Hematology Research Seminar

2017-2018 Academic Year

Date Speaker Title
Aug 3, 2017
2:00 PM
Huichun Zhan, MD, MS
Stony Brook University
The Hematopoietic Niche in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms
Sep 22, 2017
Fri, 3:00 PM
Bonnie L. Bassler, PhD
Princeton University
9th Rosalind Kornfeld Lecture
Bacterial Quorum Sensing and Its Control
Sep 28, 2017 Angela Fleischman, MD, PhD
University of California, Irvine
Inflammation as a Driver of Clonal Expansion in Myeloproliferative Neoplasm
Oct 5, 2017 Wilson Fok
Luis Batista lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Understanding How Telomere Dysfunction and RNA Processing Defects Lead to Human Disease
Taylor Collins
Stephen Oh lab
Interrogation of ASXL1 Mutations in Combination With the JAK2 V617F Mutation in MPNs
Oct 12, 2017 Carissa Dege
Chris Sturgeon lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Natural Born Killers? Determining Function and Ontological Origins of Two Distinct Natural Killer Cell Populations Derived From Human Pluripotent Stem Cells
Kirsten Brenner
Luis Batista lab
A Telomere-Independent Role for the Telomerase RNA Component in Human Embryonic Stem Cells
Oct 27, 2017
Fri, 4:00 PM
Vivian G. Cheung, MD
University of Michigan
45th Carl Moore Lecture
It's in the RNA: Implications for Human Disease
Nov 2, 2017 Dhanam Anbukumar
Evan Sadler lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
The Involvement of Copper Transport in Von Willebrand Factor Biosynthesis
Nov 16, 2017 Steve Snyder
Stephen Oh lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Exploring the Role of NFκB in PMN Mouse Models
Julia Wagner
Todd Fehniger lab
Impact of Inducible Eomes Deletion on the Murine NK Cell Compartment
Nov 30, 2017 Joshua Muia
Evan Sadler lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Two Metalloproteases Involved in Cardiovascular Disease
Dec 14, 2017 Tanner Johanns
Gavin Dunn lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Neoantigens as Therapeutic Targets in Glioblastoma
Jan 11, 2018 Jian Zhu
Evan Sadler lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Structural and Functional Studies of ADAMTS13: AUC, HDX, and EM
Jan 18, 2018 Terrence Wong Clonal Evolution of Hematopoietic Stem Cells During Chemotherapy and Transplantation
Jan 25, 2018 Daniel Fisher
Stephen Oh lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Utilizing Mass Cytometry and Mouse Models to Understand Myeloproliferative Neoplasms
Feb 1, 2018 Philip Creamer
Chris Sturgeon lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Investigating Gene Expression During Human Definitive Hematopoietic Specification
Jared Fowles
Stephen Oh lab
Genomic Dissection of Age-Related Differences in Polycythemia Vera
Feb 15, 2018 Tom Girard A Balance Between Pro- and Anti-Coagulant Factors to Abate Bleeding and Avoid Thrombosis
Feb 22, 2018
10:00 AM
Agnel Sfeir, PhD
New York University
Protecting Our Genomes: Whenever, Wherever
Mar 7, 2018
Wed, 11:00 AM
Stephen S. Chung, MD
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Less Can Be More: Novel Insights Into Hematologic Malignancies Revealed in Rare Stem Cell Populations
Mar 15, 2018 Alex Vessoni
Luis Batista lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Investigating Cell Death and DNA Damage Response in hESCs With Short Telomeres
Stephanie Luff
Chris Sturgeon lab
Twice Spliced: Exploring HOXA9 Variants in Embryonic Hematopoiesis
Mar 22, 2018 Garima Gupta Tyagi
Evan Sadler lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Single Molecule Analysis of VWF Extension and Cleavage Using Magnetic Tweezers
Mar 29, 2018 Chang Liu
Rob Mitra lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Rapid High-Resolution HLA Typing by Nanopore Sequencing
Apr 4, 2018
Wed, 11:00 AM
Chris Richardson, PhD
University of California, Berkeley
The Fanconi Anemia Pathway Plays a Key Role in DNA Repair at CRISPR-Cas9 Cut Sites
Apr 5, 2018 Paul J. Gadue, PhD
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Megakaryocyte Development From Stem Cell Sources
Apr 12, 2018 Lin Liu
Stuart Kornfeld lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
Golgi Retention of Glycosyltransferases Requires Binding of Its N-Terminal Cytoplasmic Tail to Coatomer
Apr 26, 2018 Casey Katerndahl
Tim Ley lab
Work-in-Progress Seminar
The Mechanisms Underlying PML-RARA-Induced Transformation and Self-Renewal
Christina Mikulka
Mark Sands lab
Cell-Autonomous Expression of the Lysosomal Enzyme GALC in the Twitcher Mouse