Seminars and Events
The Department of Pharmacology hosts a weekly Seminar Series and the Annual Totman Trustees Visit. In November, the Department spends two days in Stowe, Vermont for its Annual Pharmacology Retreat.
2016 Spring Seminars
Seminars are presented during the academic year on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in Health Science Research Center 300 unless otherwise noted. For more information, contact Pharmacology at (802) 656-2500 or email Series Coordinator, email@example.com.
Matthew Weston, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Neurological Sciencs, University of Vermont
"Altered synaptic and microcircuit function in genetic models of mTOR hyperactivation"
|January 28||Mary Dunlop, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, University of Vermont||
"Transient antibiotic resistance in single cells"
|February 4||John A. MacKay, Ph.D., Senior Director, Strategic Technology, Waters Corporation, Milford, MA||
"A Walk in the "Woulds" on the Cannabis Trail: Rediscovering Pharmacognosy Without the Bare Necessities"
|February 18 MedEd 300||Pritesh Kumar, Ph.D., CEO of PhytoSciences||
"Cannabis: From Exile to Potential Therapeutic?"
|April 21||Arthur Karlin, Ph.D., Higgins Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics, Physiology & CellularBiophysics, and Neurology, Columbia University Medical Center||
"Guided or misguided? Kinetic modeling of an arterial smooth muscle cell."
|April 28||Donald Gill, Ph.D., Chair of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Penn State College of Medicine||
“Understanding the STIM-Orai coupling interface”
|June 9||Steven S. Segal, Ph.D., Margaret Proctor Mulligan Professor in Medical Research, University of Missouri||
"Complementary Roles for Channels, Gaps and Holes in Vasomotor Control"
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