The Rabinovitch/Bland Lab

2005-06 Cardiopulmonary Research–in-Progress Seminars


   
9/22/05
Leland G Dobbs, MD, University of California, San Francisco
"The Great Big Alveolar TI Cell: New Insights into Functions and Development"
   
10/20/05
Edward S. Mocarski, Jr., PhD, Stanford University
"Contribution of systemic infection with cytomegalovirus to rejection and transplant vascular disease in cardiac transplant recipients"
   
10/27/05
Michael V. McConnell, MD, Stanford University
"Imaging Atherosclerosis"
   
11/10/05

Ronald L. Dalman MD, Stanford University
"Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Disease"

   
11/17/05
Alan M. Krensky, MD., Stanford University
"Regulating RANTES"
   
12/1/05
Israel F. Charo, MD, PhD, , University of California, San Francisco
"The Role of Monocyte Recruitment and CCR2 in Atherosclerosis and Insulin Resistance"
   
12/8/05
Ajay Chawla, MD, PhD, Stanford University
“Transcriptional Mechanisms Controlling Vascular Wall Inflammation"

   
12/15/05,
5 PM, 4105 CCSR (Changed from LPCH Auditorium)
Translational Research Mini-Series
Deepak Srivastava, MD
, University of California, San Francisco
"MicroRNAs and Notch Signaling During Cardiogenesis"
   
1/05/06 Gerald M. Reaven, MD, Stanford University
"Insulin Resistance, Compensatory Hyperinsulinemia, and Cardiovascular Disease"
   
1/12/06 Josh Spin, MD, PhD, Stanford University
"The Role of Chromatin Remodeling in Smooth Muscle Cell Differentiation"
   
1/9/06,
5 PM, LPCH Auditorium
Translational Research Mini-Series
John P. Cooke, MD, Ph.D.
, Stanford University
"Endothelial Regulation of Vascular Tone and Structure"
   
2/9/06
Jill A Helms, DDS, PhD, Stanford University
"Angiogenesis Gone Awry: Linking Skeletal and Vascular Defects in Indian Hedgehog Null Mice"

   
2/23/06
5 PM, LPCH Auditorium

The 5th Annual Evans Family Lecture in Pulmonary Medicine
Sponsored by the Vera Moulton Wall Center for Pulmonary vascular Disease
Translational Research Mini-Series
Kurt R Stenmark, MD, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
"Recent Insights into Pulmonary Vascular Remodeling: Opportunities for New Therapies"

   
3/2/06
Ricardo Dolmetsch, PhD, Stanford University
"Excitation-Transcription Coupling: Calcium Channel Signaling to the Nucleus"

   

3/9/06

Andrew J. Connolly, MD.,Stanford University
“ADAMTS18, a Novel Endothelial Serine Protease"
   
3/16/06,
5 PM, Falk Library
Translational Research Mini-Series
Shaun R. Coughlin MD, PhD.
, University of California, San Francisco
"Protease-Activated Receptors in Hemostasis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology"
   
3/23/06
Stephen J. Galli, MD, Stanford University
"Understanding the Roles of Mast Cells in Homeostasis, Host Defense and Disease"

   
3/30/06
Joseph C. Wu, MD, PhD, Stanford University
"Molecular Imaging of Cardiac Stem Cell Therapy"

   
4/27/06,
5 PM, LPCH Auditorium
Translational Research Mini-Series
Jonathan Seidman, PhD.
, Harvard University
"Protease-Activated Receptors in Hemostasis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology"
   

5/11/06

Garry P. Nolan, PhD, Stanford University
"The Deeper Correlations: Single Cell Measures of Kinase Signaling for Mechanistic and Clinical Analyses"
(Previously scheduled on June 1, 2006)
   
(5/18/06)
The talk by Dr Gary K. Owens, PhD, is rescheduled to October 2006
   
5/19/06 (Friday)
8 AM, LPCH Auditorium

The 6th Annual Dunlevie Family Lecture in Pulmonary Medicine
Sponsored by the Vera Moulton Wall Center for Pulmonary vascular Disease
Robyn J. Barst , MD, Columbia University, New York
"Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension in Children: Evaluation, Diagnosis and Treatment"

   
5/25/06,
4:30 PM, LPCH Auditorium
Translational Research Mini-Series
Nick W. Morrell, MD.
, University of Cambridge, UK
"The Role of BMPR2 Dysfunction in Pulmonary Vascular Remodeling"
   
   

 

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