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2018 Seminars

Date Talk Title Presenter(s) Institution Series
1/8/18 Role of ESR2 in female fertility M.A. Karim Rumi, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
1/11/18 Emerging roles for actin binding protein palladin in regulation of highly motile cells Moriah Beck, Ph.D Wichita State University Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
1/19/18 Assessing equivalent and inverse change in genomic data from multiple experiments: a new approach to functional analysis Jeffrey Thompson, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
1/22/18 Tissue-type specific measurement of neurochemicals and cerebral blood flow using MRI and MRS Phil Lee, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
1/25/18 Adult stem cells for treating ALS model mice Hiroshi Nishimune, Ph.D. & Lab Members University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
1/25/18 Functional brain mechanisms of sensorimotor control in individuals with autism spectrum disorder Kathryn Unruh, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
1/26/18 Science Policy: Perspective from the Front Lines Benjamin Corb American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
1/26/18 Sex Matters: Unique presentation of autism in females and the secondary impact of prevalence Rene Jamison, PhD University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training Seminar Series
1/29/18 The Role of Putative Prion-Like Protein, CPEB2, in Translation and Long-Term Memory Blake Ebner University of Kansas Medical Center Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
2/1/18 Increasing the visibility and impact of your research Ada Emmett, Josh Bokick University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
2/5/18 Complementary screens for new genes mediating the ability of the pseudokinase Tribbles to antagonize insulin signaling Leonard Dobens, Ph.D. Univeristy of Missouri - Kansas City Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
2/8/18 The dynamic dyad: Relationships between maternal responsivity and communication interactions and outcomes in children with Fragile X Steven Warren, Ph.D. and Kandace Fleming, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
2/9/18 Monte Carlo sampling error, III Adam Hafdahl University of Kansas – Lawrence Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis Colloquium
2/9/18 Increasing Independent Initiations in Young Children with Autism through a Peer-Mediated Intervention Jose Martinez, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
2/9/18 Increasing Independent Initiations in Young Children with Autism through a Peer-Mediated Intervention Jose Martinez, Ph.D. University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
2/12/18 Capturing functional epigenomes for insight into metabolic disease susceptibility Elin Grundberg, Ph.D., Children's Mercy Hospital Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
2/15/18 Primary Cilia Dysfunction and Misregulated Signaling Pathways in Human ADPKD and PKD Mouse Models Luciane Silva University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
2/15/18 Educational programing and curricular access for students with significant disabilities: a work in progress Russell Johnston University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
2/16/18 Setting Up Your Independent Consulting Practice Steve Simon, PhD Univeristy of Missouri - Kansas City Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis Colloquium
2/16/18 Molecular Insight into How Guanine Base Damage is Handled by DNA Polymerase beta Mallory Smith University of Kansas Medical Center Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
2/16/18 When waiting a few seconds feels like an eternity Mike Young, Ph.D. Kansas State University Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
2/16/18 When waiting a few seconds feels like an eternity Mike Young, Ph.D. Kansas State University Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
2/19/18 Regulated assembly of a prion-like phosphatase, CG5830, controls its phosphatase activity and embryonic development Zelha Nil University of Kansas Medical Center Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
2/20/18 Low Back Pain: Using Animal Models to Gain New Insights into a Global Problem Joshua W. Little, D.C., Ph.D. Saint Louis University School of Medicine Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
2/22/18 TFPI and Factor V in Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Alan Mast, MD, PhD Blood Center of Wisconsin Pathology
2/22/18 The identification and managements of Specific Language Impairment: A National Survey Claire Selin University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
2/23/18 The importance of posttranslational processing of polycystin-1 and fibrocystin to localization and function Peter Harris, Ph.D. Mayo Clinic Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
2/23/18 Git Orientation for Beginners Paul Johnson, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis Colloquium
2/23/18 Interactions between the Development of Equivalence Classes and Analytic Units Stefanie Stancato University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
2/23/18 The OASIS Parent Training Model – From Research to Practice Linda Heitzman-Powell, PhD and Jay Buzhardt, PhD University of Kansas Medical Center, University of Kansas - Lawrence Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training Seminar Series
