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January 01, 2018 - December 31, 2018
 
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Tuesday, January 02, 2018
1/2 4:00 pm RNA Club; Pavol Genzor (Astrid Haase Lab, NIDDK), PhD; Nannan Zhang (Peter Williamson Lab, NIAID), PhD; Building 31; building 31A, Room 2A48; Contact Info: maraiar@mail.nih.gov

Thursday, January 04, 2018
1/4 11:00 am Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs): Their impact on Chronic Inflammation; Christine Siu Ling Wong, Boston Children's Hospital; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-435-2949; watermancm@nhlbi.nih.gov
1/4 11:00 am Transcriptional Control of Developmental Timing; Dr. Daniel McKay, Assistant Professor, Integrative Program for Biological and Genome Sciences; Building 50; 1328; Contact Info: 301-496-7879; jkassis@mail.nih.gov
1/4 1:00 pm Special Delivery: Iron Trafficking Within Mammalian Cells; Caroline C. Philpott, M.D., Chief, Genetics and Metabolism Section Liver Diseases Branch, NIDDK/NIH; Building 10 (Clinical Center); 2C116 FAES Dining Room; Contact Info: 301-496-1163; connien@niddk.nih.gov
1/4 2:00 pm A 3D Code in the Human Genome; Erez Lieberman Aiden, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Baylor College of Medicine; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 3014434404 or 3014518078; miralievagd@mail.nih.gov
1/4 2:30 pm Virology Interest Group Seminar; Stephan Rosshart, NIDDK; Xintao Hu, NCI; Building 50; 2328; Contact Info: 301-594-6634; ziegelbauerjm@mail.nih.gov

Friday, January 05, 2018
1/5 10:00 am The Intestinal Microbiota in Ocular Inflammatory Disease and Age-related Macular Degeneration; Phoebe Lin, MD, PhD, Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health & Science University; Building 10; Room 10S233 (New Cogan); Contact Info: (301) 496-0049; egwuaguc@nei.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/5 12:00 pm The Dynamic Interplay between Aging and Cancer; Norman E. Sharpless, M.D., Director, National Center Institute; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 240-760-7755; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
1/5 1:00 pm Toward Ribosomal Synthesis of D-peptides; Hiroaki Suga, Professor, University of Tokyo; 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-496-4519 or 301-496-4096; thomas.dever@nih.gov

Monday, January 08, 2018
Videocast Event 1/8 12:00 pm Synapses, Muscular Dystrophy and Schizophrenia; Lin Mei, Ph,D., Augusta University; Porter Neuroscience Center, Bldg. 35a; G620-630; Contact Info: (301) 594-2269 or 301-435-2232; lizheng2@mail.nih.gov
1/8 3:00 pm Post-marketing Drug and Device Safety.; John Gillon, JD, MPH, Adjunct Faculty and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Pelligrino Center for Clinical Bioethics, Georgetown Univ Med Ctr; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Lower Level, F1,F2; Contact Info: 301 229-5639 ; keltym@verizon.net
1/8 3:30 pm Diabetes/Metabolism Interest Group; Ramon Pinol Manchon, Hypothalamic Brs3 populations regulate temperature, heart rate, and food intake, The Reitman group, DEOB, NIDDK; Karyne Vinales, Fibroblast Growth Factor 21 (FGF21) is part of the “thrifty phenotype” in humans, The Bogardus group, PECRB, NIDDK; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Solarium Conference Room 9S233 (old Bunim Room); Contact Info: 443-956-5021; sam_cushman@nih.gov

Tuesday, January 09, 2018
1/9 3:00 am Cellular and Molecular Regulation of T Follicular Helper cell Differentiation; Terri M. Laufer, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
1/9 11:00 am Actin Dynamics and Stereocilia Stability; Ben J. Perrin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Indiana University - Purdue Univ. Indianapolis; 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: 301.443.2766; lisa.cunningham@nih.gov
1/9 12:00 pm Diversity of Immunoreceptors on Innate Immune Cells; Dr. Marco Colonna, Professor, Department of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University School of Medicine; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-1801; melissa.arey@nih.gov
1/9 1:00 pm Panning for Precious Metals: Mechanics of a Transition Metal Transporter; Rachelle Gaudet, Prof., Harvard University; Building 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: mindellj@ninds.nih.gov
1/9 3:30 pm Protein Trafficking Interest Group Monthly Seminars; Sengupta, Prabuddha, Ph.D., NICHD; Neeladri, Roy, Ph.D., NCI; Building 50; 2328; Contact Info: 301-594-0845; yihongy@mail.nih.gov

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
1/10 11:00 am Deciphering the Combinatorial Interactions between Diet and Dietary Supplements, Guts Microbes, and Host Physiology; Jeremiah J. Faith, Assistant Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; 6100 Executive Blvd; 1A01; Contact Info: 301-435-2920; sylvia.moore@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/10 12:00 pm CC Grand Rounds: Great Teachers: Very Early Onset Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Similar Yet Different from Adult-Onset Inflammatory Bowel Disease; Kathleen E. Sullivan, MD, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics, , University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and , Chief, Division of Allergy and Immunology, Children’s Hospital of Phil; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-0080; masm@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/10 3:00 pm Microbiota-mediated Defense Against Antibiotic-resistant Infections; Eric Pamer, M.D., Director, MSK Center for Microbes, Inflammation and Cancer, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; 10; Masur Auditorium ; Contact Info: 301-594-6747; robertsjm@od.nih.gov

Thursday, January 11, 2018
1/11 11:00 am Convergence and the Sexual Genome ; Dr. Eric Haag, Professor, Department of Biology, University of Maryland; Building 50; 1328; Contact Info: 301-496-6991; katherine.mcjunkin@nih.gov
1/11 11:00 am Neural Mechanisms Underlying the Regulation of Craving: From Cognitive Strategies to Mindful-Acceptance; Hedy Kober, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience , Yale University ; 35; 610; Contact Info: 301-435-4541; davisb@mail.nih.gov
1/11 1:00 pm Neural Mechanisms of Aggression; Dayu Lin Ph.D., Principle Investigator, NYU Langone Medical Center; NIH Building 35; GG607; Contact Info: 3019220717; jacob.nordman@nih.gov

