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Calcium Signaling During Neutrophil Activation

Type: Event
Start Date: March 23, 2017 12:00 PM
End Date: March 23, 2017 01:00 PM
Location: McKibben Lecture Hall, Room 156, Keck School of Medicine at USC
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Keck School of Medicine
Pathology 575: Frontiers of Pathology
Cellular Homeostasis Lecture Series
January 12 - April 6 | Thursdays, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm 

Spring 2017 Schedule 

January 12: Student Orientation

January 19: Wolfram Goessling, MD, PhD – Harvard Medical School, Premalignant regulation of liver growth
Host & Moderator: Kinji Asahina

January 26: Yosuke Mukoyama, PhD – National Institutes of Health, Shaping the Organ-Specific Vascular Tree: Unexpected Role of Myeloid Progenitors in Vascular Development
Host & Moderator: Toshio Miki

February 2: Chang H. Kim, PhD – Purdue University, Regulation of immune cell homeostasis by retinoic acid
Host & Moderator: Takeshi Saito

February 9: Alan Wells, MD, DMSc – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, "Trucking" - The molecular controls of cell migration
Host & Moderator: Keane Lai

February 16: Mei Kong, PhD – City of Hope, Dealing with hunger: how cancer cells adapt to glutamine deprivation
Host & Moderator: Keane Lai

February 23: Gustavo Leone – The Ohio State UniversitySignaling in the Tumor Microenvironment of Breast Cancer
Host & Moderator: Kinji Asahina

March 2: Tannishtha Reya, PhD – UCSD, Imaging stem cell signals in cancer progression and therapy resistance
Host & Moderator: Hide Tsukamoto

March 9: David Chan, MD, PhD – California Institute of Technology, Physiological functions of mitochondrial dynamics
Host & Moderator: Toshio Miki

March 16: Spring Break (March 12 - 19, 2016)

March 23: Clifford A. Lowell, MD, PhD – UCSF, Calcium signaling during neutrophil activation
Host & Moderator: Keane Lai

March 30: Alexandra Newton, PhD – UCSD, Reversing the Paradigm: Protein Kinase C as a Tumor Suppressor
Host & Moderator: Kinji Asahina

April 6: Michael B. Elowitz, PhD – California Institute of TechnologyDesign principles of cellular communication pathways
Host & Moderator: Keigo Machida

These events are open to the public for registration and attendance. This class may be re-taken for up to 8 units. Lunch will be provided to registered students and residents.

Contact Lisa Doumak, Staff Graduate Advisor, Pathology Grad Programs, at doumak@med.usc.edu (323-442-1168) to register.  

Course Coordinators:  
Keane K. Lai, MD
Assistant Prof of Clin Path

Kinji Asahina, PhD
Associate Prof of Pathology

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