2/26/18 A novel Role of Ribosomal Protein RPLP1 in Endometriosis Pathophysiology Zahraa Alali University of Kansas Medical Center Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
3/1/18 Cell therapy and tissue engineering approaches for myocardial repair Mahmood Khan, M. Pharm, Ph.D. The Ohio State University Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
3/1/18 Progress in developing an assessment for individuals with autism and minimal verbal skills Nancy Brady, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
3/2/18 Orchestrating the Extracellular Environment to Induce Stem Cell Differentiation and Tissue Repair A. J. Mellott, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
3/2/18 The Effectiveness of Information Disclosure Policies as Policy Instruments Eric Shannon University of Kansas – Lawrence Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis Colloquium
3/5/18 Neural Cardiovascular Regulation in Type 2 Diabetes Patients Paul J. Fadel, Ph.D. University of Missouri - Columbia Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
3/8/18 Molecular Architecture and Function of the Exocyst Complex in Vesicle Trafficking Mary Munson, Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Medical School Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
3/8/18 Story generation in adolescents with Fragile X Corinne Walker University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
3/9/18 An Introduction to Topic Modeling with Python Douglas Duhaime, PhD Yale University Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis Colloquium
3/9/18 Telomerase - an untapped cancer target Matthew Schaich University of Kansas Medical Center Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
3/9/18 Cooperation and Productivity During a Team Performance Task Matthew Novak Johns Hopkins Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
3/12/18 Plasticity in the nervous system in response to injury: compensatory and pathological David Schulz, Ph.D. University of Missouri - Columbia Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
3/15/18 Pathways to Parkinsonism Mark R. Cookson, Ph.D. Laboratory of Neurogenetics, NIA NIH Pharmacology and Toxicology's Scientific Seminar Series
3/15/18 Knowing it backwards and forwards: A receptive approach to assessing and teaching the alphabetic principle Kathryn Saunders, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
3/16/18 A Little Sugar Goes a Long Way: O-GlcNAc and Disease John A. Hanover, Ph.D. National Institutes for Health Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
3/16/18 Deferred Gratification in Preschool Children Following Access to Print and Mobile Electronic Media Gideon Naudé University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
3/29/18 Modeling podocyte hypertrophic stress and its consequences Roger Wiggins, M.B. B. Chir Ann Arbor, MI Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
3/29/18 A Spectrum of Stories: Working with Children and Adults with Autism Deborah Griswold University of Kansas – Lawrence Disability Studies Seminar
3/30/18 Antibiotic discovery by fluorescence spectroscopic analyses of membrane transport in CRE/ESKAPE bacterial pathogens Phillip E. Klebba, Ph.D. Kansas State University Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
3/30/18 Is Persistence a Virtue? Translational Implications of the Sunk Cost Effect Michael Sofis University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
3/30/18 KIDDRC Clinical Translation Core: Enhancing the Ability for Researchers to Efficiently and Successfully Recruit Participants from the I/DD and Autism Community Rene Jamison, PhD; Sean Swindler; Russel Waitman, PhD; Li Huang; Brenda Salley, PhD University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training Seminar Series
4/2/18 Targeting Glycolysis to Promote Brain Resilience against Alzheimer’s Disease Liqin Zhao, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
4/4/18 When the Levees Broke, A History of Un-Civil Rights in America Carol Anderson Emory University Waggoner Research Colloquium
4/5/18 The impact of sustained child problem behaviors on mother-child relationships in Fragile X Heather Fielding University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
4/5/18 Cocaine as a ‘second hit’ in HIV- related Pulmonary Hypertension: Adding fuel to the fire Navneet Dhillon, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
4/5/18 Dysregulation of Decidual Cell Progesterone Receptor Activity in the Pathogenesis of Preterm Birth Charles J. Lockwood, MD, MHCM University of South Florida Donald C. Johnson Lecture in Reproduction
4/5/18 Dysregulation of Decidual Cell Progesterone Receptor Activity in the Pathogenesis of Preterm Birth Charles J. Lockwood, MD, MHCM University of South Florida Donald C. Johnson Lecture in Reproduction
4/6/18 Repair Mechanisms for Endogenous DNA Damage David Wilson, Ph.D. National Institutes for Health Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
4/6/18 Development and Evaluation of an Advocacy Training Package for People with Disabilities​ E (Alice) Zhang University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
4/9/18 Physiology Society's Invited Guest Speaker Julie Kim, Ph.D. Northwestern University Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
4/12/18 Toward an explanatory framework for speech loss in ALS – A multifactorial model Panying Rong, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
