Stem Cell Seminar Schedule – Winter 2006
(Please note - days, times and rooms vary)
Dr. Christopher Navara
Seminar – Thursday, Jan.19th at 4:00PM -- Room A265 Bourns (Engineering)
Title: "Mitotic Spindle Errors and Cell Cycle Checkpoints in Human Embryonic Stem Cells"
Future Directions Talk- Friday Jan. 20th at 11:15--Room 1239 Spieth (Darwin Room)
Title: "Research and Training Opportunities in Human Embryonic Stem Cells"

Dr. Tiziano Barberi ( Sloan-Kettering Institute)
Seminar – Thursday, Jan. 26th at 4:00PM -- Room A265 Bourns (Engineering)
Title: “Directing ES Cells Toward Specific Fates: Hip for Developmental Biology. Hope fpr a Cure”
Future Directions Talk - Friday, Jan 27th at 11:15PM -- Room 1239 Spieth (Darwin Room)
Title: “FACS sprting as a tool to purify ES cell derived specialized progeny: basic and therapeutic applications”
Dr. April Pyle (John Hopkins University)
Seminar – Thursday, Feb. 9th at 4:00PM -- Room A265 Bourns (Engineering)
Title: “Tracking Down Stem Cells”
Future Directions Talk - Friday Feb. 10th at 11:15PM -- Room 1239 Spieth (Darwin Room)
Title: “Survival and Developmental Potential of Human Embryonic Stem Cells.”
Dr. Carol Brenner (Univeristy of New Orleans)
Seminar –Thursday, Feb. 16th at 4:00PM -- Room A265 Bourns (Engineering)
Title: “The role of the mitochondrial genome in embryonic stem cells”
Chalk Talk -Friday, Feb. 17th at 11:15PM -- Room 1239 Spieth (Darwin Room)
Title: “The future of embryonic stem cells and tissue regeneration”
Dr. Noboru Sato
Seminar - Thursday, Feb. 23rd at 4:00PM -- Room A265 Bourns (Engineering)
Title: “The signal transduction pathways regulating pluripotency in embryonic stem cells”
Chalk Talk - Friday Feb. 24th at 11:15PM -- Room 1239 Spieth (Darwin Room)
Title: “Identification of the molecular network regulated in pluripotent embryonic stem cells”

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