The Basic Biomedical Sciences Faculty Seminar Series is a weekly seminar series which provides opportunities for local, regional and national speakers from various biomedical disciplines to present their cutting-edge research. A discussion room will be available immediately following the seminar for additional questions.
Thursdays 12 p.m.-12:50 p.m.
Room 107, Lee Medical Building
October 19 -Graduate Faculty Meeting
October 26 - Joshua Reineke, Ph.D., South Dakota State University
Seminar Title: "Improved Models for Understanding and Translating Nanoparticle Therapies"
November 2 - Guangyu Wu, Ph.D., M.D., Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University
Seminar Title: "Controls of GPCR targeting to the functional destination"
November 9 - Joy Scaria, Ph.D., South Dakota State University
Seminar Title: "Mining the gut microbiota for antibiotic alternatives"
November 16 - Adam Hoppe, Ph.D., South Dakota State University
Seminar Title: "Fc-receptor dependent, antibody-mediated killing mechanisms interrogated by high-resolution microscopy and CRISPR-based screening strategies in macrophages"
November 30 -Xuejan Wang, M.D., Ph.D., University of South Dakota
Seminar Title: “The ubiquitin-proteasome system in cardiac pathogenesis: beyond the proteasome”
December 7 - Center for Teaching and Learning - University of South Dakota
January 11 - Bruce Cuevas, Ph.D., University of South Dakota
March 1 - Wenfeng An, Ph.D., South Dakota State University
April 5 - Jennifer Black, Ph.D., University of Nebraska Medical Center
April 26 - Chen Yan, Ph.D., University of Rochester Medical Center