4/13/18 Is Reduced Liver Energy Metabolism Making Us Obese E. Matthew Morris, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
4/13/18 Effects of Self-Management Using Fitbit®​ to Increase Steps Taken by Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Marren Leon-Barajas University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
4/14/18 LaTeX Workshop Paul Johnson, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis Colloquium
4/19/18 Earnest Modeling developmental change in verbal working memory in children with and without Specific Language Impairment: Preliminary findings from an ongoing longitudinal study Kathleen Kelsey University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
4/19/18 Lysosomal biogenesis and autophagy in pancreatitis Wen-Xing Ding, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
4/20/18 Regulation of coenzyme A and metabolic flexibility Roberta Leonardi, Ph.D. West Virginia University Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
4/20/18 Theatre as Intervention for Children with Autism Jacqueline Russell, BFA Chicago Children's Theatre/ The Red Kite Project Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Shared Decision Making: Improving Care for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder Across the Lifespan Susan Levey Children's Hospital - Philadelphia Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Complementary and Alternative Medical Treatments for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Challenges to Care Susan E Levy Children's Hospital - Philadelphia Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Neuroscience Zohreh Talebizadeh, Ph.D. Children's Mercy Hospital Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Emerging Sexuality and Bullying Prevention Rochelle Harris, Ph.D. Children's Mercy Hospital Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Recognizing and Treating Anxiety Disorders in High Functioning Youth with ASD Natalie Haultain, PsyD Children's Mercy Hospital Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Legal and Financial Transition to Adulthood Scott Adams Community America Trust Services Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Listen To Me: I am my own best advocate! Carrie Greenwood, Johnny Gomez Kansas Youth Empowerment Academy Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Self-Advocates: Raising the Heat and Leading the Way! Cole Brown, Colin Olenick, Stephanie Sanford Self-Advocate Coalition of Kansas Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Problem Solvers- The Mission Project Model for Teaching Social Skills to Adults with Autism Sarah Mai, OT-R, Sawyer Niedens, Kenny Flanagan The Mission Project Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Functional brain mechanisms of sensorimotor issues in autism Matthew Mosconi, Ph.D. University of Kansas - Lawrence Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Cultural Perspectives of Disability: How Does Bias Impact Responsive Care? Joshuaa Allison-Burbank, MA-CCC-SLP, Jessie Fox, MA-SLP University of Kansas - Lawrence Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Autism Spectrum Disorder: Increasing competence in social skills, problem solving, and community engagement with a technology based multicomponent intervention package Howard Wills, PhD, Leslie Bross, MS Jonathan Huffman, MA Emma Watson, BA University of Kansas - Lawrence Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 KU-TPE: Inclusive College Experience for Young Adults with ID/D Mary Morningstar, Ph.D., Dana Lattin, M.S. Ed. University of Kansas - Lawrence Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Self-Determination and Supported Decision-Making Karrie A. Shogren, Ph.D. University of Kansas - Lawrence Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Genetics of Austism Spectrum Disorders: An Update Merlin G. Butler, M.D., Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Psychopharmacologic Management in Autism Spectrum Disorder Ann Genovese, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Sex matters: The unique presentation of autism in females and the secondary impact of prevalence on social-emotional health. Jessica Schuttler, Ph.D., Mallorey Marek, B.A., Rene Jamison, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Engaging Young Children in Shared Book Reading to Promote Early Language and Pre-Literacy Brenda Salley, Ph.D., Debby Daniels, CCCP-SLP, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 OASIS-D, Dissemination of a Tele-Health Based Parent Training Model Linda Heitzman-Powell, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Jay Buzhart, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center, University of Kansas - Lawrence Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Roles of stress in etiology and treatment of ASD. David Beversdorf, M.D. University of Missouri Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 ADHD in Autism Spectrum Disorders Jessica A. Hellings, MB.BCh, M.Med. Psych., DFAPA University of Missouri - Kansas City Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Transition to Employment: Strategies for Success Wendy Parent-Johnson, PhD University of South Dakota Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Deconstructing Autism: Early developmental targets along the discovery frontier for higher-impact intervention John Constantino, Ph.D. Washington University Beyond the Diagnosis: Autism Across the Life Span