Friday, January 12, 2018
1/12 10:00 am Regenerative Potential of Adipose-Derived Cells; Jeffrey M. Gimble, MD, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, LaCell LLC - New Orleans BioInnovation Center; Building 30; 117; Contact Info: 301-496-7644; probey@dir.nidcr.nih.gov

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
1/16 10:00 am Stadtman Seminar: From Discovery of Sweat Gland Stem Cells to Future Skin Regeneration with Functional Sweat Glands; Catherine Lu, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Rockefeller University; NCI at Frederick, Building 549; Contact Info: 301-228-4628; mellonk@nih.gov
1/16 11:00 am Perivascular Fat: a Window to the Coronaries; Charalambos Antoniades, MD, PhD, FESC, Prof. of Cardiovascular Medicine, Director of Oxford Cardiovascular CT Programme, University of Oxford; 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 3014962116; jackie.lee@nih.gov
1/16 11:00 am Super Resolution as a Tool to Study a Potential Role for DNA Replication in Establishing Distinct Epigenomes; Matthew Wooten , Dr, Johns Hopkins U Sch Med; 37; 4107/4041 ; Contact Info: 240-760-6637; karpovat@mail.nih.gov
1/16 12:00 pm The mechanism of ribosome recycling and its role in protein quality control; Nick Guydosh, Ph.D., NIDDK, NIH; 35; 640 (ground floor) ; Contact Info: 301-443-2193; orosza@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/16 12:30 pm Base excision repair protein dysregulation as a driver of genomic instability and cellular transformation; Dr Paul Doetsch, NIEHS; Porter (Building 35A) Room 610; Contact Info: 240-760-6139 or 410-558-8162; kraemerk@nih.gov
1/16 1:00 pm Relion Tips and Tricks, and Parallel Jobs and Benchmarking on Biowulf; David Hoover, Computational Biologist, NIH/CIT/HPC (Biowulf cluster); Jerez Te, Computational Biologist, NIH/CIT/HPC (Biowulf cluster); Building 50; 1227 (next to the coffeeshop); Contact Info: 301-435-2982; susanc@helix.nih.gov
1/16 3:00 pm New tools to study Cryptosporidium a major cause of diarrhea and child mortality; Boris Striepen, Professor of Microbiology & Immunology, University of Pennsylvania; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/17 12:00 pm CC Grand Rounds: (1) Transcriptional and Functional Consequences of Noncoding RNA-Mediated Crosstalk Between Interferon and Calcium in Sjögren’s Syndrome and 2) Gene Therapy for Salivary Gland Hypofunction; Ilias Alevizos, DMD, PhD Tenure-Track Investigator, , Sjögren’s Syndrome and Salivary Gland Dysfunction Unit and , Director, Sjogren’s Syndrome Clinic, NIDCR; Jay Chiorini, PhD Senior Investigator, Adeno-Associated Virus , Biology Section, Molecular Physiology and Therapeutics Branch, NIDCR; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-0080; masm@mail.nih.gov
1/17 2:00 pm Cancer Prevention and Control Research in Appalachian Kentucky; Robin Vanderpool, DrPH, CHES, Associate Professor, Department of Health Behavior & Society, University of Kentucky; Webinar; Contact Info: NCIUnderstudiedPops@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/17 4:15 pm Single cell analysis of the effector T cell transcriptome; Thomas Ciucci, NCI/CCR/LICB; Lipsett Auditorium, Bldg. 10; Contact Info: nmoutsop@mail.nih.gov

Thursday, January 18, 2018
1/18 11:00 am Cell Biology of Axon Regeneration; Dr. Marc Hammarlund, Associate Professor of Genetics and Neuroscience, Yale School of Medicine; Building 50; 1328; Contact Info: 301-496-1970; katie.drerup@nih.gov
1/18 11:00 am Watching The Developmental Onset of Genomic Imprinting; Dr. Patrick O'Farrell, UCSF ; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-594-5940; hong.xu@nih.gov
1/18 2:00 pm Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder from Childhood into Adulthood; Philip Shaw, Investigator, SBRB/DIR/NHGRI; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater ; Contact Info: 301.443.4404; nora.miralieva@nih.gov
1/18 4:00 pm Variations on the push-and-pull theme played by the actin cytoskeleton; Tatyana Svitkina, Ph.D.; Building 50; 2328; Contact Info: 301-469-4645; esther.vanwely@nih.gov

Friday, January 19, 2018
Videocast Event 1/19 12:00 pm Genetic Compensation and Transcriptional Adaptation; Didier Stainier, Ph.D., Director/Principal Investigator, Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 240-760-7755; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/19 12:00 pm New insights into the human type I interferon response revealed by flavivirus-host interactions; Sonja M. Best, Ph.D., Chief, Innate Immunity and Pathogenesis Unit, NIAID ; Building 1; Wilson Hall ; Contact Info: 301-496-1921; mmcburney@od.nih.gov

Monday, January 22, 2018
1/22 10:30 am Extracellular Vesicles in HIV-1 Infection and Cigarette Abuse; Kenneth W. Witwer, PhD, Professor, Johns Hopkins University; Building 49; Room 1A51/1A59; Contact Info: 301-594-2476; margolil@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/22 12:00 pm Robustness, Variability and Homeostasis in Neurons and Networks; Eve Marder, Ph.E., Brandeis University; Porter Neuroscience Center, Bldg. 35a; G620-630; Contact Info: (301) 451-8147 or 301-435-2232; yarimar.carrasquillo@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/22 3:00 pm Translating Cancer Genomics to Clinical Care; Elaine R Mardis, Ph.D., Professor, Ohio State Univeristy, Comprehensive Cancer Center; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 240-760-7755; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
1/22 4:00 pm Reconstitution of (very small parts of) cell division; Andrea Musacchio, Ph.D., Director of Department of Mechanistic Cell Biology , Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology; Building 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: 301-451-9223; karen.kendrick@nih.gov

