Events/Seminars

A seminar series entitled “Topics in Organogenesis” offers lectures by University of Michigan faculty and invited speakers from outside of the University. All outside speakers are guests of the Center for Organogenesis. The Center is also actively involved in co-sponsoring invited speakers with various departments within the University. 
 
All seminars are held at 4:00pm in the BSRB ABC Seminar Rooms, unless otherwise noted.*

 

10/2/2018
Kelley Yan                                                       “Single-cell studies of intestinal stem cells and their niche”
Columbia Center for Human Development

11/13/2018
Mark Lewawndoski                                          “FGFs play multiple roles during embryonic axis 
NIH                                                                   extension in vertebrates.”

12/4/2018
Dieter Egli                                                       "Understanding diabetes using stem cells."
Columbia University

1/8/2019
Gregory Pazour                                              “New Roles for an Ancient Organelle: Ciliary Defects Cause 
University of Mass Medical School                   Cystic Kidney Disease and Structural Birth Defects”

1/22/2019
Jacques Drouin                                               “Cell fate specification through chromatin opening and 
Montreal Clinic                                                the pioneer factor action of Pax7 in pituitary”

2/5/2019
Joy Wu                                                            "Interactions Between Bone and Blood in Health 
Stanford University                                          and Disease"

2/26/2019
Anjana Rao                                                     "TET methylcytosine oxidases, cell lineage specification 
LaJolla Institute                                                and cancer"
Co-Sponsored Chromatin Club

3/5/2019
Julien Sage                                                     “Molecular and cellular mechanisms of SCLC              
Stanford University                                          development and response to therapy”       

3/12/2019
Nhan Tran                                                      “Cellular and biochemical mechanisms of gene 
Mayo Clinic                                                      repression in cancer.”

4/16/2019                                    
Kwanghun Chung                                           “Holistic molecular imaging and rapid phenotyping of
MIT                                                                  complex biological systems”

4/23/2019
Lisa Coussens                                                 “Manipulating the Tumor Microenvironment for 
Oregon Health & Science University                 Anti-Cancer Therapy"