This event, hosted most weeks in the Discovery Building, attracts up to 100 students, post-doctoral fellows, staff and faculty each week. The structure is flexible and encompasses presentations of current research as well as discussion of relevant journal articles. A major goal is to maintain communication within the very diverse stem cell community at UW-Madison.
The meetings are usually on Tuesdays from noon to 1 p.m. (H.F. DeLuca Forum, Town Center, first floor) unless otherwise indicated. Sandwiches are served and water is provided; please bring other beverages if you wish. Contact us for more information or to be added to our mailing list.
Students may take this seminar series for credit. It is listed as Cell and Regenerative Biology 675: Topics in Cell and Regenerative Biology: Stem Cell Seminar. Intended for juniors, seniors and graduate students (previous biology course work is recommended.) 1 credit is offered for attendance and participation. See section CRB 675. This can only be taken for credit three (3) semesters. (This course used to be Anatomy 675.)
Upcoming Events in the Seminar Series
Tiaira Porter, SCRMC Honorary Trainee, Neuroscience (Moore Lab), “Characterization of nesprin-3 in mammalian neural stem cells”
Brian Walczak, Clinical Instructor, Orthopedics & Rehabilitation (Li Lab)/SCRMC Honorary Trainee, “Enhancing mesenchymal stem cells for cartilage repair”
Paul Frenette, Professor, Medicine/Cell Biology, Einstein College of Medicine, “Mesenchymal stem cell function in the HSC niche”
Arturo Alvarez-Buylla, Professor, Neurological Surgery, University of California-San Francisco, “TBA”
Jiyoung Bae, SCRMC Trainee, Cell & Regenerative Biology (Mahmoud lab), “Metabolite Regulation of Mammalian Heart Regeneration”