Events Calendar

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Vicarious Racism: Not All Wounds are Visible
Join our virtual lunch and learn about vicarious racism led by Anita Malone, M.D. (OB-GYN) and Polly Gipson Allen, Ph.D. (Psychiatry).
Dr. Susan Shao, Harvard Medical School
Join the Department of Biological Chemistry for a seminar presented by Dr. Susan Shao from Harvard Medical School.
The Wrap Podcast: Birthing Equity: Critical conversations and a Call to Action during Black Maternal Health Week
“The Wrap,” a weekly podcast from Michigan Medicine Headlines, featuring an episode titled “Birthing Equity: Critical Conversations and a Call to Action during Black Maternal Health Week.”
NGP Dissertation Defense: Amanda Gibson
Neuroscience Graduate Program Dissertation Defense: Amanda Gibson
Amanda Gibson Defense Announcement
Pharmacology Seminar Series - Laurel Grisanti, Ph.D.
“Adrenergic Regulation of Inflammation in the Failing Heart”
Laurel Grisanti
4th Year Graduate Student Seminar - Natalia Ubilla
The Department of Biological Chemistry hosts a seminar by 4th year graduate student Natalia Ubilla.
Seminar: Jorn Coers
Jorn Coers, PhD, presents in the Microbiology & Immunology Seminar Series
Pharmacology 646 Student Seminars: Serenata Su
Pharmacology 646 Student Seminars: Serenata Su
2024 MS Program Symposium
Join the Department of Biological Chemistry for research presentations by our graduating MS students.
Temporal Bone Dissection Course
This extensive five-day course is designed as a complete temporal bone dissection course for a resident or fellow in training or as an update for the practicing otolaryngologist.
Woman looking through a microscope
Pharmacology Seminar Series - John Hwa, Ph.D.
“A new platelet novel: Rewriting stories without a clot”
John Hwa
4th Year Graduate Student Seminar - Zoe Yeoh
The Department of Biological Chemistry hosts a seminar by 4th year graduate student Zoe Yeoh.
Seminar: Joel Swanson
Joel Swanson, PhD, presents in the Microbiology & Immunology Seminar Series
Head and Neck Cancer for the Primary Care Provider
After completing this activity participants will be able to apply knowledge learned to evaluate patients at high risk for oropharynx cancer. The University of Michigan Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Doctor examining a patient's neck
Dr. Tobias Walther, Sloan Kettering Institute
Join the Department of Biological Chemistry for the William E.M. Lands Lecture presented by Dr. Tobias Walther from Sloan Kettering Institute.