Tuesday, January 23, 2018
1/23 12:00 pm Bad sugars, good bugs, and the complex role of TLR5 in lung disease; Dr. Stavros Garantziotis, NIEHS/NIH; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-1801; melissa.arey@nih.gov
1/23 3:00 pm Canceled due to government shut-down - Myeloid-derived suppressor cells as universal regulator of immune responses; Dmitry I. Gabrilovich, Professor in Cancer Research, The Wistar Institute; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
1/23 3:00 pm Mapping Sex Differences in the Brain Using Neuroimaging; Dr. Armin Raznahan, M.D., Ph.D., Lasker Clinical Research Scholar; Building 40; 1202/1203; Contact Info: 301-402-0361; tiara.holmes@nih.gov

Wednesday, January 24, 2018
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/24 12:00 pm 1) Deep Phenotyping of a Family with Nodding Syndrome from Uganda at the Clinical Center: A Feat in Multi-Institutional Collaboration 2) Nodding Syndrome is an Autoimmune Encephalopathy Caused by Onchocerca Infection; Ariane Soldatos, MD, MPH Director, Pediatric Neurology Consult Service, NINDS and Physician Scientist, Undiagnosed Diseases Program, NHGRI; Avindra Nath, MD Clinical Director, NINDS, Senior Investigator, Section of Infections of the Nervous System, NINDS ; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-0080; masm@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/24 12:00 pm CC Grand Rounds: (1) Deep Phenotyping of a Family with Nodding Syndrome from Uganda 2) Nodding Syndrome: Autoimmune Encephalopathy; Ariane Soldatos, MD, MPH Director, Pediatric Neurology Consultation , Service, NINDS and Physician Scientist, , Undiagnosed Diseases Program, NHGRI; Avindra Nath, MD Clinical Director, NINDS, Senior Invest Section of Infections of the Nervous System, NINDS ; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-0080; masm@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/24 3:00 pm The VHL Tumor Suppressor: Insights into Oxygen Sensing, Cancer Metabolism, and Drugging the Undruggable; William G. Kaelin Jr., M.D., Professor, Harvard Medical School; 10; Masur Auditorium ; Contact Info: 301-594-6747; robertsjm@od.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/24 4:15 pm Effectors versus Protectors: How Anti-inflammatory Tissue Macrophages Maintain Tissue Homeostasis; Stefan Uderhardt, MD , Postdoctoral Fellow, NIAID ; Bldg. 10; Lipsett Auditorium, ; Contact Info: nmoutsop@mail.nih.gov

Thursday, January 25, 2018
Videocast Event 1/25 8:00 am Autotherapies: Enhancing Our Innate Healing Capacity; Martha Somerman, DDS, PhD, Director, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research; Lawrence Tabak, DDS, PhD, NIH Principal Deputy Director, National Institutes of Health; Jeffrey Karp, PhD, Associate Professor, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School , Associate Professor, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical Sch; Janice Lee, MD, DDS, MS, Clinical Director and Chief, Craniofacial Anomalies and Regeneration Section, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research ; Edward Botchwey, PhD, Associate Professor, Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at , Georgia Tech and Emory University ; Robert Ferris, MD, PhD, Hillman Professor ofOncology and Director of the Hillman Cancer Center, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater ; Contact Info: 301-594-7559; Mary.Daum@nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/25 9:30 am Global Perspectives on Standards and Common Data Elements Used in Patients Data and Biospecimens Collection; Todd Carpenter, The role of standards and identification systems in communicating science, National Information Standards Organization; David van Enckevort, CDEs in Biobanking - BBMRI ,and RD- Connect, Project Manager- University of Groningen; Marco Roos, Do not share, be FAIR! - how FAIR data principles add flexibility to using data , Project manager-Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC); Nicola Mulder, Data standards and harmonization in H3Africa, Head of the H3ABioNet Bioinformatics Network and the Computational Bio; Yehudit Cohen, The Israeli national biobank as a research enabler, Director- MIDGAM, Israel National Biobank, Ministry of Health; Carlie Bailey, Standardizing for Science, Director, PEDSnet Data Coordinating Center, PEDSnet- CHOP; Shobha Sharma, NCBI BioCollections Database: an overview, NCBI, Library of Medicine, NIH; Lis Amos, NIH CDEs repository: an overview, Librarian, NLM, NIH; in the Natcher Building; Conference Room D; Contact Info: 301-827-6516; yaffa.rubinstein@nih.gov
1/25 11:00 am One TOG, Two TOG: Regulation of microtubule dynamics by TOG-domain proteins; Luke Rice, Ph.D., One TOG, Two TOG: Regulation of microtubule dynamics by TOG-domain proteins, UT Southwestern Medical Center; Building 50; Contact Info: 3014519223; karen.kendrick@nih.gov

Friday, January 26, 2018
1/26 11:00 am Ubiquitin Signals in Mitophagy; Dr. David Komander , “Ubiquitin signals in mitophagy”, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology Cambridge; 35; Contact Info: 3014024839; Colby.Barrowman@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/26 12:00 pm Identifying and Overcoming Mechanisms of Resistance to Immune Attack; Louis M. Weiner, M.D., Professor and Director of Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University School of Medicine; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 240-760-7755; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
1/26 3:00 pm NIH-India Seminar Careers in Non-Academic Federal Jobs; Ameeta Parekh, Ph.D., Senior Advisor for Scientific Collaborations, FDA; Shekhar Jha, Ph.D., Scientific Program Manager, NEI; Sabarni Chatterjee, Ph.D., MBA, Senior Technology Transfer Manager, NCI; Building 37; 4107; Contact Info: 3017955914; sandip.de@nih.gov

