BBDC Seminar Series
In Conjunction With City-Wide Endocrine Rounds
8:00 – 9:00 A.M.
Mount Sinai Hospital, Lebovic Building
60 Murray Street, 3rd Floor Conference Room
The BBDC will be hosting the following seminars at City-wide Endocrine Rounds. Faculty wishing to meet with any of the visiting speakers should contact Sanam Tajadod at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Friday, October 27, 2017||Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease as a Nexus of Metabolic and Hepatic Diseases
Gerald Shulman, MD, PhD, FACP, MACE
George R. Cowgill Professor fo Medicine and Cellular & Molecular Physiology
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Yale University School of Medicine
|Friday, December 1, 2017||Frontiers of human pancreas biology and genetics: implications for diabetes and cancer
Seung K. Kim, MD, PhD
Professor, Department of Developmental Biology and (by courtesy)
Department of Medicine (Divisions of Oncology and Endocrinology)
Director, Stanford Diabetes Research Center
|Friday, January 19, 2018||Thermogenic Fat Metabolism in Mice and Humans
Yu-Hua Tseng, PhD
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Senior Investigator, Joslin Diabetes Center
|Friday, March 23, 2018||Chemical Approaches to Metabolic Disorders
Pere Puigserver, PhD
Professor of Cell Biology
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Harvard Medical School
Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows will also have the opportunity to meet with visiting speakers in informal group meetings specifically for trainees to discuss research and career-related topics. Attendance is open to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows whose supervisor is a member of the BBDC. The meetings will be held in the BBDC conference room. An invitation to meet with the speakers will be emailed to BBDC trainees (and their supervisors) approximately six weeks prior to each speaker’s visit, and registrations will be accepted at that time.
Please see the Faculty of Medicine Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism website for the City-Wide Endocrine Rounds Schedule.
If your organization wishes to support our seminar series, please contact:
Phone: (416) 978-3498