Please join us for the Summer Science Seminar Series in collaboration with Julianne Mason in DBBS.
Starting on June 7 and running through July 19, we’ll host six Wednesday seminars in Connor Auditorium from noon to 1 pm (with food) for all summer undergraduates in your programs.
Briefly, three seminars will focus on scientific research; for each of these seminars (June 7, 14, and 28), three faculty members will give short, 15-minute, big-picture talks about their research. On June 21, we will host a career panel at which three scientists will give personal reflections about their career path, and we’ll wrap-up the series with talks on what to expect and how to succeed along the MD/MD-PhD (July 12) and the PhD paths (July 19).
This week speakers:
|Tracey Hermanstyne- Let’s get fired up: K+ channel regulation of neuronal firing activity|
|Alex Holehouse- The emerging field of intrinsically disordered proteins|
|Christina Stallings- M. tuberculosis: The world’s deadliest infectious disease|
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all Washington University School of Medicine sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to participate in this event at least one week before the event, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Washington University School of Medicine Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in advance at 314-273-2809 or MedDEI@wustl.edu