Monday, January 29, 2018
Videocast Event 1/29 11:00 am The Evolution of Viral Networks: H1N1, Ebola, and Zika; Theresa MacPhail, PhD , Assistant Professor Science and Technology Studies, Stevens Institute of Technology; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Contact Info: 301-827-4577; greenbes@mail.nlm.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/29 12:00 pm Basal Ganglia Circuits with the Cerebral Cortex and the Cerebellum: Networks for Movement, Cognition and Affect.; Peter Strick, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh; Porter Neuroscience Center, Bldg. 35a; G620-630; Contact Info: (301) 402-7959 or 201-435-2232; oh@lsr.nei.nih.gov

Tuesday, January 30, 2018
1/30 10:00 am From Bench to Bedside – Transcription Factor Networks in Health and Disease; Ben Afzali, MD, PhD, Guest Researcher, NIAMS; Building 10 (Clinical Center); 2C310; Contact Info: 301-594-3403; jbkopp@nih.gov
1/30 11:00 am Regulation of mitochondrial function by membrane fusion and fission; David Chan, M.D.,Ph.D., Professor, Division of Biology and Biological Engineering, California Insitute of Technology; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 3014962679; brian.glancy@nih.gov
1/30 2:00 pm AI and Deep Learning; Yoshua Bengio, Professor and Director, Montréal Institute for Learning Algorithms, Université de Montréal; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-402-1359; handwerkerd@mail.nih.gov
1/30 3:00 pm Regulation of dendritic cell development and function; Boris Reizis, Professor, NYU Langone Medical Center; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/30 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine: Why is HIV Still a Biologic and Epidemiologic Challenge Worldwide? with John Coffin, PhD, Tufts/NCI and John Mellors, MD, University of Pittsburgh; John Coffin, PhD, Tufts/NCI ; John Mellors, MD, University of Pittsburgh ; Building 50; Conference Room 1227; Contact Info: ariasi@mail.nih.gov

Wednesday, January 31, 2018
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/31 12:00 pm CC Grand Rounds: (1) Precision Medicine with DNA-targeted Therapies and the Emerging Role of SLFN11 and 2) Targeting DNA Repair in Small Cell Lung Cancer; Yves Pommier, MD, PhD Chief, Development Therapeutics Branch, Senior Investigator and Head, Molecular Pharmacology Group, Center for Cancer Research, NCI; Anish Thomas, MBBS, MD Investigator, NIH Lasker Clinical Research , Scholar, Development Therapeutics Branch,, Center for Cancer Research, NCI; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-0080; masm@mail.nih.gov
1/31 12:00 pm In-Vivo Multimodal Preclinical Imaging of Disease and Therapy: Optical and Micro-­CT; Kyle Kloepping, PhD, Technical Applications Scientist Preclinical Imaging, PerkinElmer Life Sciences and Technology; Building 10; B1D-55; Contact Info: 301-594-3898; klaunbeb@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 1/31 3:00 pm The Molecular Logic of Synapse Formation in the Brain; Thomas Christian Südhof, M.D., Avram Goldstein Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine; 10; Masur Auditorium ; Contact Info: 301-594-6747; robertsjm@od.nih.gov
Videocast Event 1/31 4:15 pm Development and function of dendritic cells; Boris Reizis, PhD, Professor, Department of Pathology & Medicine, , NYU; Lipsett Auditorium, Bldg. 10; Contact Info: 3014357182; nmoutsop@mail.nih.gov

Thursday, February 01, 2018
2/1 8:30 am 3rd NCI Global Cancer Research Symposium: Spotlight on International Cancer Research; Dr. Ned Sharpless, Director, National Cancer Institute; Dr. Ted Trimble, Director, Center for Global Health, National Cancer Institute; NCI Shady Grove Campus; TE406; Contact Info: 240-276-6009; giulianism@mail.nih.gov
2/1 10:00 am NIH NIDDK Office of Nutrition Research Mini-Symposium: Advances in the Science and Practice of Personalized Nutrition, Health and Wellbeing; Dr. Leroy Hood, Institute for Systems Biology, and Arivale; Dr. Nathan Price, Institute for Systems Biology, and Arivale; Dr. Ben van Ommen, The Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) ; Dr. Josh Anthony , Campbell Soup Company, and Habit; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-827-6990 ; NutritionResearch@NIDDK.NIH.GOV
2/1 11:00 am Chromosome Conformation in Context; Dr. James Taylor, Ralph S. O'Connor Associate Professor of Biology and Computer Science, Johns Hopkins; Building 50; 1328; Contact Info: 301-496-5494; Brian.Oliver@nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/1 12:00 pm Unraveling the Mysteries of Cardiovascular Disease: Lessons from NHLBI’s Framingham Heart Study; Daniel Levy, MD, Director, The Framingham Heart Study, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Contact Info: 301-827-4199 or 301-827-4191; tab.morgan@nih.gov

Friday, February 02, 2018
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/2 12:00 pm Proteogenomics of Breast Cancer ; Matthew J. Ellis, Ph.D., Director, Lester and Sue Smith Breast Center, Baylor College of Medicine; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 240-760-7755; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
2/2 1:15 pm Hormones, Nutrition, and the Immune System; Nancie J. MacIver, Associate Professor, Pediatric Endocrinology, Duke University School of Medicine; Building 10 (Clinical Center); FAES Rooms 1&2; Contact Info: 3014511466; fetima.benjamin@nih.gov
2/2 1:15 pm NIH Inter- Endocrine Grand Rounds; Dr. Nancy Jo Maclver, Pediatric Endocrinologist; Building 10 (Clinical Center); FAES ROOM 1 & 2; Contact Info: 301-451-1466; fetima.benjamin@nih.gov