4/20/18 Maybe It's About Time: Comparing Force and Ratio Progressions in Behavioral Economic Demand Shea Lemley University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
4/26/18 Stem Cells, their Niche and Mammalian Cancer Biology using Mammary Gland as a Model" Gilbert Smith, PhD National Institutes for Health Pathology
4/26/18 The impact of sustained child problem behaviors on mother-child relationships in Fragile X Heather Fielding University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
4/26/18 Intercellular communication during herpes simplex virus 1 infection Maria Kalamvoki, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
4/27/18 Graduating with a Ph.D., Now What? Shefali Rouen, Ph.D. Amgen Research and Development Beyond the Lab Series
4/27/18 The Computational Chemical Biology Core: Computational approaches for screening and design of small-molecule inhibitors David Johnson, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
4/27/18 Clinical Practice with Clients from Diverse Backgrounds: Strategies for Ethical and Effective Practice Jeffrey Barnett, PSY.D., ABPP Loyola University Maryland KU Clinical Child Psychology Program
4/27/18 Examining Explanatory Inputs and Community System Change Intensity Alexandria Darden University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
4/30/18 Neuroscience, Concussions, and Technology Chiming Huang, Ph.D. Univeristy of Missouri - Kansas City Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
5/3/18 Sex, Drugs, and Pain Jon Levine, MD, PhD University of California - San Francisco James L. Voogt Lecture in Neuroendocrinology
5/3/18 Sex, Drugs, and Pain Jon D. Levine, MD, PhD University of California - San Francisco James L. Voogt Lecture in Neuroendocrinology
5/4/18 Bayesian Analysis with Stan Benjamin Goodrich Columbia University Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis Colloquium
5/4/18 Fine Tuning Hemoglobin Switching: Mechanisms at the Molecular Level Matthew Parker University of Kansas Medical Center Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
5/7/18 Deciphering Synaptic Diversity Eduardo Rosa-Molinar, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
5/8/18 Translational approaches to identification of novel targets for precision pain management Erin E. Young, Ph.D. University of Connecticut Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
5/9/18 Transcriptional regulation of nociceptive processing following spinal cord injury Kyle Baumbauer, Ph.D. University of Connecticut Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
5/10/18 Relating Structure and Function in Actin David Sept, Ph.D., University of Michigan Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
5/10/18 Making the Mouse Blastocyst:
from Cells to Genes to
Stem Cells
Janet Rossant, PhD University of Toronto Ivan Damjanov Lecture in Stem Cell Research
5/10/18 Making the Mouse Blastocyst: from Cells to Genes to Stem Cells Janet Rossant, PhD University of Toronto Ivan Damjanov Lecture in Stem Cell Research
5/10/18 Aerobic glycolysis during brain activation Gerald A. Dienel, Ph.D. University of Arkansas Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
5/11/18 SR Protein Kinase Phosphorylation & Splicing of Suboptimal Introns in Fission Yeast Michael Marvin, Ph.D. Rockhurst University Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
5/14/18 Gastric Bypass: Taste, Palatability, and Food Selection Alan Spector, Ph.D. Florida State University Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
5/15/18 KUMC Research Core Showcase Peter Smith, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center KIDDRC
5/17/18 Dysregulated Signaling and Epigenetics in Human Glioblastoma Shi-Yuan Cheng, Ph.D. Northwestern University Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
5/18/18 Proteomic Profiling of Anti-cancer Drug Mechanisms Steven D. Hartson, Ph.D. Oklahoma State University Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
5/21/18 Bilbo Baggins, Owen Meany and the Passage of Time Michael J. Parmely, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
5/24/18 Hematopoietic Stem Cell Aging, Clonal Hematopoiesis and Drivers of Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) Jennifer Trowbridge, PhD The Jackson Laboratory Pathology
5/24/18 CU062 is a polycystin-1 ligand Christopher Ward, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
5/30/18 Git Orientation for Beginners - Part 2 Paul Johnson, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis Colloquium
6/22/18 An Evaluation of a Community Life Skills Program for Adolescents in Foster Care Briana Lynch University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
7/20/18 An Evaluation of Safe Routes to School efforts in Douglas County, Kansas Daryl Stewart University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
8/29/18 Genetic Studies of Specific Language Impairment in Consanguineous Families Adnan Yousaf University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
8/30/18 Elucidating Predictors of Progression for Early Stage Invasive Cancer E. Shelley Hwang, MD, MPH Duke University School of Medicine Pathology
9/5/18 Examining Morphological Decomposition in the Early Stages of Complex Word Processing David Kummer University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
9/6/18 Investigating Mechanisms of Cytokinesis during Embryo Development Joshua N. Bembenek, Ph.D. University of Tennessee Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
