Pathology Conferences

Pathology Research Lecture Series (PRLS)

Winter 2018

PRLS seminars are held Monday at 4:00 p.m. in Leichtag 107. Click here for a printable poster.

January 8
Jerold Chun, MD, PhD
Sanford Burnham Prebys – Department of Neuroscience
“Genomic Mosaicism in the Normal and Diseased Brain”

January 22
Ardem Patapoutian, PhD
Scripps - Department of Neurosciences
“Ion Channels that Feel the Force”

January 29
Adriana Tremoulet, MD
UCSD – Department of Pediatrics
“New Therapies to Put Out the Inflammatory Fire in Kawasaki Disease ”

February 5
Teri A. Longacre, MD
Stanford – Department of Pathology
“Uterine Mesenchymal Neoplasms: New Developments”

February 12
Chisato Shimizu, MD
UCSD – Department of Pediatrics
“How Genetic Analysis Might Lead Us to the Antigenic Trigger for Kawasaki Disease”

February 26
David Dimmock, MD
Rady’s Children’s Hospital – Department of Genomic Medicine
“Clinical Rapid Genome Wide Sequencing of Infants and Children: Implementation, Safety and Effectiveness"

March 5
Soumet Paul, PhD
University of Kansas – Department of Pathology
“Transcriptional Control of Trophoblast Progenitors and Placentation”

March 12
Jin Zhang, PhD
UCSD – Department of Pharmacology
“Illuminating the Biochemical Activity Architecture of the Cell”

March 19
Nieng Yan,PhD
Princeton University - Shirley Tilghman Professor of Molecular Biology
“Seeing is Believing: Structure and Functions of Molecules in Glucose Uptake”

March 26
Scott W. Binder, MD
UCLA – Department of Pathology

April 2
Wendy Huang, PhD
UCSD – Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
“RNA Binding Proteins in Mucosal Biology ”

April 9
Ronald McLawhon, MD, PhD, FCAP
UCSD – Department of Pathology
"Pathology Moneyball: The Art of Winning at an Unfair Game A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Coding, Payment Systems and Policies, and
Healthcare Reform"

Click here for a list of past Pathology conferences.

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