Monday, February 05, 2018
Videocast Event 2/5 12:00 pm Large-effect De Novo Mutations and the Pathobiology of Autism Spectrum and Tourette Disorders; Matthew State, Ph.D., University of California, San Francisco; Porter Neuroscience Center, Bldg. 35a; G620-630; Contact Info: (301) 402-6018 or 301-435-2232; haroldburgess@mail.nih.gov
2/5 12:00 pm Lessons Learned from the Embryo to Help Understand Neural Crest Derived Diseases; Laura Kerosuo, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Scholar, California Institute of Technology; Building 30; Dean Conference Room 117; Contact Info: 301-496-1483
2/5 3:00 pm The Relationship of Chronic Pain to Disability Theory and Policy; Caroline Huang, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, NIH Department of Bioethics; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Lower Level, Room D; Contact Info: 301 229-5639; keltym@verizon.net

Tuesday, February 06, 2018
2/6 11:00 am Reconstructing the Human Inner Ear with Stem Cells; Karl Koehler, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Indiana Univ. School Of Med, Dept. of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Sur; 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: 301.402.4249; morellr@nidcd.nih.gov
2/6 12:00 pm This patient has immune-mediated encephalitis. What am I missing?; Dr. Avi Nath, Clinical Director, NINDS; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-1801; melissa.arey@nih.gov
2/6 1:00 pm Allosteric Modulation of Protein-Protein and Protein-Lipid Interactions by Individual Lipid Binding Events; Arthur Laganowsky, Prof., Texas A&M University; Building 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: anirban.banerjee@nih.gov
2/6 2:15 pm Fly Homologs of Human ABCG Transporters are Potent Modulators of Cell-Cell Fusion; Khurts Shilagardi, Laboratory of Cell Biology, NCI; Building 37; 2041; Contact Info: leimang@mail.nih.gov
2/6 3:00 pm Mechanisms underlying tissue injury and pathogen clearance following CNS infection; Dorian McGavern, Senior Investigator, NIH · National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke (NINDS); 12441 Parklawn Drive; 200 H; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov

Wednesday, February 07, 2018
Videocast Event 2/7 4:15 am * CANCELLED - Neuroimmunology beyond microglia; Jonathan Kipnis, Ph.D., Harrison Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Neuroscience Director,, UVA; Lipsett Auditorium, Bldg. 10; Contact Info: nmoutsop@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/7 3:00 pm Sugar and the Beating Heart - the Conundrum of Heart Failure in Diabetes; E. Dale Abel, M.D., Ph.D., Francois M. Abboud Chair in Internal Medicine, University of Iowa; 10; Masur Auditorium ; Contact Info: 301-594-6747; robertsjm@od.nih.gov

Thursday, February 08, 2018
2/8 11:00 am Cortical plasticity as a key target for treating chronic pain and anxiety; Min Zhuo, Ph.D., Professor, University of Toronto; 35; 610; Contact Info: 301-435-4541; davisb@mail.nih.gov
2/8 11:00 am Dynamics of Interphase Chromosomes is Glassy; Devarajan Thirumalai, Welch Professor of Chemistry, University of Texas, Austin; Building 5; Room 127 (1st Floor Conference Room); Contact Info: 301-496-6030; eaton@helix.nih.gov
2/8 2:00 pm Endogenous Retroelements: Triggers of Innate Immune Activation; Dr. Mary Kuntz Crow, Physician-in-Chief, Professor, Hospital for Special Surgery, Weill Cornell Medical College; Bldg 10 CRC; Classrooms 1 & 2 (B1C211, B1C209); Contact Info: 301-402-1514; shawnise.durham@nih.gov

Friday, February 09, 2018
2/9 10:00 am Future approaches in tooth and periodontal regeneration; Mitsuaki ONO D.D.S. Ph.D., Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry; Building 30 ; 117; Contact Info: 3018276974 ; myoung@dir.nidcr.nih.gov
2/9 10:30 am Type I Interferon in SL; Mary Kuntz Crow, MD , Chair, Department of Medicine Benjamin M. Rosen Chair in Immunology and Infla, Well Cornell Medical College ; Building 10 ; 12S233; Contact Info: 301-594.0529; Salamah.jordan@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/9 12:00 pm HPV VLPs: Nature’s Nanoparticles for Prevention and Treatment of Cancer; John T. Schiller, Ph.D., NIH Distinguished Investigator, Center for Cancer Research, NCI; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 240-760-7755; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
2/9 1:15 pm NIH Inter-Endocrine Grand Rounds; Dr. Marni Falk, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; Building 10 (Clinical Center); FAES ROOM 1 & 2; Contact Info: 301- 451-7161; brittney.davis2@nih.gov
2/9 1:15 pm Overview of Mitochondrial Disease; Dr. Marni J. Falk, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Human Genetics, University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine; Building 10 (Clinical Center); FAES Classrooms 1 and 2; Contact Info: 3014517161; brittney.davis2@nih.gov

Monday, February 12, 2018
Videocast Event 2/12 12:00 pm Generation of Neuronal Diversity in the Drosophila CNS; Chris Doe, Ph.D., University of Oregon; Porter Neuroscience Center, Bldg. 35a; G620-630; Contact Info: 301.496.1970 or 301-435-2232; katie.drerup@nih.gov
2/12 12:00 pm RNA Epigenetics and Cell identity: the Importance of Forgetting the Past to Embrace the Future.; Pedro Batista, Ph.D., Stadtman Investigator, Laboratory of Cell Biology, CCR, NCI, NIH; 37; 4041; Contact Info: 2407606885; vinsonc@mail.nih.gov
2/12 3:00 pm CSBG/CRD Affinity Groups Joint Seminar Series; Dr. Sua Myong, Molecular insight into neurodegeneration, Johns Hopkins University, Biophysics Dep.; Building 40; Contact Info: 301-496-3218; karen.plevock@nih.gov
2/12 3:00 pm Molecular insight into neurodegeneration; Dr. Sua Myong, Associate Professor , Johns Hopkins University- Department of Biophysics; 40; 1201/1203; Contact Info: karen.plevock@nih.gov
2/12 3:30 pm Diabetes/Metabolism Interest Group; Sukanya Suresh, Erythropoietin eliminates increased bone marrow adiposity in obese mice, The Noguchi group, LCB, NIDDK; Robert Brychta, Updating cold-induced thermogenesis studies in lean/obese young men and women, The Chen group, DEOB, NIDDK; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Solarium Conference Room 9S233 (old Bunim Room); Contact Info: 443-956-5021; sam_cushman@nih.gov

