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Laura Hertel, Ph.D.
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Research Seminar Program at CHORI

As part of our commitment to education, CHORI established the Weekly Seminars, an opportunity for educational enrichment for CHORI’s principal investigators, the scientific community, and the public at large.

Seminars are held in CHORI’s charming "Little Theatre," which has been restored to its original state, circa 1923, and provides an historic setting with state-of-the-art digital equipment for national and international leaders in all areas of scientific research to present their newest ideas and explorations.

Free and open to the public, the Seminars occur every Tuesday in the
Little Theatre in Room 2319 at 12:00pm unless otherwise noted.


June 2019 Calendar
Thursday, June 13 at 1 pm
Dr. Graham Ogle, MBBS FRACP
General Manager, IDF Life for a Child Program, Adjunct Professor, University of Sydney, Australia
"Life for a Child"
Hosted by:
Janelle Noble, PhD
Tuesday, June 18 at noon
Elizabeth Baranowski, MB, ChB MRCPCH
Clinical Research Fellow, Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research (IMSR), University of Birmingham, UK, and Centre for Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, (CEDAM), Birmingham Health Partners, Birmingham, UK

"Steroidogenic Causes of Disorders of Sexual Differentiation; Diagnosis by Mass Spectrometric Metabolomics"
Hosted by:
Cedric Shackleton, PhD DSc
Tuesday, June 25 at noon
Samuel Phillips
PhD Candidate, Sunshine Coast University, Australia
"Antibiotic Treatment of Chlamydia-induced Cystitis in the Koala is Linked to Expression of Key Inflammatory Genes in Reactive Oxygen Pathways"
Hosted by:
Deborah Dean, MD MPH

Revised: Thursday, September 5, 2019 1:36 PM

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