A weekly in depth discussion of two pre-selected relevant recent publications from the biomedical literature
Newell Fischer, MD Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Perlman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia Past President, The American Psychoanalytic Association. “Case Conference - The Psychoanalytic Treatment of an Adolescent with Anorexia Nervosa”
Department of Radiation Oncology
Division of Radiation Biology Research Seminar Series
Mohamed Khan, M.D., Ph.D.
Leader of Radiation Oncology, Vancouver Cancer Center,British Columbia Cancer AgencyDirector of Research Synergy, University of British Columbia
"Good Things Come in Small Packages - Cancer Nanomedicine"
12am-1pm in Room 8-146AB;
Lunch will be served at 11:45am
*Please note the different day, time and location for this seminar
D.G. de Rooij, Ph.D.
Emeritus Professor of Endocrinology
Center for Reproductive Medicine
Academic Medical Center
University of Amsterdam
Computer simulation of the spermatogonial stem cell niche
CRRWH co-sponsored with CATGCR
4:00pm - 132 Hill Pavilion - 380 South University Avenue
Coordination of opposing kinesin and dynein motors: regulation of bidirectional organelle transport in the cell
Career Services will facilitation the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) in presenting an introductory seminar on Thursday, April 25, 1-2:30 in the Griski Room 311, Houston Hall for Penn graduate students, postdocs and faculty.
Dr. Osamu SHIMOMURA, Director, JSPS Washington Office and Fumiyo KANEKO, Deputy Director, JSPS Washington Office as well as some alumni JSPS fellows who are at Penn will make a presentation about JSPS and its programs.
JSPS has various fellowship programs to invite US graduate students, postdocs and professors as well as collaborative activities with NSF, NIH, NAS and Social Science Research Council for the international collaborations between Japan and the US.
Rodebaugh Diabetes Center Conference Series Presents:
April 25, 20134-5pm in B404 Richards Building Marco Sandri, M.D., University of Padova, Italy "Signaling pathways that control ubiquitin proteasome and autophagy lysosome systems in striated muscles"
New York University School of Medicine
“Microbiota limit the induction of intestinal immune responses by restricting trafficking of bacteria to the mesenteric lymph nodes”
Class of '62, JMB
PostDoctoral Fellow in the
Laboratory of Dr. Boris Striepen
University of Georgia
"Identification and characterization of novel components of the Toxoplasma gondii organelles of endosymbiotic origin"
132 Hill Pavilion
Barry G. Fields, MD “Clinical Sleep Medicine Year in Review”
Please join us this Thursday, April 25, 6-8pm in the Dripps Library for the 4th Annual PENN Anesthesia GLOBAL HEALTH Evening. This year's presentations focus around the theme
"Global Health and Education: a Different Paradigm"
The program begins with a very traditional concept of a training curriculum in a low-middle income economy and then progresses through unique paradigms that you may not have considered to be 'educational', highlighting individuals, governments, NGOs and private institutions who work together to teach and train all.
"7 years of training 700 physicians in Egypt - Trauma education where none existed" - M. McCunn
“Experience as a Medical Mission Volunteer” - T. Conahan
"Teaching the teachers: disease elimination strategy in Kenya and beyond" - M. Hatch
""Human Resources for Health: The Future of Healthcare in Rwanda" - J. Raiten
"Doctors of agents of political change through education: contextualizing modern medical practice in 1930's Germany" - R. Hadler
Presentations will be followed by discussion of how you can get involved in a global health project, with a focus on research.