Posts Tagged ‘lecture’

Cyagen Biosciences to present on new rapid generation technology, July 12

Marvin Yingbin Ouyang, Ph.D., vice president of technology at Cyagen Biosciences, Inc., will present “CRISPR/Cas9 and TurboKnockout: Technologies for rapid generation of knockout/knockin mouse models,” sponsored by Cyagen Biosciences. Tuesday, July 12 noon to 1 p.m. OHSU Auditorium Marquam Hill Dr. Ouyang will review the traditional model of pronuclear injection based transgenics and ES cell homologous recombination based gene targeting, and go over the recently developed CRISPR-mediated genome editing technology, with an emphasis on the pros and cons of each … Read More

OHSU Postdoctoral Association, RIPPS host distinguished lecturer Louis J. Picker, June 29

The OHSU Postdoctoral Association and the Research in Progress Seminar Series (RIPPS) invite you to the 2016 Distinguished Lecture with speaker Louis J. Picker, M.D., associate director, OHSU Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute; professor, departments of pathology and molecular microbiology and immunology, OHSU School of Medicine; and senior scientist, Division of Pathology and Immunology, Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC). Picker will present “Cytomegalovirus (CMV) vectors: Recruiting an ancient warrior to defeat HIV.” 2016 Distinguished Lecture: … Read More

Speakers announced for Jungers research symposium, May 2

Kelsey Martin, M.D. Ph.D.; Benjamin Wolozin, M.D, Ph.D; and J. Paul Taylor, M.D, Ph.D., will present at the 2016 Jungers Center for Neurosciences Research Symposium as part of OHSU Research Week, May 2-6. 2016 Jungers Symposium “RNA granules: From synaptic plasticity to neurodegeneration” Monday, May 2 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. OHSU Auditorium Reception to follow Kelsey Martin, M.D. Ph.D. Professor of biological chemistry, psychiatry, and behavioral sciences, executive vice dean, and associate vice chancellor at … Read More

Marquam Hill Lecture: The 24-hour clock and human health, Steven Shea, Mar. 17

The 2016 Marquam Hill Lecture Series continues this month with OHSU’s Steven Shea, Ph.D., presenting, “The 24 hour clock and human health.” Marquam Hill Lecture Thursday, Mar. 17 7 p.m. OHSU Auditorium About the lecture Did you know heart attacks occur most frequently in the morning? And asthma is generally worst at night? What’s behind this connection between the 24-hour clock and the body clock? Steven Shea, Ph.D., director and senior scientist at the Oregon Institute of Occupational … Read More

Marquam Hill Lecture: Martin Schreiber, Feb. 18

The 2016 Marquam Hill Lecture Series continues this month with OHSU’s Martin Schreiber, M.D., presenting, “Lessons from the battlefield: How military trauma care informs civilian care in the United States.” Marquam Hill Lecture Thursday, Feb. 18 7 p.m. Collaborative Life Sciences Building About the lecture Head and brain trauma are two of the most common mechanisms of injury on the battlefield. Medical professionals must act quickly with the best available guidelines to treat injured war fighters. How … Read More

NIGMS Director Jon Lorsch to visit OHSU Nov. 13

The National Institute of General Medical Sciences, with director Jon Lorsch, Ph.D., at the helm, is breaking new ground on funding and workforce development strategies. Come and hear Lorsch talk about exciting changes taking place at NIGMS as he presents: “Developing a More Productive, Efficient and Sustainable Biomedical Research Enterprise” Nov. 13th, 2:00-3:00 p.m. OHSU Hospital, 8th floor Auditorium Lorsch will share the latest news out of NIGMS and outline the institute’s strategic plan as … Read More

Lecture: The Nature of Seeing, Portland Art Museum, Oct. 29

The eyes are the window for the brain. Yet there are many mysteries about how our brains makes sense of what we see and, more specifically, how we perceive art. Join David Wilson, director of the Casey Eye Institute at OHSU, as he presents on art, perception and the brain as part of panel discussion with leaders in the field of neuroscience from OHSU and the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle. The lecture … Read More

School of Dentistry Dean’s Seminar Series, Mar. 2

The OHSU School of Dentistry welcomes Andrew F. Russo, Ph.D., professor of molecular physiology and biophysics at the University of Iowa. Russo’s presentation will focus on two very common trigeminal-mediated pain states: temporomandibular disorder (TMD) and migraine. Monday, Mar. 2, 2015 12 p.m. welcome reception / 12:30 p.m. seminar Collaborative Life Sciences Building, CLSB 3A003A/B In a presentation titled “Trigeminal-Mediated Pain: Clues from mice,” Dr. Russo will share his lab’s recent findings on the role … Read More

Gootee/Moda Health endowed lecture on leadership, Nov. 14

Chris McGowan, president and CEO of the Portland Trail Blazers, is giving the annual Robert G. Gootee/Moda Health Endowed Lecture in leadership and professionalism, titled “What it takes to win: Strategy and leadership.” The lecture is part of OHSU’s Professionalism Week, and is sponsored by the School of Dentistry. Friday, Nov. 14, 4 p.m. CLSB, PSU Auditorium Reception to follow This lecture is the first fully endowed lectureship in the history of the OHSU School of … Read More

Latest news for HIV vaccines, treatments, and possible cures workshop, Nov. 11

The Cascade AIDS Project and OHSU, in conjunction with the 32nd Annual NHP Models for AIDS Symposium, invites teachers and community members interested in HIV/AIDS to an interactive discussion with world experts on research and care in HIV/AIDS. The workshop, “The Latest News for HIV Vaccines, Treatments, and Possible Cures,” is free and open to the public. Speakers include Tyler TerMeer, executive director, Cascade AIDS Project Nancy Haigwood, Ph.D., AIDS vaccine researcher and director of OHSU’s Oregon National Primate … Read More

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