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January 01, 2020 - December 31, 2020
 
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Monday, January 06, 2020
1/6 10:00 am Outer Membrane Protein Design Using Evolution and Experimentation; Joanna Slusky, Assistant Professor, Computational Biology and Molecular Biosciences, University of Kansas; Building 50 ; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-594-5187; caroleb@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/6 12:00 pm Comparative Neurobiology of Vocal Communication; Michael Long, Ph.D., New York University Medical Center; Porter Neuroscience Bldg, 35a; G620-640; Contact Info: 301-496-3286 or 301-435-2232; tim.petros@nih.gov
1/6 3:00 pm Addressing the Social Determinants of Childhood Obesity: Ethical Imperatives & Trade-Offs; Anne Barnhill, Ph.D., Associate Faculty, Berman Institute of Ethics, Johns Hopkins University; Hunter Jackson Smith, MD, MPH, MBE, Captain, US Army Medical Corps, Uniformed Services University; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Lower level Room D; Contact Info: 240 423-0886; keltymiriam@gmail.com

Tuesday, January 07, 2020
1/7 11:00 am Intercellular PCP Signaling Underlies a Mechanism that Guides Cochlear Innervation; Michael Deans, Ph.D., Asst. Professor & Director of Research, Dept. of Surgery, Division of Otolaryngology, Univ. of Utah School of Medicine; 35A; 640; Contact Info: 301-402-4214; wud@nidcd.nih.gov
1/7 11:00 am NHLBI Tenure Track Guest Seminar Series ; Paul Ridker, 100 Years from CRP to Anti-Cytokine Therapy for Atherosclerosis: A History of D, Harvard Medical School; Building 50 ; 1328/1334; Contact Info: 301-451-9440; nehal.mehta@nih.gov
1/7 3:00 pm Advances in genomic epidemiology of malaria parasites and mosquito vectors; Daniel Neafsey, Assistant Professor, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor Conference Room; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
1/7 3:00 pm Diagnosing Resilience: A Multisystemic Model for Positive Development in Stressed Environments; Michael Ungar, PhD, Director of the Resilience Research Centre and Canada Research Chair in Child, F; NSC ; Conf room C; Contact Info: smithdaw@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/7 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine Lecture Series: The Challenge of Pandemic Preparedness and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases; Anthony Fauci, MD, Director, NIAID, NIH; Roger Glass, MD, PhD, Fogarty International Center; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-402-9863; williajk@mail.nih.gov

Wednesday, January 08, 2020
1/8 11:00 am Hormonal Control of germ cell migration; Ruth Lehmann, Ph.D., Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Professor of Cell Biology, Director of the Skirball I, New York University School of Medicine; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301.827.9652; zong-heng.wang@nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/8 1:00 pm Reward Prediction and Learning: What is the Computation?; Angela Langdon, PhD, Princeton University; Porter (Building 35A); GE610
1/8 3:00 pm Spatial Regulation of Zygotic Genome Activation ; Matthew C. Good, Dr., University of Pennsylvania; Building 37; Room 4041; Contact Info: 2407606293; marina.feric@nih.gov

Thursday, January 09, 2020
1/9 11:00 am * CANCELLED - All in the Mind? The Role of Psychology in the Treatment and Etiology of Pain; Tim Salomons, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Queen's University; 35; 610; Contact Info: 301-435-4541; davisb@mail.nih.gov
1/9 11:00 am Self versus nonself: Is that my dsRNA or yours?; Dr. Brenda L. Bass, Distinguished Professor, University of Utah; Building 50; 1328; Contact Info: 301-496-6991; katherine.mcjunkin@nih.gov
1/9 1:00 pm Interferons and Tfh Cells in Myositis; Timothy Niewold, MD, Judith and Stewart Colton Professor of Medicine and Pathology, NYU School of Med; 10 Clinical Center; FAES Room B1C208 & B1C206; Contact Info: 301-402-1514; lekyla.whitaker@nih.gov

