Application of Protein Microarrays to Construct Networks and Pathways
Heng Zhu, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Monday, February 21, 2010
Mon-Li Chu, PhD
Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Biology
Thomas Jefferson University
“Collagen VI-related myopathies”
Physiology Conference Room, B400 Richards Building
Martin Hemberg (Harvard), "Probing the function of non-coding sequences in human and mouse using ChIP-seq and RNA-seq"
Dean’s Distinguished International Scholar
“Nursing in India with a Look to its Future”
Dean, College of Nursing and Community Health,
Christian Medical College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu
Monday, February 21, 2011
Room 213, Fagin Hall
5:00p – 6:30p
Reception to Follow
"Probing the function of non-coding sequences in human and mouse using ChIP-seq and RNA-seq"
252 Biomedical Research Building II/III
Stilling the Tremors: A Community-Based Participatory Research Intervention in Post-Earthquake Haiti
Dr. Toorjo “TJ” Ghose
Assistant Professor, Social Policy and Practice
University of Pennsylvania
This past fall TJ spent a month living in one of Haiti’s tent cities (encampments)
conducting exploratory ethnography and launching of the community based project in an encampment in Haiti.
Dr. Ghose will describe his observations.
Monday,February 21, 2011
Room 218, Claire M. Fagin Hall Auditorium
Wade Berrettini, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Center for Neurobiology and Behavior
"Mu Opioid Receptor Interacting Proteins
Main Conference Room, Treatment Research Center
3900 Chestnut Street
Duncan Johnstone, MD
Instructor of Medicine
McCurdy Conference Room, 1 Founders
Sleep Core Conference
Nalaka Gooneratne, MD
"How to Keep Insomnia from Becoming a Nightmare"
8 Maloney Conference Room
The new Penn Global Public Health Journal Club is an opportunity to critically evaluate and discuss a journal articles relevant to Global Health. We would like to invite you to join us in a discussion of neglected tropical diseases on Monday February 21st at 8pm in Anatomy-Chemistry 104. We will be discussing the article "Rescuing the bottom billion through control of neglected tropical diseases," which is attached and available at the following address:http://www.who.int/neglected_diseases/Bottom_billion_ntd_control.pdf
When: Monday February 21st, 8pmWhere: Anatomy-Chemistry Building, room 104Light refreshments will be provided. What is the Penn Global Health Journal Club? An opportunity for a group to critically evaluate and discuss a peer-reviewed journal article relevant to global health. Any student, faculty, alumni, staff, intern, fellow or resident interested in global health can attend or facilitate a journal club meeting. We hope that this group will be multidisciplinary in nature and promote networking of people interested in the topic.How does a journal club happen? The journal club consists of one more more facilitators who pick an article, and begin a discussion.Can I facilitate a journal club meeting? Absolutely! Please contact Jacob (email@example.com) if you are interested in facilitating or co-facilitating a global health journal club meeting.When will journal club held? Journal club is usually held once per month during an academic semester with the exception of summer. We will be meeting on the second or third monday of the month at 8pm.How can I get updates about meetings? Please contact Jacob (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be added to the Global Health Journal Club email distribution list.Cheers,