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12:00 PM

day:
Thursday
date:
11/07/2019
time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
event:
BMG Department Seminar - Dr. Feng-Chun Yang, University of Miami, "ASXL1 is required for normal hematopoiesis"
location:
Pinn Hall Room 1017
type:
Seminar
department:
Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics
audience:
Everyone
details:
isCME:
No
registration:
No registration is necessary
contact:
Nancy Rush Biochemistry 3-0087 nr9b@virginia.edu
day:
Thursday
date:
11/07/2019
time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
event:
Cancer Center Journal Club 12pm
location:
MIC Library, Pinn 7th Floor
type:
Lecture
department:
Cancer Center Research Program Events
audience:
details:
isCME:
No
registration:
No registration is necessary
contact:
Maria Lane MCL9TH@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu
day:
Thursday
date:
11/07/2019
time:
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
event:
Hematopoiesis and Hematology Malignancy Working Group
location:
West Complex 6191
type:
Lecture
department:
Cancer Center Research Program Events
audience:
details:
isCME:
No
registration:
No registration is necessary
contact:
Maria Lane MCL9TH@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu
day:
Thursday
date:
11/07/2019
time:
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
event:
"NAD+ Regulation of Circadian Systems and Aging "by Joseph Bass
location:
PINN 1-17
type:
Seminar
department:
Pharmacology
audience:
Faculty Students
details:
Hosted by Irina Bochkis, Joseph Bass, MD, PhD is a Charles F. Kettering Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Feinburg School of Medicine, Chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Molecular Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

The primary research focus in our laboratory is to understand the molecular mechanisms through which the circadian clock regulates cell and organismal metabolism and the reciprocal feedback of metabolism on circadian oscillators in animals. Our long-range goal is to exploit insight into the clock to identify regulatory nodes within metabolic pathways important in beta cell biology, mitochondrial function, NAD+ biosynthesis, NAD+ dependent ADP-ribosylation and deacetylation reactions, and to determine the impact of these epigenetic modifications on proliferation and stress response. These studies will elucidate the relationship amongst brain, behavior, and physiology at both the cell and molecular level. We anticipate that a better understanding of clock processes will lead to innovative therapeutics for a spectrum of diseases including diabetes, obesity, autoimmunity, and cancer.
URL:
http://sites.northwestern.edu/bass/
isCME:
No
speakers:
Joseph Bass, MD, PhD, Charles F. Kettering Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Feinburg School of Medicine, Chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Molecular Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
registration:
No registration is necessary
contact:
Antoinette Reid Pharmacology 434-924-1919 adw2n@virginia.edu
Attachments:
SeminarNotice-Joseph Bass.pdf

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