Friday, January 10, 2020
1/10 10:30 am Functional Genetics in Human Lupus; Timothy Niewold, MD, Judith and Stewart Colton Professor of Medicine and Pathology, NYU School of Med, NYU School of Medicine ; Building 10 (Clinical Center); 12S233 Conference Room ; Contact Info: 301-594-0529; Salamah.jordan@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/10 12:00 pm Poly-Aneuploid Cancer Cells: Actuators of Cancer Resistance; Kenneth J. Pienta, M.D. , Professor of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences, The Johns Hopkins Hospital; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 2407607759 or 2405076273; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
1/10 1:15 pm Macrophages as 'ferrostats' in adipose tissue; Alyssa Hasty Ph.D., Associate Dean for Faculty Development of the Basic Sciences, School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University; BG 10-CRC; FAES 1&2; Contact Info: 301-451-1636 or 301-827-1481; kong.chen@nih.gov

Monday, January 13, 2020
1/13-1/14 8:00 am Imaging the Pancreas in Diabetes, and Benign and Malignant Exocrine Pancreatic Disease; Seung Kim, Physiology, Cellular and Molecular Biology of the Exocrine Pancreas and its Dise, Stanford University; Stephen Pandol, Links Between Diabetes, and Benign and Malignant Pancreatic Diseases, Including , Cedars-Sinai Medical Center; Mark Atkinson, The Endocrine Pancreas in T1D and T2D: Current Understanding , University of Florida; Kevan Herold, Inflammation, Diabetes and Pancreatic Disease, Checkpoint Inhibitor, Plasticity, Yale University; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Natcher Auditorium; Contact Info: 3015948802 x48802; maren.laughlin@nih.gov
1/13 10:00 am Control of immune cell migration; Dr. Brian Graziano, UCSF; Building 5; Room 127; Contact Info: susan.buchanan2@nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/13 12:00 pm Deconstructing memory circuits at cell type-specific resolution; Nelson Spruston, Ph.D., HHMI Janelia Research Complex; Porter Neuroscience Bldg, 35a; G620-640; Contact Info: 301-435-1896 or 301-435-2232; diamondj@ninds.nih.gov
1/13 3:00 pm * CANCELLED - Biological Discovery and Design using Machine Learning; Debora S. Marks, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School; 35; Room 610; Contact Info: 2407607759 or 2405076273; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov

Tuesday, January 14, 2020
1/13-1/14 8:00 am Imaging the Pancreas in Diabetes, and Benign and Malignant Exocrine Pancreatic Disease; Seung Kim, Physiology, Cellular and Molecular Biology of the Exocrine Pancreas and its Dise, Stanford University; Stephen Pandol, Links Between Diabetes, and Benign and Malignant Pancreatic Diseases, Including , Cedars-Sinai Medical Center; Mark Atkinson, The Endocrine Pancreas in T1D and T2D: Current Understanding , University of Florida; Kevan Herold, Inflammation, Diabetes and Pancreatic Disease, Checkpoint Inhibitor, Plasticity, Yale University; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Natcher Auditorium; Contact Info: 3015948802 x48802; maren.laughlin@nih.gov
CME Credit 1/14 8:00 am The Clinical Neuroscience Grand Rounds: 8:30-9:00 Dr. Daniel Pine, A case of anxiety in a pre-adolescent boy: understanding risk for later-life mood and anxiety disorders from genetic epidemiology research , 9:00 - 10:00 Dr. Benjamin Neale, The Power of Genetics to Understand Human Disease; Daniel Pine, NIMH; Dr. Benjamin Neale, NIMH; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Auditorium; Contact Info: 301.496.1561
1/14 11:00 am New Insights into Antimalarial Drug Resistance in Plasmodium falciparum; David Fidock, Professor of Biology, Columbia University Medical Center; 12735 Twinbrook Pkwy; 2nd Floor Conference Room; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
1/14 11:00 am Protein Trafficking & Organelle Dynamics monthly meetings; Alex Toulmat, Ph.D., NIDDK; Qi Zhang, Ph.D., NIDDK; Building 35A; 640; Contact Info: 301-594-0845; yihongy@mail.nih.gov
1/14 11:30 am HHEAR – Human Health Exposure Analysis Resource; David Balshaw, PhD, NIEHS; Yuxia Cui, PhD, NIEHS; Susan Teitelbaum, PhD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai ; Barbara O’Brien, Westat; https://tools.niehs.nih.gov/conference/exposome_we; Contact Info: exposome@niehs.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/14 1:00 pm Innovations in Primate Brain Cells and Circuits; Fenna M. Krienen, Ph.D., Harvard University; Porter (Building 35A); GE620-630; Contact Info: strangegk@nih.gov
1/14 2:00 pm Phase Separation of YAP Reorganizes Genome Topology for YAP Target Gene Expression; Dr. Danfeng Cai , HHMI-Janelia Research Campus; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301 443 2055; behdad.afzali@nih.gov
1/14 2:00 pm Sys Bio Interest Group Seminar & social hour - Varun Soon (NCI) ; Varun Sood, Research Fellow, Misteli lab, CCR, NCI; Building 4; 433; Contact Info: 2407606888; gregoire.altan-bonnet@nih.gov
1/14 3:00 pm Importance of the Lymphatic Endothelial Microenvironment on KSHV Tumorigenesis; Päivi Ojala, Ph.D., Professor for Cancer Cell Biology, UNIVERSITY of HELSINKI; Building 10 (Clinical Center); FAES Classroom 4, B1 Level, Room B1C205; Contact Info: ziegelbauerjm@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/14 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine Lecture Series: Ebola: Then, Now and the NIH; Daniel Chertow, MD, MPH, CC; Nancy Sullivan, PhD, NIAID; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-402-9863; williajk@mail.nih.gov

