October 29 - November 2, 2018


"How is the Assembly of the MLL1 Core Complex Regulated? Or 'Take this with a grain of NaCl'"

Kevin Namitz
Graduate Assistant, Cosgrove Lab
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Graduate Student Seminar
Monday, October 29 @ 12 pm, 2231 WH
Questions? Call: 315-464-8707 | Open to the public


"Transdifferentiation, novel insight in promoting angiogenesis"

Shu Meng, MD, PhD
Research Assistant Professor, Houston Methodist Research Institute
Assistant Professor of Vascular Biology in Cardiothoracic Surgery, Weill Cornell Medical College
Pharmacology Faculty Candidate Seminar
Hosted by Dr. Richard Wojcikiewicz
Monday, October 29 @ 12 pm, 3509/10 Setnor
Questions? Call: 315-464-7949


"The Intrinsic Compartmentalization Code of Peripheral Membrane Proteins in the Rod Photoreceptor"

Nycole Maza
Neuroscience Program PhD Candidate, Dr. Peter Calvert's Lab
Neuroscience Graduate Program & Physiology Graduate Program, Ophthalmology and Center for Vision Research Seminar
Tuesday, October 30 @ 12 - 1 pm, 4709 NRB
Questions? Call: 315-464-7752


"Vacuolar H+-ATPase: Nanomotor meets Nanobodies"

An informal presentation and discussion of research results presented by Dr. Stephan Wilkens' Lab
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Research Report
Tuesday, October 30 @ 4 - 5 pm, 103 WH
Questions? Call: 315-464-8707 | Open to the public


"Mitochondrial Biology and Cancer: Contributions and Consequences"

Jerry Chipuk, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Oncological Sciences, Department of Dermatology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Pharmacology Seminar
Hosted by Dr. Richard Wojcikiewicz
Thursday, November 1 @ 12 pm, 3509/10 Setnor
Questions? Call: 315-464-7949


"The Addiction Solution: Treating Our Dependence on Opioids and Other Drugs"

Lloyd I. Sederer, MD
Medical Director, NYS Office of Mental Health
Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Grand Rounds
Thursday, November 1 @ 4 - 5 pm, 2nd Floor, 713 Harrison Street, PBS Building
Questions? Call: 315-464-3120 | Open to the public


"The Significance of the Bok-IP3 Receptor Interaction and the Role of Bok in Mitochondrial Dynamics"

Jacqualyn Schulman
Graduate Assistant, Dr. Richard Wojcikiewicz's Lab
Pharmacology Thesis Defense
Friday, November 2 @ 10 am, 2231 WH
Questions? Call: 315-464-7949

Unless otherwise indicated, the seminars and meetings listed above are closed to the public; only employees of Upstate Medical University, or other SUNY employees, may attend. For question or to submit a seminar for a future This Week in Research please email Ellen Furnari at: FurnariE@upstate.edu.