November 6 - 10, 2017

"Title TBD"

Rose Pasquale
Neuroscience Program, Dr. Eduardo Solessio's Lab
Neuroscience & Physiology Graduate Program 
Tuesday, November 7 @ 12 - 1 pm, 4709 NRB
Questions? Call: 4-7752

"Emergence of Tissue Mechanics from Cellular Biology"

Matthias Merkel, PhD
SU Department of Physics
Syracuse Biomaterials Institute Seminar
Wednesday, November 8 @ 10 - 11 am, 414 Bowne Hall, SBI Seminar Room, SU
Questions? Email:

"Role of Proteinuria in the Progression of Renal Disease"

Kriti Devkota, MD
Renal Fellow
Nephrology Journal Club, Physiology Conference
Wednesday, November 8 @ 4 pm, 9405A East Tower UH
Questions? Call: 4-5290

"Mitochondrial Proteins as Tumor Markers and Anti-Cancer Drug Targets"

Mansi Babbar
Graduate Assistant, Dr. Saeed Sheikh's Lab
Pharmacology Thesis Defense
Thursday, November 9 @ 12 pm, 2231 WH
Questions? Call: 4-7949

"Treatment Relationships That Work: Evidence-Based Practices

John Norcross, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of Scranton
Psychiatry Grand Rounds
Thursday, November 9 @ 12:30 - 2 pm, 713 Harrison Street, 2nd Floor
Questions? Call: 4-3120 | Open to the public

"Developing Child Psychiatry in a Least Developing Country: Experience of an Only Child Psychiatrist from Nepal"

Arun Raj Kunwar, MD
Head of the Child and Adolescent Unit, Kanti Children's Hosptial, Kathmandu, Nepal
Psychiatry Grand Rounds
Friday, November 10 @ 1 - 2 pm, 713 Harrison Street, 3nd Floor, Room 304
Questions? Call: 4-3120 | Open to the public

"The Black Women's Health Study (BWHS): A Follow-Up Study of Black/African American Women"

Yvette C. Cozier, DSc, MPH
Associate Professor, Epidemiology, Boston University, School of Public Health
Public Health & Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds
Friday, November 10 @ 12:15 - 1:15 pm, 2231 WH
Questions? Email: | Open to the public

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