Wednesday, January 15, 2020
1/15 11:00 am * CANCELLED - How Organisms Transport Copper and Adapt to Copper Limitation; Dennis Thiele, Ph.D. , Duke University; 6100 Executive Boulevard, MD 20852; Ground Floor Conference Room; Contact Info: 301-435-2920; crayvondia.singletary@nih.gov
1/15 11:00 am The Force (Re)-Awakens: Unexpected roles for complement in normal cell physiology; Claudia Kemper, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, Complement and Inflammation Research Section, Immunology Center, NHLBI; Building 50; 1227; Contact Info: 301.435.2949; watermancm@nhlbi.nih.gov

Thursday, January 16, 2020
1/16 11:00 am Co-Evolution of a Histone Methyltransferase and it’s Reader Controls Patterns of Meiotic Recombination; Dr. Todd Macfarlan, Principal Investigator, NICHD, NIH; Building 50; 1328; Contact Info: 301-435-8989; leielissa@niddk.nih.gov
1/16 11:00 am Marshaling Public Data for Lean and Powerful Splicing Studies; Ben Langmead, Asst. Professor, Dept Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University; NH, Bldg 37; 4041/4107; Contact Info: 240.760.6314; amy.stonelake@nih.gov
1/16 12:00 pm NEI Intramural Research Seminar Series: The function of atypical opsins inside and outside the eye; Richard Lang, Ph.D; 10; 10S233 (Cogan); Contact Info: 301.451.6763; princess.alike@nih.gov
1/16 12:00 pm NEI Intramural Research Seminar Series: The function of atypical opsins inside and outside the eye; Richard Lang, Ph.D, Director, Visual Systems Group; Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics, Cincinnatti Children's Hospital; Building 10; Room 10S233; Contact Info: 301.451.6763; princess.alike@nih.gov

Tuesday, January 21, 2020
1/21 12:00 pm The T cell: Phagocyte interface in chronic inflammation; Burkhard Becher, Ph.D., Professor, Institute of Experimental Immunology , University of Zurich ; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-1801 or 301-496-7691; melissa.arey@nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/21 12:30 pm Coping with stress: how cells integrate stress and mitogen signaling to make the decision to divide; Dr. Steven Cappell, NCI, NIH; Porter (Building 35A); 640; Contact Info: 240-760-6139 or 410-558-8162; kraemerk@nih.gov
1/21 3:00 pm Fueling T Cells in Inflammation and Cancer; Jeffrey C. Rathmell, Director, Vanderbilt Center for Immunobiology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor Conference Room; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/21 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine Lecture Series: Biophotonics: From Light Pulses to Heart Pulses: to Heart Pulses:; Bruce Tromberg, PhD, NIBIB; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-402-9863; williajk@mail.nih.gov