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
2/13 11:00 am Sleep: A Pillar of Health ; Janet Mullington, Ph.D., Professor, Neurology, Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center; Building 50 ; Room 1227/1233; Contact Info: 3014358787; susan.harbison@nih.gov
2/13 11:00 am Sleep: A Pillar of Health ; Janet Mullington, Ph.D., Professor, Harvard Medical School; Bldg 50 ; Room 1227/1233; Contact Info: 3014058787; susan.harbison@nih.gov
2/13 11:55 am Chromatin-DECODE February Seminar; Andres Canela, Genome organization drives chromosome fragility, NCI; Wai Lim Ku, Identification of histone H2A and H2A.Z-interacting proteins by bPPI-seq , NHLBI; Building 50; 1328/1334; Contact Info: 301-496-7612; iain.sawyer@nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/13 2:00 pm Towards understanding cell function with sub-cellular genomics; Junhyong Kim, Co-Director, Penn Program in Single Cell Biology, Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania; [NIH Campus] Building 4; Room 433; Contact Info: vipulp@niddk.nih.gov
2/13 3:00 pm Insights from NK cell defects and harnessing NK cell biology; Dr. Jordan Scott Orange, MD/PhD, Chief, Section of Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology, Texas Children's Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Auditorium; Contact Info: 301-761-7149; maria.portillo@nih.gov
2/13 3:00 pm Understanding the female bias with autoimmunity: the contribution from usual X-chromosome Inactivation maintenance; Montserrat Anguera, Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor Conference Room; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
2/13 3:30 pm Protein trafficking interest group monthly seminars; Leonid Chernomordik, Principle investigator, NICHD; Alex Toulmay, Ph.D., NIDDK; Building 50; 2328; Contact Info: 301-594-0845; yihongy@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/13 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine: Does Inflammation Cause Cardiovascular Disease? If So, How? with Alan Remaley, MD, PhD, NHLBI and Nehal Mehta, MD, NHLBI; Alan Remaley, MD, PhD, NHLBI ; Nehal Mehta, MD, NHLBI; Building 50; 1227; Contact Info: 301-435-8083; ariasi@mail.nih.gov
2/13 4:00 pm Understanding HIV Persistence at the Level of Individual Cells and Viruses; Dr. Eli Boritz, Vaccine Research Center, NIAID, NIH; Building 40; Contact Info: 301-594-8439; mejiamc@mail.nih.gov

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/14 12:00 pm Great Teachers: The NIH Clinical Center's 2018 Distinguished Clinical Research Scholar and Educator in Residence Lecture: Conflict of Interest in Medicine: Facts and Friction; Catherine D. DeAngelis, MD, MPH University Distinguished Service Prof, Emerita and Professor Emerita, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine , and Public Health. Editor in Chief Emerita,; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-0080; masm@mail.nih.gov
2/14 12:00 pm Preventive and therapeutic strategies for small DNA tumor viruses; Denise Gallaway, Director, Pathogen Associated Malignancies IRC, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Building 33; LaMontangne Conference Room (1N09)
2/14 1:00 pm LMB Monthly Seminar; Dale Ramsden, Breaking the rules to repair broken chromosomes, University of North Carolina; Building 5; Contact Info: (301) 402-4645; weiy@niddk.nih.gov
2/14 1:30 pm Cancer and Developmental Biology Seminar; Dr. Ernestina Schipani, Prof. Cell and Developmental Biology, University of Michigan Medical School; NCI at Frederick, Building 549; Auditorium; Contact Info: 301-846-5510 or 301-846-1837; lewandom@mail.nih.gov
2/14 2:00 pm Integrating Genome Sequencing in Health Care Systems: Evaluation, Implementation and Population Health Impact; W. Gregory Feero, MD, PhD , Faculty, Maine Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency Program; Michael Murray, MD, Director of Clinical Genomics , Geisinger Health System; https://goo.gl/7PyWBr; Contact Info: winnde@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/14 4:15 pm Foxo1 regulates commensalism via modulating goblet cell mucus secretion; Chuan Wu, M.D., NIH Stadtman Tenure-Track Investigator, Experimental Immunology Branch, NCI; Lipsett Auditorium, Bldg. 10; Contact Info: nmoutsop@mail.nih.gov

Thursday, February 15, 2018
2/15 11:30 am The story of lipid nanotubes and their origin; Rumiana Dimova, Staff Scientist, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces; Building 10; FAES Room 6 and 7; Contact Info: 301-496-1122; alexander.sodt@nih.gov
2/15 2:00 pm Understanding Common and Unique Pathogenesis of Lung Cancer and COPD; Ping Yang, M.D., Ph.D., Prof. of Epidemiology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 3014434404 or 3014518078; miralievagd@mail.nih.gov

Friday, February 16, 2018
2/16 9:30 am NCI/UMD Partnership for Integrative Cancer Research Annual Symposium; Arpita Upadhyaya, UMD; Yawen Bai, NCI; Pratyush Tiwary, UMD; Stephen Mount, UMD; Jay Schneekloth, NCI; Kimberly Stroka, UMD; Efsun Arda, NCI; Udayan Guha, NCI; Ben Shapiro, UMD; Eytan Ruppin, NCI; 35; Room 640; Contact Info: dan.larson@nih.gov
CME Credit 2/16 9:30 am NCI/UMD Partnership for Integrative Cancer Research Annual Symposium; Arpita Upadhyaya, UMD; Yawen Bai, NCI; Pratyush Tiwary, UMD; Stephen Mount, UMD; Jay Schneekloth, NCI; Kimberly Stroka, UMD; Efsun Arda, NCI; Udayan Guha, NCL; Ben Shapiro, UMD; Eytan Ruppin, NCL; 35; Room 640; Contact Info: dan.larson@nih.gov
2/16 12:30 pm SUMO Regulates Chromosome Organization and Recombination During Meiosis; Neil Hunter, Professor, Department of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, University of California, Davis; 5; 127; Contact Info: 301-496-2710; rdcamerini@mail.nih.gov

