25 Jan

“T cell regulation of brain tumor formation and growth” This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: T cells and brain disease Organizer, Naresha Saligrama (WashU Neurology) January 4: Robyn Klein (WashU Medicine) January 11: Michal Schwartz (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) January 25: David Gutmann […]

25 Jan

“Imaging the Human Corpus Callosum Before Birth – from Fetal Brain Atlases to Prognostic Markers” Hosted by the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC) and the Department of Neuroscience. The IDDRC Seminars for Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research brings in WashU faculty and other experts across disciplines whose research has particular implications for interventions in neurodevelopmental disorders. […]

25 Jan

“Predation, cannibalism and self-recognition in nematodes: from Genetics to Epigenetics and the significance of Phenotypic Plasticity for evolution” Hosted by the Department of Developmental Biology Full schedule, Developmental Biology seminars For inquiries contact Kati Riebold.

26 Jan

“In Vivo Patch-Clamp Recordings Reveal Distinct Subthreshold Signatures and Threshold Dynamics of Midbrain Dopamine Neurons” Full schedule, Department of Anesthesiology Research Seminars For inquiries contact Christina Caldwell.  

27 Jan

Ron Bose: “HER2 Activating Mutations in Breast and Colorectal Cancer” Joseph Ippolito: “Characterizing sex differences in cancer cell nutrient consumption” Hosted by the Siteman Cancer Center Mechanisms of Cancer Biology Program For inquiries contact Sayako Smith.

27 Jan

“Pilot studies with single-injection, two-condition [11C]raclopride PET” Hosted by Dean Wong (WashU Radiology) Background: Kevin J. Black, M.D., is Professor in the departments of Psychiatry, Neurology, Radiology and Neuroscience at WUSM. He is a board-certified neuropsychiatrist who completed a movement disorders fellowship in 1996 under the mentorship of Joel Perlmutter, M.D. He is board certified […]

27 Jan

“Genomics of Microbes & Microbiomes” Hosted by the Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) This lecture series is designed for clinicians and other interested persons, including basic science researchers, students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral scholars, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about these topics from WUSM faculty experts. Students interested in enrolling in the seminar […]

28 Jan

“Cells and signals in nerve regeneration across biomaterials” Hosted by the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery The Plastic Surgery Research Seminars is a recurring monthly research series that showcases Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery research ranging from basic science, translational, and clinical. Topics of these research areas include: nerve injury and surgical management, tissue engineering, […]

28 Jan

“Glaucoma and COVID-19…Affecting People’s Lives in Similar Ways” Full schedule, Vision Science seminars Vision Science Seminars are held weekly on Thursday morning (10-11a, unless noted) from September to May. For inquiries contact Macey Alexander.

1 Feb

“The cognitive psychology of poverty and crime” Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Promoting Diversity & Inclusivity events Register in advance After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. For inquiries contact psych@wustl.edu.

1 Feb

  This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: T cells and brain disease Organizer, Naresha Saligrama (WashU Neurology) January 4: Robyn Klein (WashU Medicine) January 11: Michal Schwartz (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) January 25: David Gutmann (WashU Neurology) February 1: Gavin Dunn (WashU Neurosurgery) […]

3 Feb

“Analysis of the Human Virome” Hosted by the Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) This lecture series is designed for clinicians and other interested persons, including basic science researchers, students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral scholars, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about these topics from WUSM faculty experts. Students interested in enrolling in the seminar […]

4 Feb

VIRTUAL BIG Center Seminar

February 4, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Zoom conference

  Hosted by the Center for Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG) The BIG Seminar Series is meant to showcase polished projects, published or unpublished. Speakers can be faculty, postdocs, or graduate students who have a largely completed project. The audience will include WashU and non-WashU scientists unless otherwise requested by the speaker. For inquiries contact […]

4 Feb

“Bioengineering for COVID-19: Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADx) at Unprecedented Speed and Scale” NOTE time Hosted by the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) Full list, Biomedical Engineering (BME) seminars For inquiries contact Suesy Seel.