Wednesday, January 22, 2020
1/22 11:00 am New frontiers in electron diffraction and efforts to determine the structure of prion aggregates; Jose Rodriguez, Assistant Professor, University of California, Los Angeles; Building 50; 2nd Floor Library, Room 2231; Contact Info: 3018271698; jiansen.jiang@nih.gov
1/22 11:00 am New frontiers in electron diffraction and efforts to determine the structure of prion aggregates.; Jose Rodriguez, Ph.D. , Assistant Professor , University of California Los Angeles ; Building 50 ; 2231; Contact Info: 301-827-1043; lataran.berrios@nih.gov
1/22 11:00 am Shaping Membranes with Proteins and Cytoskeleton: Deciphering Mechanisms with Reconstituted Systems; Patricia Bassereau, Ph.D., Group Leader "Membranes and Cellular Functions" , PhysicoChimie Curie (UMR CNRS 168), Institut Curie; Building 50; 1227; Contact Info: (301) 402-4344; hawa.racinethiam@nih.gov
1/22 2:30 pm De-Implementation of Ineffective or Low-value Clinical Practices along the Cancer Care Continuum; Erica S. Breslau, PhD, MPH, Program Director, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences; Wynne E. Norton, PhD, Program Director, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences; https://healthcaredelivery.cancer.gov/media/de-imp; Contact Info: breslaue@mail.nih.gov

Thursday, January 23, 2020
1/23 10:00 am Targeting membrane proteins using chemistry and immunology; Ross Cheloha , PhD, MIT and Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School; Building 8 ; 123/127; Contact Info: 301-594-5187; caroleb@mail.nih.gov
1/23 11:00 am Function of the histone demethylase LSD1 in transgenerational phenotypes and Alzheimer’s disease; Dr. David Katz, Associate Professor, Emory University; Building 50; 1227; Contact Info: 301-496-6125; briano@niddk.nih.gov
1/23 1:00 pm Zwitterionic Biomaterials for Safe and Efficacious Delivery of Biologics; Bowen Li, Postdoctoral Fellow, David Koch Institute, MIT; 35; GG607; Contact Info: 3014514246; shawn.chen@nih.gov
1/23 3:30 pm Neurobiology Interest Group Seminar Series: Two genetically, anatomically and functionally-distinct cell types segregate across the antero-posterior axis of the paraventricular thalamus; Claire Gao, NIH-Brown Predoctoral Fellow, NIMH; Building 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: marta.vieira@nih.gov

Friday, January 24, 2020
1/24 10:00 am Harnessing the Immune System in Regenerative Medicine; Dr. Kaitlyn Sadtler, Chief, Section for Immuno-Engineering, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering; NCI at Frederick, Building 549; Contact Info: 301-846-5743 or 3018465833; younghow@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/24 12:00 pm NIH Director's Seminar Series: Peter D. Crompton, M.D., M.P.H, NIAID, Unraveling the mechanisms of immunity to Malaria; Peter D. Crompton, M.D., M.P.H. , Chief, Malaria Infection Biology and Immunity Unit , Laboratory of Immunogenetics, NIAID ; Building 1; Wilson Hall ; Contact Info: (301) 496-1921 ; mmcburney@od.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/24 12:00 pm The Early Metastatic Microenvironment and Approaches to Rebalance the Dysregulated Niche; Rosandra Kaplan, M.D., Head, Tumor Microenvironment Section, Pediatric Oncology Branch, CCR, NCI; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 301-846-6957; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
1/24 1:00 pm HIV-1 prevention and cure: from prophylactic vaccination to ex vivo virus hunting in animal models; Diane L. Bolton, Ph.D., Chief, Animal Models & Pathogenesis Section, US Military HIV Research Program; 33; 1N09; Contact Info: 301-496-0909; sarah.cavanaugh@nih.gov
1/24 1:15 pm Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment of Newborns with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: Opportunities For Improvements; Kyriakie Sarafoglou, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Endocrinology & Genet, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital; BG 10-CRC; FAES 1&2; Contact Info: 301-827-1481 or 301-827-1481; carol.kong@nih.gov

Monday, January 27, 2020
1/27-1/28 9:00 am SPSS: Basics; OD Staff, OD; Building 12A; B51; Contact Info: 301-594-6248
1/27 10:00 am Uncovering Epithelial Organizing Principles with Synthetic Biomimetic Structures; Brian Belardi , PhD, UC Berkeley, Dept of Bioengineering and Biophysics; Building 8; 123/127; Contact Info: 301-594-5187; caroleb@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/27 12:00 pm Hormone-Dependent Neurocircuits Optimize Activity and Skeletal Health in Females; Lisa Ingraham, Ph.D., University of California, San Francisco; Porter Neuroscience Bldg, 35a; G620-640; Contact Info: 301-827-0960 or 301-594-1049; michael.krashes@nih.gov
1/27 3:30 pm Bridging neurons and beta cells; Sushil Rane, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, NIDDK/DEOB; BG 10-CRC; 9S-233; Contact Info: 301-827-1481; carol.kong@nih.gov
1/27 3:30 pm Mentoring and Career Development Workshop; Holly Ingraham, UCSF; 35; GG620/630; Contact Info: 3015944134; claire.lepichon@nih.gov