9/6/18 Altered Neurodevelopmental Trajectories Following Placental Hormone Loss Anna Penn, MD, PhD Children’s National Pathology
9/7/18 Targeting cellular senescence to alleviate age-related diseases Ming Xu, Ph.D. University of Connecticut Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
9/7/18 Toward Greater Unity within Behavior Analysis Patrick Friman University of Nebraska Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
9/10/18 How Rho GTPases led us to new areas of biology and disease Richard A. Cerione, Ph.D. Cornell University Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
9/12/18 Language Experience Shapes Second and Third Language Learning James Bartolotti University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
9/13/18 Identifying and Targeting Vulnerabilities in Chemotherapy-resistant Triple Negative Breast Cancer Helen Piwnica-Worms, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center Pathology
9/14/18 The effect of nucleosome conformation on reader domain binding Catherine Musselman, Ph.D. University of Iowa Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
9/17/18 Recent progress in non-hormonal contraceptive drug discovery Gunda I. Georg, Ph.D. University of Minnesota Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
9/19/18 Stolen Voices? An Experimental Study of the Rapid Prompting Method Jason Travers, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
9/20/18 From oncogenes to targeted therapies in thoracic malignancies Balazs Hegedus, Ph.D. Medical University of Vienna Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
9/20/18 Break on Through to the Other Side: Macrophage Contributions to Early Breast Cancer Progression Heather L. Machado, PhD Tulane University Pathology
9/20/18 Allosteric Modulation of Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptors Craig W. Lindsley, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University Smissman Memorial Lecture Series
9/21/18 Structure function study of colon tumor suppressor APC Kristi Neufeld, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
9/21/18 The Rebirth of mGlu1 for the Treatment of Schizophrenia Craig W. Lindsley, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University Smissman Memorial Lecture Series
9/24/18 Retina physiology and pathophysiology: Understanding neurodegeneration to advance neuroprotection Peter Koulen, Ph.D. Univeristy of Missouri - Kansas City Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
9/26/18 Reliability, Validity and Reproducibility in the Big Data Age Erin Andres University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
9/27/18 Context-dependent roles of ciliary genes, Thm1 and Thm2, in protein trafficking and disease Wei Wang University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
9/27/18 The Epidemiology of Inflammatory Breast Cancer Paul Levine, MD University of Nebraska Medical Center Pathology
9/28/18 How to Strengthen Essential Skills and Advance Your Career in the Life Sciences Alex Erwin, Ph.D. BioKansas Beyond the Lab Series
9/28/18 Factors contributing to the development of child and adolescent problem behavior Paula Fite University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
10/1/18 The Philosophy of Neuroscience: How Optogenetics is Revolutionizing the Study of Memory Sarah Robins, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
10/3/18 Alternative Receptive Language Assessment Modalities and Stimuli for Children with ASD who are Minimally Verbal Kristen Muller University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
10/4/18 Conversion of an ERα Cell to an ESR2 Cell in a Cell Lineage CheMyong Jay Ko, PhD University of Illinois Pathology
10/5/18 Ion Selectivity and Pore Gating: Insights from a Potassium Channel in Motion Shizhen 'Jeff' Wang, Ph.D University of Missouri - Kansas City Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
10/8/18 The Roles of Novel Interactions with the Principal Circadian Kinase in the Regulation of Cell Death and Alzheimer’s Disease Pathways Jeffrey Price, Ph.D. Univeristy of Missouri - Kansas City Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
10/11/18 Stra8 biology from meiosis and beyond Ning Wang, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
10/12/18 Effects of Parenting on the Development of Children with Fragile X Syndrome Steven Warren University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
10/15/18 A New Model of Directed Growth Cone Migration in Axon Guidance Erik A. Lundquist, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
10/17/18 Language Learning in Multi-Cultural Contexts: Current practices; assessment and intervention, limitations and future directions Suma Suswaram University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