5 Feb

“Rethinking Objectivity in Psychiatry: Unmuting Patients in Epistemic Practices” Hosted by  History and Philosophy of Science & Medicine (HPSM). Abstract: One of the central aims of psychiatry is to identify the properties of mental disorders to enable their diagnosis and treatment. As a branch of both science and medicine, psychiatry draws on a variety of scientific […]

8 Feb

“Using brain Tregs to treat neuroinflammation” This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: T cells and brain disease Organizer, Naresha Saligrama (WashU Neurology) January 4: Robyn Klein (WashU Medicine) January 11: Michal Schwartz (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) January 25: David Gutmann (WashU Neurology) February […]

8 Feb

“Building an Evidence Base for Psychosocial Intervention Research in Geriatric Palliative Care” This seminar is part of a monthly series — Issues in Aging — that highlights current research and perspectives on aging-relevant issues from experts in medicine, social work, psychology, law and more. This event will be offered virtually as a Zoom webinar, please register to receive your […]

8 Feb

“Fetal Ultrasound in IDD” The IDDRC Seminars for Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research brings in WashU faculty and other experts across disciplines whose research has particular implications for interventions in neurodevelopmental disorders. Join webinar Hosted by the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC) and the Department of Neuroscience. IDDRC Seminar Mini-series January-May 2021 “Toward advances in IDD […]

9 Feb

“Trauma Exposure and Its Impact in Urban Populations: From Risk Mechanisms to Treatment Targets” Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Clinical Science Seminars For inquiries contact Erin Lawton.

9 Feb

“Mitochondrial ATP Production in Cardiac Cells” Hosted by the Cardiac Bioelectricity and Arrhythmia Center (CBAC) Register Abstract: ATP production by mitochondria is crucial for multicellular life but remains poorly understood. We have investigated the molecular controls of this process in the heart and provide a new framework for its Ca2+-dependent regulation under physiological conditions. Specifically, we […]

10 Feb

“Resolving stress-induced negative affect and rapid-acting antidepressants at the synaptic scale” Host: Karen O’Malley (WashU Dept. of Neuroscience) Join the webinar Department of Neuroscience seminars For inquiries contact Debbie Pfeiffer.

10 Feb

“Emerging Technologies Literature Review: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning” Zoom links available here. This Community of Academic Physician-Scientists in Training (CAPSiT) seminar is hosted by the Division of Physician-Scientists. CAPSiT is intended to unite physician-scientists in training across all departments and divisions at Washington University by providing career development seminars and trainings, mentorship, and networking activities. Events will […]

10 Feb

“Gene Therapy” Hosted by the Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) This lecture series is designed for clinicians and other interested persons, including basic science researchers, students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral scholars, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about these topics from WUSM faculty experts. Students interested in enrolling in the seminar series for credit […]

11 Feb

  Hosted by the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science (MEMS) Background: Dr. Bentil’s research program is interdisciplinary and includes the application of innovative solutions to identify, treat and/or diagnose injuries and diseases in the brain. Members of her research program are developing and employing noninvasive experimental techniques to characterize the mechanical behavior of […]

13 Feb

“Early Onset Depression: Causes, Consequences and Treatment” Hosted by WashU University College A part of the MLA Lecture Series. “Unprecedented times” is a phrase of this moment, encompassing the pandemic, political division, the Black Lives Matter movement, and their reverberations. Research and art help us understand. Deanna Barch’s research underscores the need to address the […]

15 Feb

“Glymphatic-lymphatic system in CNS immune surveillance” This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: Dynamics of CSF and Meninges Organizer, Jennifer Strahle (WashU Neurosurgery) February 15: Jonathan Kipnis (WashU Pathology and Immunology) February 22: Shelei Pan (Strahle Lab, WashU Neurosurgery) March 1: Geir Ringstad (Oslo University […]

17 Feb

“Cancer Genome Sequencing – Clinical Implications” Hosted by the Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) This lecture series is designed for clinicians and other interested persons, including basic science researchers, students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral scholars, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about these topics from WUSM faculty experts. Students interested in enrolling in the […]