Tuesday, January 28, 2020
1/27-1/28 9:00 am SPSS: Basics; OD Staff, OD; Building 12A; B51; Contact Info: 301-594-6248
1/28 11:00 am Inflammation, energy metabolism and the periodicity of malaria parasites; Ricardo T. Gazzinelli, Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School; 12735 Twinbrook Pkwy; 2nd Floor Conference Room; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/28 1:30 pm NIAAA Mark Keller Honorary Lecture: Inflammation and Cell Death in Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease; Laura E. Nagy, PhD, Director of the Center for Liver Disease Research, Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland Clinic; Lipsett Amphitheatre, NIH Clinical Center; Contact Info: 301-443-3860; jmayo@mail.nih.gov
1/28 2:00 pm SysBio Interest Group Seminar: Douglas A. Lauffenburger (MIT); Douglas A. Lauffenburger,; Building 1; Wilson Hall; Contact Info: 2407606888; gregoire.altan-bonnet@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/28 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine Lecture Series: Taxol: Discovery, Mechanism and Cancer Treatment; Susan Band Horwitz, PhD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Jung-Min Lee, MD, NCI; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-402-9863; williajk@mail.nih.gov
1/28 4:00 pm Dengue Vaccines: How Good is Good Enough?; Anna P. Durbin, Professor, Johns Hopkins University; Building 40; CR1201/1203; Contact Info: boritze@niaid.nih.gov

Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Videocast Event 1/29 10:00 am From AMPA Receptors to Cdc48/p97: Mechanisms of Protein Homeostasis; Dr. Edward C. Twomey, Research Fellow, Dept of Cell Bio Harvard Medical School and Howard Hughes Medical Inst; Building 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: 301-787-8874; zimmerbj@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/29 10:30 am * CANCELLED - From AMPA Receptors to Cdc48/p97: Mechanisms of Protein Homeostasis; Dr. Edward C. Twomey, Research Fellow, Dept of Cell Bio Harvard Medical School and Howard Hughes Medical Inst; Building 40; Room 1201/1203; Contact Info: 301-787-8874; zimmerbj@mail.nih.gov
1/29 11:00 am Shaping the epithelial apical surface with adhesion and actin polymerization; Matthew Tyska, Ph.D. , Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor, Dept. of Cell and Developmental Biology, Scientific Director, Cell Ima; Building 50; 1227; Contact Info: 301.496.3694; rong.liu@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/29 3:00 pm A two act play: The character of cells and the role of biomechanics; Gilda A. Barabino, Ph.D. , Dean of Engineering, The City College of New York; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Contact Info: 301-594-6747; WALSoffice@od.nih.gov

Thursday, January 30, 2020
1/30 10:00 am Insights into the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Food Allergy and Eosinophilic Esophagitis; Pamela A. Guerrerio, M.D., Ph.D., Chief, Food Allergy Research Unit , Laboratory of Allergic Diseases, DIR, NIAID; Building 50; 1328/1334 Rear; Contact Info: 301-496-0909; sarah.cavanaugh@nih.gov
1/30 10:00 am * CANCELLED - Voltage Gated Sodium Channels: Structure, Function, and Pharmacology at the Atomic Level; William A. Catterall, Ph.D., Professor, University of Washington; Building 40; Contact Info: 301.435.4596; shengz@ninds.nih.gov
1/30 11:00 am Hungry brains and clever guts; Dr. Irene Miguel-Aliaga, Professor of Genetics and Physiology/Section Chair, Imperial College London/MRC LMS; Building 50; 1227; Contact Info: 301-496-6125; briano@niddk.nih.gov

