Today is Friday, Sep. 20, 2019

Department of

Pharmacology & Systems Physiology 

Seminar

The department seminar showcases cutting-edge research in physiology, pharmacology and related disciplines, spanning basic research to translational science. We invite internationally renowned visitors or local investigators from UC and Cincinnati Children's Hospital to discuss their work. Seminars are held weekly throughout the fall semester, spring semester, and the first portion ("Maymester") of the summer term.

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

Refreshments are served. For more information about the seminar program, please contact Jeannie Cummins (Program Manager), Email: jeannie.cummins@uc.edu or Tel: 513-558-3102.


 

2019

Date Name Description
January 8  Han Wang, PhD
California Institute of Technology
Genetic and neural dissection of sleep in C. elegans
January 15 James Tidball, PhD
University of California at Los Angeles
Regulatory interactions between muscle and the immune system in muscular dystrophy
January 22 Michael Sidorov, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Prefrontal circuits and behavior in mouse models of neurodevelopmental disorders
January 29 Surya Prasath, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Computerized microvascular dura mater structure extraction and analysis from microscopy - image processing to deep learning
January 30 Adam Gracz, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Stem cell dynamics in intestinal and biliary epithelia
February 19 Kuei-Chun (Mark) Wang, PhD
University of California at San Diego
Targeting atherosclerosis: from mechanobiology to nanomedicine
February 26 Amanda Zacharias, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Context matters: a quantitative mechanism for the same signaling pathway to induce different cell fates
February 27 Isaac Cervantes-Sandoval, PhD
The Scripps Research Institute - Scripps Florida
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of active forgetting
March 5 Philip Karpowicz, PhD
University of Windsor
Circadian rhythms in intestinal health and disease?
March 12 Juan Sanchez Gurmaches, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Tracing adipocyte origins and metabolism
March 26 Yuhui Cao
Systems Biology and Physiology

Drew Rosselot
Systems Biology and Physiology
Circadian clock-dependent regulation of intestinal homeostasis and regeneration

Intestinal circadian clock development and its role in the response to Clostridium difficile toxin B
April 2 Ted Hong
Systems Biology and Physiology

Sam Slone
Systems Biology and Physiology
EBNA2 alters human gene regulatory network by extensively rewiring chromatin landscape

The role of HuR in cardiac ischemia/reperfusion injury
April 23 Jeff Crocker
Systems Biology and Physiology
Autonomic remodeling and modulation as mechanism and therapy for sudden cardiac death in heart failure
May 7 Rick Ballweg
Systems Biology and Physiology

Martha Dua-Awereh
Systems Biology and Physiology
Integrating mechanistic modeling and machine learning to study intestinal stem cell proliferation

Changes within the aged gastric epithelium after injury and regeneration may result in increased Helicobacter pylori-induced disease
May 14 Ertuğrul Özbudak
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cell signaling encodes temporal and positional information for pattern formation
May 21 Cynthia J. (C.J.) Musante, PhD
Pfizer Inc.
The role of quantitative systems pharmacology in drug discovery and development
June 11 HaoDi Wu, PhD
Stanford University
Dissecting the pathological mechanisms of cardiovascular disease with iPSCs
September 10 Diego Perez-Tilve, PhD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Control of fat stores by the brain
September 24 Xueguang Sun
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
The application of next generation sequencing in epigenome research
October 1 Katherine Vest, PhD
University of Cincinnati
Post-transcriptional tuning of copper balance
October 8 John Harley, MD, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Disease mechanisms from where transcription factors bind human DNA
October 15 Yuhui Cao
Systems Biology and Physiology

Ted Hong
Systems Biology and Physiology
title TBA

title TBA
October 22 Pablo Iglesias, PhD
Johns Hopkins University
Excitable waves, set points, and cellular morphology
*Thursday, October 24 Julia Liu, PhD
National Institutes of Health
title TBA
October 29 Alex Ruwe
Systems Biology and Physiology

Craig Thomson
Systems Biology and Physiology
title TBA

title TBA
November 5 Banjamin Prosser, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
Cytoskeletal regulation of cardiac mechanobiology
November 19 Hee Woong Lim, PhD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Exploring enhancer landscape and regulation in high resolution