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MCMP Seminars - Fall 2016

All seminars are in RHPH 164 at 4:00 PM unless otherwise noted.
Schedules: Fall '14 | Spring '15 | Summer '15 | Fall '15 | Spring '16 | Fall '16 | Spring '17

Click next to a speaker's name to read their abstract or research profile. Speakers with no university following their name are MCMP 696 students presenting a seminar to fulfill a graduate program requirement. Abstracts require Adobe® Acrobat Reader® to view. Acrobat Reader may be downloaded for free from Adobe's website.

Students should read the Student Seminar Guide. Contact Dr. Casey Krusemark with any questions regarding the seminars.

Other seminar series: Interdisciplinary Life Sciences | Chemistry | Industrial & Physical Pharmacy

Tuesday Seminars   Thursday Seminars
Aug 23: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Aug 25: Available
Aug 30: Perry Kirkham - “New NIH standards on reproducibility, rigor, etc.” AND Craig Svensson - Panel discussion on submitting NIH applications   Sep 1: Available
Sep 6: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Sep 8: Available
Sep 13: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Sep 15: Available
Sep 20: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Sep 22: Available
Sep 27: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Sep 29: Available
Oct 4: Dr. Wanqing Liu, MCMP - “Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Genetics, Genomics and Precision Medicine”   Oct 6: Available
Oct 11: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Oct 13: Dr. Steven M. Johnson, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Indiana University School of Medicine - “Exploring the therapeutic potential of HSP60 chaperonin systems” - Research
Oct 18: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Oct 20: Dr. Ken Mackie, Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University - “THC, GPR119, and the metabolic syndrome”
Oct 25: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Oct 27: Dr. Marcus Lill, Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Purdue University - “From Water to Fibrils - The Many Faces of Computer-Aided Drug Discovery”
Nov 1: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Nov 3: Jonathan Gast - “Modulating the immune system through production of MHC-I peptides”
Nov 8: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Nov 10: Dr. Brent Martin, University of Michigan Department of Chemistry - “Rescuing cell polarity with small molecules” - Research | Abstract
Nov 15: Dr. David Nichols, Purdue University Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology, Univ. of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy Adjunct Professor - “Psychedelics: Basic science to translational medicine” - Abstract   Nov 17: Workshop on Responsible Conduct in Research
Nov 22: Dr. Lang Li, Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics, Biostatistics, Clinical Pharmacology, and BioHealth Informatics, Indiana University - “Translational Biomedical Informatics Research in Drug Interaction” - Abstract   Nov 24: Thanksgiving Holiday
Nov 29: Available (Graduate Student Seminar)   Dec 1: Workshop on Responsible Conduct in Research in JNSN B17
Dec 6: Jacob Owens - “DNA methylation of CTCF-binding sites increases cancer risk” - Graduate Student Seminar   Dec 8: Dr. Val Watts, MCMP - Chaney Award Lecture - “Biochemical, Genetic, and Small Molecule Approaches to Study Complex GPCR-Adenylyl Cyclase Signaling Pathways”
Dec 13: Workshop on Responsible Conduct in Research in JNSN B17   Dec 15: Matthew Arvin - “Temporally and spatially specific control of endogenous signaling pathways” - Graduate Student Seminar
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