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Distinguished Lectures in Pharmacology and Systems Physiology

Internationally renowned visitors showcase cutting-edge research in physiology, pharmacology, and related disciplines, spanning basic research to translational science.

Tuesdays at 4:00 pm
4051 Medical Sciences Building
*except where indicated

As shown below, the program includes three special events: the Kranias Symposium on Early Career Mentorship, PSP Trainees’ Research Day, and the Arnold Schwartz Cardiovascular Clinical Pharmacology Lecture.

For more information about the seminar program, please contact
Nancy Kleene


January 9Barbara Nikolajczyk, PhD
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Inflammation in human obesity and type 2 diabetes
February 13Pilar Alcaide, PhD
Tufts University School of Medicine
T cells and adverse cardiac remodeling
March 12Rong Tian, PhD
University of Washington at Seattle
Mitochondrial function in heart failure: HFrEF vs. HFpEF
April 9Baljit Khakh, PhD
University of California at Los Angeles
Astrocyte diversity in neural circuits: identity, form, and function
*May 21, 12:00, MSB 5051Kranias Symposium on Early Career Mentorship
Mark Mercola, PhD
Department of Medicine and Cardiovascular Institute
Stanford University School of Medicine
iPSC-based modeling of heart disease for drug discovery
*June 11, 3:15, MSB 5051PSP Trainees' Research Day
Vittorio Gallo, PhD
Chief Research Officer, Children's National Research Institute
Director, District of Columbia Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (DC-IDDRC)
Associate Dean, Child Health Research
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of injury and recovery in the neonatal brain
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