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
2/20 10:00 am Environmental factors and stress signaling in cancer development; Nabil Djouder, Junior Group Leader, Centro Nacional de Investigaciones (CNIO); Building 37; 4041/4107; Contact Info: 240-760-6420; yarrickk@mail.nih.gov
2/20 12:00 pm Metabolic Control of Macrophage Activation; Tiffany Horng, PhD, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Contact Info: 301-496-1801; melissa.arey@nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/20 12:30 pm YOUNG INVESTIGATOR TALKS: Evidence that DNA polymerase d contributes to initiation of leading strand DNA replication; Dramatic effect of Nicotinamide Riboside in an Alzheimer’s disease mouse model with DNA repair defect; Specific FANCJ Helicase Activity Distinguishes its Role in Cross-link Repair ; Dr. Marta Garbazc, Post-doctoral Fellow, NIEHS; Dr. Yujun Hou, Post-doctoral Fellow, NIA; Dr. Sanket Awate, Post-doctoral Fellow, NIA; Porter (Building 35A) Room 610; Contact Info: 240-760-6139 or 410-558-8162; kraemerk@nih.gov
2/20 2:00 pm Understanding the causes and consequences of expression heterogeneity; Dan Larson, Stadtman Investigator, National Cancer Institute, NIH; Building 50; 1st floor conference room 1227; Contact Info: 301-451-1998; kai.ge@nih.gov
2/20 2:15 pm Disrupting HIV with Mercaptobenzamide Molecules: Mechanism and Applications; Daniel Appella, Senior Investigator, Laboratory of Bioorganic Chemistry, NIDDK; Building 37; 2041; Contact Info: ettore.appella@nih.gov
2/20 3:00 pm Phenotypic Heterogeneity in Mycobacteria; Hesper Rego, Assistant Professor of Microbial Pathogenesis, Yale; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/20 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine: The Microbiome in Man, Animals, and Disease: Where Do We Stand? with Yasmine Belkaid, PhD, NIAID and Barbara Rehermann, MD, NIDDK; Yasmine Belkaid, PhD, NIAID; Barbara Rehermann, MD, NIDDK; Building 50; 1227; Contact Info: 301-435-8083; ariasi@mail.nih.gov
2/20 4:00 pm Sequences Signatures and Immunogen Design; Dr. Bette Korber, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Theoretical Biology and Biophysics Gr; Building 40; Contact Info: 301.761.3069; lache.wiggins@nih.gov

Wednesday, February 21, 2018
2/21 10:00 am Stadtman Seminar: Intertwined tumorigenesis highways: Ras and Hippo in growth control - Fisun Hamaratoglu Dion, Ph.D.; Fisun Hamaratoglu Dion, Ph.D., University of Lausanne; NCI at Frederick, Building 549; Auditorium; Contact Info: 301-228-4628; mellonk@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/21 11:00 am How to build a dog in 2,392,715,236 simple steps; Heidi Parker, Senior Staff Scientist, NHGRI, NIH; Building 50; Rm 1227 (next to the coffeeshop); Contact Info: 302-435-2982; susanc@helix.nih.gov
2/21 11:00 am Microscopy resources for NIH: Commercial programs for image processing; Thomas Precht, Dr, Media Cybernetics; Christopher Zugates, Dr, Arivis AG; 37; 2107/2041; Contact Info: 240-760-6637; karpovat@mail.nih.gov
2/21 11:00 am Novel optical tools for real-time non-invasive imaging of metabolite absorption and enzymatic activities in vivo; Elena Goun, Tenure Trakc Assistant Professor, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne; Hatfield Building (10 CRC); Room 6-5961; Contact Info: 301-435-5370; oksana.gavrilova@nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/21 12:00 pm Clinicopathologic Grand Rounds: Clinical Cases from the NIH Clinical Center: Rapid/Warm Autopsy Program for Thoracic Malignancies to Study Tumor Heterogeneity; Nitin Roper MD, Clinical Fellow, Medical Oncology Service, NCI; David Kleiner MD, PhD, Senior Research Physician; , Director, Laboratory Information System and Chief, , Post-mortem Section, Laboratory of Pathology, NCI; Udayan Guha, MD, PhD, Investigator, and Head, , Cancer Signaling Networks Section, , Thoracic and Gastrointestinal Oncology Branch, NCI; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 301-496-0080; masm@mail.nih.gov
2/21 12:00 pm On the detection of tissue damage and metabolic disorders in experimental TBI using diffusion and CEST MRI; William (Tsang-Wei) Tu, NIH/CC Laboratory of Diagnostic Radiology Research; Building 10; B1D-55; Contact Info: 301-594-3898; klaunbeb@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/21 3:00 pm Hematopoietic Stem Cells in Stress, Disease, and Aging; Emmanuelle Passegué, Ph.D., Director of the Columbia Stem Cell Initiative, Columbia University Medical Center; 10; Masur Auditorium ; Contact Info: 301-594-6747; robertsjm@od.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/21 4:15 pm Macrophages and lymphatics: guardians of the tissue microenvironment; Gwendalyn Randolph, PhD, Emil R. Unanue Distinguished Professor, Department of Pathology & Immunology,, Washington University School of Medicine; Lipsett Auditorium, Bldg. 10; Contact Info: nmoutsop@mail.nih.gov