Friday, January 31, 2020
1/31 1:00 pm Deciphering Maturation Pathways of HIV-1 Broadly Neutralizing B Cell Lineages to Guide Vaccine Design; Mattia Bonsignori, M.D. , Associate Professor, Duke Human Vaccine Institute, Duke University Medical Center; Building 33; Room 1N09; Contact Info: 301-496-0909; sarah.cavanaugh@nih.gov
1/31 1:15 pm Cardiometabolic Risk and Body Composition in Overweight Youth: All BMI Is not Equal; Sheela Magge, MD, Director of Division of Pediatric Endocrinology; BG 10-CRC; FAES 1&2; Contact Info: 301-451-7615 or 301-827-1481; carnahac@mail.nih.gov

Monday, February 03, 2020
2/3-2/4 9:00 am SPSS: ANOVA; OD Staff, OD; Building 12A; B51; Contact Info: 301-594-6248
2/3 10:00 am Chemical Probing of Coding and Non-Coding RNA Biology; Dr. Amanda Garner, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, University of Michigan; Building 8; Room 123/127; Contact Info: 3015945187; caroleb@mail.nih.gov
2/3 10:30 am The Lateral and Transverse Organization of Living Membranes; Ilya Levental, Asscociate Professor of integrative Biology and Pharmacology, McGovern Medical School at the Univ of Texas Health Scnece Center; Bldg 49; Room 1A51/1A59; Contact Info: 301-594-1128; chernomol@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/3 12:00 pm Neurobiology of recovery after brain and spinal cord injury in macaque models; Tadashi Isa, M.D., Ph.D., Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine; Porter Neuroscience Bldg, 35a; G620-640; Contact Info: 301-496-9375 or 301-435-2232; oh@lsr.nei.nih.gov
2/3 3:00 pm Quantitative Principles for Modeling Immune Responses in Health and Disease; Philip D Hodgkin, Professor, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Auditorium; Contact Info: sungm@mail.nih.gov

Tuesday, February 04, 2020
CME Credit 2/4 8:00 am The Clinical Neuroscience Grand Rounds: 8:30-9:00 Dr. Katharina Kircanski, TBD, 9:00 - 10:00 Dr. Bruno Averbeck, Cortical-striatal networks and motivational learning in health and disease;  Dr. Katharina Kircanski,, NIMH; Dr. Bruno Averbeck, NIMH; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Auditorium; Contact Info: 301.496.1561
2/4 9:00 am Controlling mitochondrial thermogenesis to combat metabolic syndrome; Dr. Ambre Bertholet, UCSF; Building 5; Room 127; Contact Info: susan.buchanan2@nih.gov
2/3-2/4 9:00 am SPSS: ANOVA; OD Staff, OD; Building 12A; B51; Contact Info: 301-594-6248
2/4 11:00 am Seminal influences: how male mosquitoes directly alter female physiology, fitness and behavior ; Laura Harrington, Professor of Entomology, Cornell University; 12735 Twinbrook Pkwy; 2nd Floor Conference Room; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/4 11:00 am The Kinetics of Gene Transcription; Carson Chow, Senior Investigator, Lab of Biological Modeling, NIH/NIDDK; Bldg 50; Rm 1227; Contact Info: 3014352982; susanc@helix.nih.gov
2/4 12:00 pm Stromal crosstalk with resident lymphocytes at tissue boundaries; Ari Molofsky, MD, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of California San Francisco; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-1801 or 301-496-7691; melissa.arey@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/4 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine Lecture Series: HIV: Latest Challenges in Mechanism and Management; John Coffin, PhD, NCI/Tufts; Frank Maldarelli, MD, PhD, NCI; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-402-9863; williajk@mail.nih.gov
2/4 4:00 pm Understanding Lentiviral Dynamics Using a Barcoded Virus; Brandon F Keele, Ph.D., Principal Investigator and Senior Principal Scientist, AIDS and Cancer Virus Program (ACVP) at the Frederick National Laborat; Building 40; CR1201/1203; Contact Info: boritze@niaid.nih.gov

