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Discovery Science Grand Rounds Archive

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2012

Charles Nemeroff, M.D., Leonard Miller Professor and Chairman of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Director of the Center on Aging, presented “The Neurobiology of Child Abuse: Treatment Implications, ” on Feb. 9, 2012.

Watch Dr. Nemeroff’s Grand Rounds, “The Neurobiology of Child Abuse: Treatment Implications.” »

2011

Alberto Pugliese, M.D., professor of medicine and microbiology and immunology, presented “Disease Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets in the Type 1 Diabetes Spectrum,” on Dec. 8, 2011

Watch Dr. Pugliese’s Grand Rounds, “Disease Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets in the Type 1 Diabetes Spectrum.”

Gerhard Dahl, M.D., professor of physiology and biophysics, presented “Pannexin: From Discovery to Bedside in 10 ± 4 Years?” at the Discovery Science Grand Rounds on Nov. 10, 2011

Watch Dr. Dahl’s Grand Rounds, “Pannexin: From Discovery to Bedside in 10 ± 4 Years?” »

Vance Lemmon, Ph.D., professor of neurological surgery, presented “High Throughput Phenotyping in an Academic Lab: From Images to Networks,” at the Discovery Science Grand Rounds on Oct. 13, 2011

Watch Dr. Lemmon’s Grand Rounds, “High Throughput Phenotyping in an Academic Lab: From Images to Networks.” »

Thomas Malek, Ph.D., professor of microbiology and immunology, presented “Interleukin-2 Receptor Signaling: At the Interface Between Tolerance and Immunity,” at the Discovery Grand Rounds on September 8, 2011

Watch Dr. Malek’s Grand Rounds, “Interleukin-2 Receptor Signaling: At the Interface Between Tolerance and Immunity.”

Maria Abreu, M.D., professor of medicine, presented “Can TLR4 Antagonists Be Used to Treat Inflammatory Bowel Disease?” at the Discovery Grand Rounds on June 9, 2011

Watch Dr. Abreu’s Grand Rounds, “Can TLR4 Antagonists Be Used to Treat Inflammatory Bowel Disease?” »

Kerry Burnstein, Ph.D., professor of molecular and cellular pharmacology, presented “Targeting Steroid Hormone-Regulated Pathways in Prostate Cancer,” at the Discovery Grand Rounds on May 12, 2011

Watch Dr. Burnstein’s Grand Rounds, “Targeting Steroid Hormone-Regulated Pathways in Prostate Cancer.” »

Jochen Reiser, M.D., Ph.D., professor of medicine and cell biology and anatomy, presented “Novel Perspectives on the Molecular Regulation of the Kidney Filtration Barrier,” at the Discovery Grand Rounds on April 14, 2011

Watch Dr. Reiser’s Grand Rounds, “Novel Perspectives on the Molecular Regulation of the Kidney Filtration Barrier.” »

Carlos Moraes, Ph.D., professor of neurology, presented “Mitochondrial Metabolism and Aging: The More the Merrier,” at the Discovery Grand Rounds on March 10, 2011

Watch Dr. Moraes’ Grand Rounds, “Mitochondrial Metabolism and Aging: The More the Merrier.” »

Eli Gilboa, Ph.D., Dodson Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, presented “Converting Disseminated Tumor Lesions Into ‘Immunological Pathogens,’” at the Discovery Science Grand Rounds on Feb. 10, 2011

Watch Dr. Gilboa’s Grand Rounds, “Converting Disseminated Tumor Lesions Into ‘Immunological Pathogens.’ “ »

Richard L. Rotundo, Ph.D., professor of cell biology and anatomy and neuroscience, presented the inaugural Grand Rounds titled “Changing the Fate of Protein Folding In Vivo,” on Jan. 13, 2011

Watch Dr. Rotundo’s Grand Rounds, “Changing the Fate of Protein Folding in Vivo.” »