Medical Pharmacology and Physiology seminars are held 12-1 p.m. Tuesdays.
For the Fall 2021 semester, seminars will be either in-person or via Zoom but not both.
In-person seminars will be held in Acuff Auditorium, MA217 Medical Science Building.
School of Medicine building access information – Seminar attendees from outside the School of Medicine may enter the SOM through doors marked “only staff and employees allowed.” For future in-person seminars, we plan to have someone at the Patient-Centered Care Learning Center (PCCLC) doors from 11:50am to 12:00pm, in order to assist those without SOM ID badge access into the building. If you have questions, please contact Lisa Putting.
Faculty and staff may request SOM access be added to their ID badges by filling out the Electronic Badge Reader Access Request Form. The specific doors to request access to are the SOM Atrium doors and/or the PCCLC doors. Processing takes 24-48 hours, older ID badges may not work.
Links to Zoom-only meetings will be added as they are set. If you do not see a link to a Zoom-only seminar you wish to attend, please contact Lisa Putting.
Fall 2021 Seminar Dates and Speakers
- Luis Polo-Parada, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology, University of Missouri
“The benefits and drawbacks of pulsed photo acoustics: a history under development.”
- No seminar scheduled
David D. Kline, PhD, Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Missouri
“Plasticity of brainstem circuits in cardiorespiratory health and disease”
Mark Melin, MD, FACS, RPVI, FACCWS, Medical Director Wound Healing Institute, M Health Fairview, Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota; Guest of Dr. Michael J. Davis
"Lymphatic dysfunction in wound clinic patients, genetics and connection to astronaut health"
Karyn Esser, PhD, Professor, Department of Physiology and Functional Genomics, Associate Program Director, Institute of Myology, University of Florida
Guest of Dr. Steven S. Segal, ZOOM-only
“Muscle clocks: why timing matters for muscle structure and function”
Siobhan Loughna, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham; Guest of Dr. Luis Polo-Parada, ZOOM-only
“Genetics of congenital heart defects”
Vance Lemmon, PhD, Walter G. Ross Distinguished Chair in Developmental Neuroscience, Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Miami; Guest of Dr. Luis Polo-Parada, ZOOM-only
“Using machine learning to identify targets and anti-targets for axon regeneration”
- NAVBO Meetings, Oct. 24-28, 2021– no seminar
Steven S. Segal, PhD, Curators Distinguished Professor, Department of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology, University of Missouri
“Crosstalk between angiogenesis and myogenesis during skeletal muscle regeneration”
Charles Norton, PhD, Assistant Research Professor, Department of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology, University of Missouri
“Mechanisms of protection from cell death during acute oxidative stress in cerebral arteries”
- AHA Scientific Sessions Nov. 13-15, 2021 - no seminar
- Thanksgiving recess – November 22 – 26, 2021
Douglas Millay, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati; Guest of Dr. Steven S. Segal, ZOOM-only
“Cell fusion and multinucleation in skeletal muscle”
Xiaorui Shi, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Otolaryngology, Oregon Health & Science University; Guest of Dr. Steven S. Segal, ZOOM-only
"Microvascular pathology in loud sound- and aging-induced hearing loss and vascular regeneration"