Wednesday, February 05, 2020
2/5 10:00 am Neuronal Signaling in Pancreatic Islet Development and Function; Rejji Kuruvilla, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Biology, Johns Hopkins ; Lipsett Amphitheater ; Lipsett Amphitheater ; Contact Info: 301.451.1663; mukoyamay@nhlbi.nih.gov
2/5 10:30 am Extracting hidden information from your fluorescence microscope; Dr. Mikael Backlund, Harvard University, Department of Physics; Building 5; 127; Contact Info: danica.day@nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/5 12:00 pm CryoEM: An Evolving Tool to Provide High-resolution Views of Membrane Proteins and Protein Complexes; Doreen Matthies, Cryo-EM Research Scientist, Cryo-Electron Microscopy, HHMI Janelia Research Campus; Building 29B; 1H10; Contact Info: 301-787-8874; zimmerbj@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/5 12:00 pm Ethics Grand Rounds Capacity to Give Consent: What is it? Who has it?; Discussant: Paul S. Applebaum, MD, Dollard Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine and Law, Columbia University; Case Presenter: Christa Zerbe, MD Staff Clinician, , Laboratory of Clinical Immunology and Microbiology, NIAID; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-0080; masm@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/5 3:00 pm Deciphering cancer genomes and networks; Mona Singh, Ph.D., Professor of Computer Science, Lewis Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, Princeton University ; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Contact Info: 301-594-6747; WALSoffice@od.nih.gov

Thursday, February 06, 2020
2/6 3:30 pm Cockayne and trichothiodystrophy, transcription disorders; Dr. Jean-Marc Egly , Institut de Genetique et de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire (IGBMC); Building 37; 4041; Contact Info: 240-760-6139; kraemerk@nih.gov
2/6 3:30 pm GBF1, a Cellular Membrane Metabolism Protein Controlling Enterovirus RNA replication; George A. Belov, Associate Professor, University of Maryland; Building 31; 11A01; Contact Info: 301.435.0817; nihal.altan-bonnet@nih.gov
2/6 3:30 pm Neurobiology Interest Group Seminar Series: Synaptic Kalirin-7 and Trio Interactomes Reveal a GEF Protein-Dependent Neuroligin-1 Mechanism of Action; Jeremiah Paskus, PhD, NIH, NINDS; Building 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: marta.vieira@nih.gov

Friday, February 07, 2020
2/7 10:00 am Treating Common Cancers with T-cells Targeting Mutated Tumor Antigens; Dr. James Yang, Senior Investigator, Surgery Branch, NCI, NIH; NCI at Frederick, Building 549; Contact Info: 301-846-5225 or 301-846-5833; tarasovn@mail.nih.gov
2/7 11:00 am Mouse Models and Human Stem Cells-Complementary Approaches to Study Sensory Neurobiology; Jan Siemens, Ph.D. & Katrin Schrenk-Siemens, Ph.D., Professor, University of Heidelberg; Building 40; 1201; Contact Info: 301-435-4541; davisb@mail.nih.gov
2/7 11:00 am New Insights About How The Pancreatic Islet Impacts Glucose Metabolism; Alejandro Caicedo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Miamo; 8; 127; Contact Info: aaron.cypess@nih.gov
2/7 11:00 am New Insights About How the Pancreatic Islet Impacts Glucose Metabolism; Alejandro Caicedo, Prof., University of Miami; Building 8; 127; Contact Info: 3014023589; jurgenw@niddk.nih.gov
2/7 12:00 pm Ceramide channel formation in the mitochondrial outer membrane: regulation by Bcl-2 family proteins and induction of apoptosis; Marco Colombini, Professor, University of Maryland; Building 10 (Clinical Center); 7S233; Contact Info: chungj@nhlbi.nihgov
Videocast Event 2/7 12:00 pm Hereditary Cancer mutation and Drug Development; Pamela Munster, M.D., Professor, Medicine, University of California, San Francisco; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 2407607756 or 2405076273; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
2/7 1:15 pm Three Stories on Immunometabolism; Elif Oral, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan; BG 10-CRC; FAES 1&2; Contact Info: 301-827-1481; aaron.cypess@nih.gov

Monday, February 10, 2020
2/10 10:00 am Protein phase separation regulates transmembrane signaling; Lindsay Case, Damon Runyon Postdoctoral Fellow, UT Southwestern Medical Center; Building 5; 127; Contact Info: 3014024703; jinwei.zhang@nih.gov
2/10 10:00 am Protein phase separation regulates transmembrane signaling; Dr. LIndsay Case, UT Southwestern Medical Center; Building 5; Room 127; Contact Info: susan.buchanan2@nih.gov
2/10 11:30 am Gut Feelings – How intestinal microbes regulate the brain and behavior; Mélanie G. Gareau, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Phys