Thursday, February 22, 2018
2/22 8:30 am 14th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium; Eric Betzig, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate, Group Leader, Janelia Research Campus, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Kevin Hughes, Graduate Partnerships Program Student, NCI and Yale University; Kim Breglio, Graduate Partnerships Program Student, NCATS and Univeristy of Oxford; Andrew Kesner, Graduate Partnerships Program Student, NIDA and Johns Hopkins University; Neelam Panchal, Graduate Partnerships Program Student, NIAID and University College London; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Conference Center; Contact Info: 301-451-8268 or 301-435-8014; wangph@mail.nih.gov
2/22 10:00 am Dr. Eric Betzig - Graduate Student Research Symposium Keynote; Eric Betzig, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate, Group Leader, Janelia Research Campus, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Building 45 (Natcher Building); Contact Info: 301-451-8268 or 301-435-8014; wangph@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/22 3:00 pm Leveraging genomics to illuminate race/ethnicity differences in type 2 diabetes; Jose C. Florez, M.D., Ph.D., Investigator, Center for Genomic Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 3014962842; michael.hahn@nih.gov

Friday, February 23, 2018
2/23 10:15 am Filovirus Therapeutic Antibody and Vaccine; Xuelian Zhao, Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, University of Maryland; Building 37; 2nd Floor Conference Rooms 2041 & 2107; Contact Info: homi@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/23 12:00 pm Nihal Altan-Bonnet, Ph.D., NHLBI, Vesicular transmission of viral populations: strength in numbers; Nihal Altan-Bonnet, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, Head of Laboratory of Host-Pathogen Dynamics, NHLBI ; Building 1; Wilson Hall ; Contact Info: (301) 496-1921 ; mmcburney@od.nih.gov
CME Credit 2/23 12:00 pm RNA Methylation in Gene Expression Regulation; Chuan He, Ph.D., John T. Wilson Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 240-760-7755; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
2/23 1:15 pm NIH Inter-Endocrine Grand Rounds; Herman Pontzer, Associate Professor of Anthropology Hunter College; Building 10 (Clinical Center); FAES ROOM 1 & 2; Contact Info: 3018271481; Krystal.Rivers@nih.gov

Monday, February 26, 2018
2/26 11:00 am Biochemistry Illustrated: Monitoring Signaling Kinases in Their Natural Habitat; Ivan Yudushkin, Medical University of Vienna ; building 35, 2G600; Contact Info: 301-451-9223; karen.kendrick@nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/26 12:00 pm Brain-Machine Interfaces for Restoration of Motor Function and Communication; Jaimie Henderson, M.D., Ph.D., Stanford University; Porter Neuroscience Center: Bldg. 35a; G620-630; Contact Info: (301) 443-2626 or 301-435-2232; drayna@nidcd.nih.gov
2/26 12:00 pm Chromosome Segregation: New Insights into Kinetochore Assembly and Architecture; Dr. Alex Kelly, Head, Chromosome Dynamics and Genome Stability Section, NCI; 37; 4041; Contact Info: 2407606885; vinsonc@mail.nih.gov
CME CreditVideocast Event 2/26 3:00 pm Omics Approaches to Cancer and Health; Michael Snyder, Ph.D., Stanford W. Ascherman, MD, FACS, Professor in Genetics, Stanford University; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Amphitheater; Contact Info: 240-760-7756 or 240-760-7755; sawhneyr@mail.nih.gov
2/26 3:00 pm Stress Granules and Nucleocytoplasmic Transport Disruption in ALS/FTD caused by c9orf72 Mutations; Tom Lloyd MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Building 40; Contact Info: 301-402-1005; dassom@mail.nih.gov
2/26 3:30 pm Diabetes/Metabolism Interest Group; Angela Thornton, Helios deficiency in Treg cells causes an autoimmune lipodystrophy, LI, NIAID, the Gavrilova group, MMC, NIDDK; Phil Brown, HSD17B13 and NAFLD: from genotype-to-phenotype, The Rotman group, LDB, NIDDK; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Solarium Conference Room 9S233 (old Bunim Room); Contact Info: 443-956-5021; sam_cushman@nih.gov

Tuesday, February 27, 2018
CME Credit 2/27 8:00 am The Clinical Neuroscience Grand Rounds: 8:30 - 9:00 Dr. Payam Mohassel, Proof of concept for mutation specific, RNA-directed therapeutic approaches to hereditary myopathy: Two case examples 9:00 - 10:00 Dr. Charlotte Sumner, How do we optimize treatment of spinal muscle atrophy?; Dr. Payam Mohassel, NINDS; Dr. Charlotte Sumner, Johns Hopkins University; Building 10 (Clinical Center); Lipsett Auditorium ; Contact Info: 301.496.1561
2/27 10:00 am Philosophical and Empirical-neuroscience Methodology for Determining the Nature and Existence of Consciousness and the Soul.; J. P. Moreland, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University; Bldg. 10; Masur Auditorium; Contact Info: 301-496-7761; leedsusa@mail.nih.gov
2/27 11:00 am Clonal tracking and single-cell profiling of human hematopoietic progenitors; Luca Biasco, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Bldg 50 ; Room 1227/1233; Contact Info: 3014517139; larochea@nhlbi.nih.gov
2/27 2:15 pm Substrate Recognition by the Proteasome; Kylie Walters, Senior Investigator, Structural Biophysics Laboratory, NCI Frederick; Building 37; 2041; Contact Info: dixia@helix.nih.gov
2/27 3:00 pm TGF-beta regulation of T cells and B cells; Wanjun Chen, Senior Investigator, Mucosal Immunology Section, NIDCR, NIH; 5625 Fishers Lane; 5th Floor; Contact Info: 301-761-5041; parhamma@niaid.nih.gov
2/27 4:00 pm An RNA Approach to Vaccines; Dr. Drew Weissman, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA ; Building 40; Contact Info: 301.594.8468; myoung1@mail.nih.gov
Videocast Event 2/27 4:00 pm Demystifying Medicine: The Great Neglected Diseases with Alan Sher, PhD, NIAID and Thomas Nutman, MD, NIAID; Alan Sher, PhD, NIAID; Thomas Nutman, MD, NIAID; Building 50; 1227; Contact Info: 301-435-8083; ariasi@mail.nih.gov

Wednesday, February 28, 2018