The Boonshoft School of Medicine & The College of Science+Mathematics

2016 Fall Seminar Series

photo of a speaker and audienceThe department hosts a full schedule of seminars every academic year which features prominent researchers in the fields of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology from around the world. Seminars are held on Fridays each Semester, from 2-3 p.m., in 101 NEC - Auditorium, *unless otherwise noted. If you would like additional information, please contact seminar director, Dr. JA Kozak via email at juliusz.kozak@wright.edu

 

 

Sept. 9   

Pothitos Pitychoutis, Ph.D. - Host: Dr. Chris Wyatt

 

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology 

 

University of Dayton – Dayton, Ohio

 

“Dissecting the sex-dependent effects of the rapid-acting antidepressant drug ketamine in the female mouse brain”

   

Sept. 16

Dave Hildeman, Ph.D. – Host: Dr. Lucille Wrenshall

 

Professor, Department of Pediatrics 

 

University of Cincinnati – Cincinnati, Ohio

 

"Inflammaging, Regulatory T cells, and age-related immunosuppression:  a new twist on an old story"

   

Sept. 23

Irina Buhimschi, MD – Host: Dr. Thomas L. Brown

 

Director, Center for Perinatal Research Nationwide Children’s Hospital Research Institute

Professor, Pediatrics and Obstetrics and Gynecology 

 

The Ohio State University – Columbus, Ohio

 

"Untangling preeclampsia through omics technologies"

   

Oct. 7

Christopher Thompson, PT, Ph.D., DPT – Host: Dr. Sherif Elbasiouny

 

Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy 

 

Temple University – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

“Quantifying the neural drive to muscle using parallel animal and human approaches”

   
Nov. 4 Samuel Cheshier, MD, Ph.D. - Host: Dr. Robert Lober
  Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery 
  Stanford University – Stanford, California
 

“Anti-CD47 for the treatment of malignant pediatric brain tumors”

   
Dec. 2

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, Ph.D., FACS, FAST

  Professor, Department of Surgery and NCBP
  Wright State University - Dayton, Ohio
  "IL2 and Smooth Muscle Homeostasis"