The Vollum Institute hosts a variety of sponsored seminars on wide ranging topics of interest to the OHSU research community. These include regularly scheduled events during the academic year, such as the Vollum Seminar Series and Friday postdoc/student presentations, as well as special presentations by visiting scientists and faculty candidates.
Vollum Seminar Series
The Vollum Seminar Series runs through the academic year and strives to bring prominent scientists to OHSU to present current research in the general areas of molecular neurobiology, signal transduction and gene regulation.
Learn more about the Vollum Seminar Series
Friday Work-in-Progress Seminar Series
The Friday "work-in-progress" seminars occur weekly during the academic year and provide an opportunity for postdoctoral fellows and graduate students to share their current research projects in an interactive and less formal environment. Presenters draw from all the Vollum laboratories as well as a few affiliated labs in other research units. The talks touch on a wide array of scientific interests and approaches.
Vollum WiP talks 2020–2021
The Friday WiP Seminar Series for the 2020–2021 academic year will be virtual via Webex until further notice. All members of the OHSU community are welcome to attend the talks from 12–1 pm if interested. The second hour is a discussion of return-to-research updates and general Vollum Institute Q&A.
View the 2020–2021 Vollum Friday Seminar Schedule
Friday WiP Seminar via Webex | September 25, 2020
Seminar 12–1 pm | Post-seminar discussion 1–2 pm
Alexandra Pincus, M.D./Ph.D. Student, David Jacoby Lab
SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling factor
Larry Sherman, Ph.D., Professor, Oregon National Primate Research Center
Webex link will be posted at Vollum Seminar Videos on O2 when available.
Herbert Memorial Lecture
The Herbert Memorial Lecture is given annually in honor of the Vollum Institutes's founding director, Edward Herbert. Each year, we invite an outstanding scientist to engage in discussion and fellowship with Vollum faculty and students, as well as to give an open talk to the university.
Learn more about the Herbert Memorial Lecture