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MCMP Seminars - Fall 2014

All seminars are in RHPH 164 at 4:00 PM unless otherwise noted.

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. Wanqing Liu with any questions regarding the seminars.

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

Tuesday Seminars   Thursday Seminars
Aug 26: Plagarism Seminar for 1st and 2nd-year graduate students.   Aug 28: Available
Sep 2: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Sep 4: Available
Sep 9: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Sep 11: Chang-Guo Zhan, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Kentucky - “No Title Yet”
Host: Ryan Drenan
Sep 16: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Sep 18: Available
Sep 23: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Sep 25: Available
Sep 30: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Oct 2: Available
Oct 7: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Oct 9: Available
Oct 14: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Oct 16: Available
Oct 21: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Oct 23: Dr. Ernest Hamel, National Cancer Institute, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research - “Mechanisms of action of microtubule stabilizing agents” - Abstract
Hosts: Dr. Ghosh & Dr. Cushman
Oct 28: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Oct 30: Available
Nov 4: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Nov 6: No seminar - Jenkins/Knevel Graduate Research Symposium
Nov 11: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Nov 13: Available
Nov 18: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Nov 20: Available
Nov 25: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Nov 27: Available
Dec 2: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Dec 4: Prof. Fraser Hof, Chemistry Dept., University of Victoria, - “Peptidic and supramolecular tools for probing epigenetic methylation pathways”
Host: Dr. Emily Dykhuizen
Dec 9: Reserved (Graduate Student Seminar)   Dec 11: Available
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