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BIO-STEM Scientific Discovery Series

BIOSTEM

Bio-STEM Scientific Discovery Series introduces students to research fields available at UB. Faculty from various departments will present an overview of their laboratory work, and will describe their career paths: to science, to their current research focus, and to UB. Dinner will be served!

2015 Schedule: Wednesdays at 4PM

Date

Speaker

Location

June 7

Jason M. Davies, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery & Bioinformatics; Clinical and Translational Science Institute

 

144 Farber Hall, South Campus

June 14

Michal Stachowiak, PhD

Professor of Pathology & Anatomical Sciences

Director, Molecular & Structural Neurobiology & Gene Therapy Program and Stem Cells Engraftment & In Vivo Analysis facility, WNYSTEM

144 Farber Hall, South Campus
June 21                                                                              TBD                                                                                                                          144 Farber Hall, South Campus
June 28

From Pathologist to Lab Rat, From Neuroscientist to Cancer Biologist, and From china to US to UK and Back to US - My Fun Career Path

Dean Tang, PhD

Professor of Oncology; Chair, Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics; Roswell Park Cancer Institute

144 Farber Hall, South Campus
July 5

Beatrice L. Wood, PhD

Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics & Psychology

 

144 Farber Hall, South Campus
July 12                                                                                         TBD                                                                                     144 Farber Hall, South Campus
July 19

Annual CLIMB UP Lecture

Dean S. Seneca

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

144 Farber Hall, South Campus

July 26

The Pleuri-Potential in All of Us

Kim Griswold, MD, MPH, RN

Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Psychiatry, and Public Health and Health Professions

144 Farber Hall, South Campus