10/18/18 Impact of Pregnancy Complications on Maternal and Offspring Cardiovascular Health Sandra T. Davidge, PhD University of Alberta Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Epigenetics in Spermatogenesis from Stem Cells to Sperm Satoshi H. Namekawa, PhD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Lean Maternal Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Impacts the Ovarian Proteome Basally and in Response to a Stressor Later in Life Kendra Clark Iowa State University Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 The Impact of a Retroviral/Zinc Finger Gene ‘Arms Race’ on Mammalian Evolution Todd S. Macfarlan, PhD National Institutes for Health Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Mechanism of Action of Membrane Estrogen Receptor 1: Role of the Histone Methyltransferase EZH2 Paul S. Cooke, PhD University of Florida Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Biological Role of Prostaglandin Synthase 2 (PTGS2) on Early Conceptus Development in Pigs Caroline Pfeiffer University of Missouri - Columbia Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Cooperation Between Irx3 and Irx5 Promote Primordial Follicle Maturation and Survival Joan S. Jorgensen, DVM, PhD University of Wisconsin Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 The Gut Microbiota: A Central Player in Endometriosis Ramakrishna Kommagani, PhD Washington University - St. Louis Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Development of localized cancer therapeutics Laird Forrest, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
10/19/18 Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor Regulation of Endovascular Trophoblast Cell Development and Uterine Spiral Artery Remodeling at the Placentation Site Masanaga Muto, PhD University of Kansas Medical Center Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 ADAR1 A-to-I RNA Editing in Mouse and Human Oocytes Pavla Brachova, PhD University of Kansas Medical Center Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Dynamic Regulation of the Mitochondrial Effector Dynamin Like 1 (DNM1L) and Steroidogenesis in the Bovine Corpus Luteum Michele R. Plewes, PhD University of Nebraska Medical Center Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Zika Virus Infection Induces Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in Placental Trophoblast Cells Philma Glora Muthuraj, M.V.Sc. University of Nebraska - Lincoln Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/19/18 Eating for Two: Effects of Maternal and Paternal Diet on the Offspring Rebecca A. Simmons, MD University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research
10/22/18 Visualizing synapses in the mammalian brain Jai Subramanian, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
10/24/18 Diversity Panel Teresa Giralomo, Joashuaa Allison Burbank University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
10/26/18 The multifaceted roles of NKG2D in autoimmune diabetes and cancer Mary Markiewicz, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
10/26/18 Further Measurement of Other Behavior During the Differential Reinforcement of Other Behavior Marcella Hangen University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
10/29/18 In vitro inhibition of Alzheimer’s pathology with fungal natural products Chris Gamblin, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
10/31/18 Investigating Intent to Speak using Contingent Negative Variation Juhi Kidwai University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
11/1/18 Challenges and Progress of Delivering Molecules to the Brain Teruna Siahaan, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Pharmacology and Toxicology's Scientific Seminar Series
11/1/18 Cells ignoring their labels: Sensory neurons regulating tumorigenesis, epithelial cells transducing sensory stimuli Brian M. Davis, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
11/2/18 Chemical Tools for Studies of Biological Systems Blake Peterson, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
11/2/18 The Academic Health Department Partnership: Opportunities for applied research, service, and teaching Vicki Collie-Akers University of Kansas Medical Center Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
11/5/18 Environmental Influences on Epigenetic Patterning in the Germline and Early Embryo Jacquetta Trasler, M.D., Ph.D. McGill University, Montreal QC Molecular and Integrative Physiology Seminar
11/7/18 Early identification in autism: Subtypes based on child, family, and community characteristics Anna Wallisch University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
11/8/18 Fueling T Cells in Inflammation and Cancer Jeffrey Rathmell, PhD Vanderbilt University Medical Center Pathology
11/8/18 Rheostats and toggle switches for modulating protein function Liskin Swint-Kruse, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
11/9/18 Mitochondrial Behavior Jodi Nunnari, Ph.D. University of California - Davis Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
11/9/18 Using Digital Technology to Engineer Adolescent Health Christopher Cushing University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
11/15/18 SPECC1L Cytoskeletal Protein Regulates Palate Development Downstream of IRF6 Signaling Everett Hall University of Kansas Medical Center Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar
11/16/18 Molecular insight into epigenetic regulation of cytokinesis and ciliogensis in ADPKD Ewud Agborbesong University of Kansas Medical Center Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
11/28/18 Compromising Reciprocity John Gluckman, Ph.D. University of Kansas – Lawrence Child Language Doctoral Program Proseminar
11/29/18 Pregnancy Outcomes Associated with Infertility: Genetics vs Epigenetics Margareta D. Pisarska, MD Cedars-Sinai Pathology
11/30/18 Hypoxic Injury is a Protein Synthesis and Folding Problem C. Michael Crowder University of Washington School of Medicine Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series
12/7/18 Toward Efficient Toilet Training of Young Children in Early Childcare Programs Ashley Romero University of Kansas - Lawrence Applied Behavioral Sciences Prosem
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