Shuqun Yang, ITEHP Graduate Student in Pharmacology and Cancer Biology, will be giving a talk this upcoming Friday, October 11th. The topic is “Cell Cycle Regulated Phosphorylation of the Telomere-associated Protein TIN2″.
Lunch will be provided at Noon in LSRC A247. We hope to see you there!
Shuqun Yang, PhD Candidate
A few reminders:
NO SEMINAR NEXT WEEK (Oct 18)!
& Two upcoming ITEHP events require registration if you plan to attend:
- Oct 25: John Wise, Ph.D., University of Southern Maine
Of Whales and Men: Elucidating a Comprehensive Carcinogenic Mechanism for Chromium, a Global Environmental Pollutant
SEARLE CENTER LECTURE HALL, Friday, October 25 at noon (jointly sponsored by Duke Cancer Institute & ITEHP) REGISTER HERE
· Oct 31: Rapidly Emerging Nanomaterials: Insuring Human and Environmental Health (jointly sponsored by ITEHP, CEINT, and Duke’s SRC). You can find the agenda here and you may REGISTER HERE
Parking for non-Duke visitors is available most Fridays in the Bryan Center Parking Garage. Driving / walking directions to LSRC from parking garage are attached. We regret that parking cannot be guaranteed due to the high volume of events on campus. Bryan Center Parking Garage hang tag passes (cannot be used in hourly pay lot) are available from Eve Marion.
Jack Fowle, Ph.D., Science to Inform, EPA (retired), will be joining us this Friday, September 27th as a guest speaker for the ITEHP Fall Seminar Series. He will be presenting: “Integrating Tox 21 Tools to Help Determine Pathways of Toxicity Informing Regulatory Decisions”.
Lunch begins at Noon, with the talk lasting until 1:30PM in LSRC A247. Hope to see you there!
The ITEHP Seminar Series will be hosting John Wise, Ph.D., from University of Southern Maine on Friday, October 25th at Noon. He will be lecturing on “Mechanisms of Chromium Carcinogenesis: Insights from Human and Whale Cells”.
Lunch will be provided, but we are asking attendees to please register for this event so we can get a head count. To register, please fill out the following form. This lecture will be held in the Searle Center Lecture Hall. Here are driving and walking directions to Duke’s Searle Center, which is located within the Seeley G. Mudd building on the Duke West Campus.
Dr. John Wise from University of Southern Maine
Joining us as the third speaker of our Fall 2013 Seminar Series is Dr. Tom Guilarte from Columbia University. He will be presenting “Toxins and Genes: A New Perspective in Gene-Environment Interactions in Schizophrenia”.
Lunch with be provided at the seminar, which will be held this Friday, September 20th at Noon in LSRC A247. See you there!
Dr. Tomas Guilarte, Columbia University
Joining us as the second speaker of our Fall 2013 Seminar Series is Dr. Elena Braithwaite from NIEHS. She will be presenting “Metal-Regulatory Transcription Factor 1, Its Interacting Partners and Downstream Targets”.
Lunch with be provided at the seminar, which will be held this Friday, September 13th at Noon in LSRC A247. See you there!
Dr. Elena Braithwaite, NIEHS