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.
||Tuesday, January 31st at noon
Hu Liu, PhD
Professor of Pharmacy, Memorial University of Newfoundland
"Health Benefits of Novel Omega-3 Lipids from Seal Oil"
Hosted by: Robert Ryan, PhD
||Tuesday, April 11th at noon
David Merriam, MS
Business Development Manager, Menarini Silicon Biosystems
"DEPArrayTM Digital Sorting to Resolve Heterogeneity on Low Input and Low Cellularity FFPE Tumors, Circulating Tumor Cells and Forensics"
Hosted by: Sandy Calloway, PhD
||Thursday, May 11th at noon
Graham Ogle, MD
General Manager, International Diabetes Federation
Life for a Child Program, Diabetes NSW, Sydney, Australia
"International Diabetes Federation Life for a Child Program – recent developments and research"
Hosted by: Janelle Noble, PhD
||Tuesday, August 8 at noon
Emily Ho, PhD
Professor & Endowed Director, Moore Family Center for
Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition & Preventive Health
College of Public Health & Human Sciences
Principal Investigator, Linus Pauling Institute
Oregon State University, Corvallis
"Diet, Epigenetics and Cancer Prevention"
Hosted by: Janet King, PhD
||Tuesday, September 5 at noon
Roland Stocker, PhD FAHMS FSAMS
Head, Vascular Biology Division, NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow, Conjoint Professor at UNSW
Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute
"Singlet Molecular Oxygen Regulates Vascular Tone and Blood Pressure in Inflammation"
Hosted by: Bruce Ames, Ph.D
Thursday, July 5, 2018 3:26 PM