Event Calendar

April 2018

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PLRC Seminar Series - Dr. Bryan Copple

PLRC Seminar Series - Dr. Bryan Copple

April 3, 2018 at 12:00pm

S123 BST

Bryan Copple, PhD
Associate Professor, Pharmacology and Toxicology
Michigan State University
 
"Regulation of Macrophage Activation in the Liver after Injury"
 
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit. #6242 Liver Center Seminars.
Pizza will be provided.
 
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For those viewing thru the webinar, please follow the directions below:
 
 
•         Please Register for the live Webinar ASAP
•         After registering, you will receive the confirmation email
•         You will be prompt to download the CitrixOnline application and install on your PC or Laptop
•         Please contact your local PC Support if you need help installing the application
•         Feel free to email Ishtiaque Ahmed (ahmedi@upmc.edu) if you have any questions
 
NOTE Webinar attendees -- use Telephone/Speakerphone and dial-in instead of using desktop/laptop speakers for better audio quality.
 
Telephone/Speakerphone Audio option is shown right at the Click to Join Webinar prompt.
 
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12:00pm
S123 BST
 
Liver Seminar - Dr. Stacey Huppert

Liver Seminar - Dr. Stacey Huppert

April 4, 2018 at 12:00pm

1104 Scaife Hall

Stacey S. Huppert, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Division of Gastro. Hepatology and Nutrition
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
 
"Building a Functional Biliary System from Hepatocytes"
 
Lunch will be provided.
12:00pm
1104 Scaife Hall
 
 
Liver Seminar - Drs. Alpini, Francis, and Meng

Liver Seminar - Drs. Alpini, Francis, and Meng

April 6, 2018 at 12:00pm

S120 BST

  

Pictured left to right: G. Alpini, H. Francis, F. Meng

Professor of Medical Physiology and Professor of Internal Medicine
Director of the Scott & White Digestive Disease Research Center
Texas A&M University
"The role of the secretin/secretin receptor axis in biliary and liver fibrosis in PSC, NAFLD and alcohol-induced biliary damage"
 
Associate Professor of Medicine
Texas A&M University
“Mast cells and the HDC/histamine axis regulate biliary damage and fibrosis during Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis & Cholangiocarcinoma”
 
Associate Professor
Research Scientist II 
Digestive Disease Research Center (DDRC)
Texas A&M University
"The role of extracellular vesicles mediated stemness during alcoholic liver injury"
 
Pizza will be provided.
12:00pm
S120 BST
 
 
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Chronic Liver Disease SIG - Dr. Miljkovic, Dr. Brown

Chronic Liver Disease SIG - Dr. Miljkovic, Dr. Brown

April 17, 2018 at 12:00pm

S123 BST

 

Pictured left to right: I. Miljkovic, B. Brown

Dr. Iva Miljkovic - Beyond visceral adiposity - are liver and skeletal muscle adiposity better markers for cardio-metabolic disease risk?
Dr. Bryan Brown - Macrophages and Regenerative Strategies

Pizza will be provided.


For those viewing thru the webinar, please follow the directions below:
 
 
Please Register for the live Webinar ASAP
After registering, you will receive the confirmation email
You will be prompt to download the CitrixOnline application and install on your PC or Laptop
Please contact your local PC Support if you need help installing the application
Feel free to email Ishtiaque Ahmed (ahmedi@upmc.edu) if you have any questions
 
NOTE Webinar attendees -- use Telephone/Speakerphone and dial-in instead of using desktop/laptop speakers for better audio quality.
 
Telephone/Speakerphone Audio option is shown right at the Click to Join Webinar prompt.


 

 

12:00pm
S123 BST
 
Liver Seminar - Dr. Bishr Omary

Liver Seminar - Dr. Bishr Omary

April 18, 2018 at 12:00pm

1104 Scaife Hall

Bishr Omary, M.D., Ph.D
Professor of Medicine and Integrative Physiology and Internal Medicine
University of Michigan School of Medicine
 
"Intermediate Filament Cytoskeleton of Digestive Organs: Disease and Therapeutic Perspectives"
 

 

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