|Ultrasound-Guided Rete Testis Sperm Aspiration: A Path to Spermatogonial Stem Cell Transplantation|
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